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Wales     Icon Icon Icon Icon Icon
See also: Wells, Whales, Welsh Wales, Whelks → Natural Resources: Sheep, coal, singing
Wales is an island situated in the Severn Sea that comprises one of the eight Isles Of England (or 'Pieces Of Eight'). Wales is a region of England that is roughly the same size as the area of Amazon rainforest that was felled yesterday, and is owned by Prince Charles and Princess Camilla. The leader of Wales is Tom Jones and the regional capital is Newport.

Wansdyke (The)     Icon Icon Icon
See also: Hadrians Wall, Great Wall of China, Paul Weller → Cost of construction: 78 groats
The Wansdyke is an ancient earth bank and ditch combination that runs from Dundry to Paris. It was constructed in the 5th century by local villagers in honour of Wansdyke District Council after their stunning victory over the Roman Empire on a planning technicality in connection with Roman plans to build a new villa over Keynsham By-Pass. Nowadays the Wansdyke is used as a landfill site. It has a Gap at Publow.

Wedding Dress Lady (The)     Icon Icon Icon Icon
See also: The clock tower preacher, the phantom groom → Annual dry cleaning bill: 760
The Wedding Dress Lady is a Human female who roams the streets of Keynsham wearing a wedding dress, usually whilst carrying a tambourine. Although The Wedding Dress Lady causes a lot of sideways glances, most people who see her are probably thinking 'fair play love, whatever lights your candle...'

Wellsway (The)     Icon Icon Icon
See also: stunning views, inside loos, no doggy do's → Property Desirability Factor: Very High
The Wellsway is a roomy residential road in Keynsham which forms the western fringe of the affluent Chandag Region, and is officially the poshest street in town. The Wellsway ends at The Man With Two Heads in the Marksburyshire area.

Wellsway Liberation Front     Icon Icon Icon Icon Icon Icon Icon Icon Icon
See also: Royalty, the war on terror, trevor cherry → Active members: 3.25
The Wellsway Liberation Front (WLF) was a semi-radical passive extremist group, which was formed in 2001 and fronted by Tarquin Llewellyn-Bowen. The organisation disbanded after successfully campaigning for the autonomy of the Chandag Region of Keynsham. The WLF claimed responsibility for several acts of semi-violence in the Keynsham region, including the burning waste paper basket incident at the Town Hall in 2003 and the Great Flood™.

Wingrove Pub (The)     Icon Icon Icon Icon Icon Icon Icon Icon Icon
See also: Wingrove Hotel, scratch and win, who dares wins → Number of windows: 0.75
The Wingrove Pub is a term used to describe a quiet pub shaped like a house in the Upper Queens borough of Keynsham.

William Bloke     Icon Icon Icon Icon Icon
See also: bloke about town, billy bragg, gashead, runner → Age: old enough to know better
William Bloke is a social activist known for many reasons, but not tact. If he were to be frozen in liquid Nitrogen and snapped in half, you'd find the word Keynsham running right through him like a stick of Weston rock. William's lifelong love of the town has seen his involvement in local politics and sport, while he has his own beer mug in most of the town's drinking houses. Mr Bloke contributed his hearty opinions to the final 2 episodes in Season 1 of Could 'Dis Be Cane Shum. He has since migrated overseas.

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