Somerset town Bridgwater is located to the north of the county, between the Mendip and Quantock hills. It's conveniently close to the M5 and is also on the main Taunton - Bristol railway line, making it a popular place to live.
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A major industrial centre in Victorian times, Bridgwater's central location for the south-west means that it retains its popularity as a location for industry and transport businesses today. It's also a popular residential area, with a population of over 35,000 people. Bridgwater is a fairly old town - a settlement has been established on the site for more than 1000 years and the town was granted the royal charter as a borough back in 1200.
Through its history, Bridgwater has been a major centre of a number of industries - including textiles and brick and tile production. The town was also a major regional port until the growth of Bristol in the 18th century, exporting a wide range of produce to Europe. The wide variety of museums and places to visit in the town reflect this heritage and there also a number of gardens, churches and other historic monuments worthy of note. A stroll along the banks of the River Parrett is also worthwhile - Bridgwater's former industrial docklands have now largely been converted into housing and a marina.
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