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Bishopsworth

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Bishopsworth is the name of both a council ward of the city of Bristol in the United Kingdom, and a suburb of the city which lies within that ward.

As well as the suburb of Bishopsworth, the ward contains the areas of Bedminster Down, Highridge and Withywood.

Bishopsworth

Bishopsworth is a largely residential suburb in south Bristol, England, which was formerly a civil parish.

The name may originally have been Bishport.

In 1928 the parish of Bedminster Down was created from the north of Bishopsworth in response to the development of the area. The parishes of Hartcliffe and Withywood were separated off more recently.

Bishopsworth has an estimated population of 11,444 people 2001 Census. Its municipal services are run by Bristol City Councilwhilst its local health services are managed by the Bristol South and West Primary Care Trust.

Local facilities include shops and pubs, a public library and swimming pool.

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