Welwyn

Welwyn ( /ˈwɛlɪn/) is a village and civil parish in Hertfordshire, England. The parish also includes the villages of Digswell and Oaklands. It is sometimes called Old Welwyn to distinguish it from the newer settlement of Welwyn Garden City, about a mile to the south.

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Autoglym - History
... had its manufacturing base in Digswell, trading as Welwyn Plastics ... Welwyn Plastics used to produce other liquid products for various other industries, before deciding to concentrate solely on the production of ... The sales and administration centre was in Welwyn Garden City trading as Autoglym ...
A1000 Road
... from Highgate, North London for approximately 20 miles (32 km) to Welwyn where it joins the A1(M) motorway ... It finally runs through Welwyn Garden City before reaching Welwyn ...
Digswell
... much of the old Parish of Digswell and further acquisitions nearby, was built Welwyn Garden City ... an essentially 20th century residential area centred around Welwyn North railway station, on the northern outskirts of the original Parish, but the Church of St John the Evangelist (13th century, much ... Interest.(5) Much of Digswell is now part of the borough of Welwyn and Hatfield ...
Welwyn - Local Points of Interest
... who visited his sister (having walked from London) while she was staying in Welwyn ... On the outskirts of Welwyn are the remains of a 3rd century Roman bath-house, which was once part of the Dicket Mead villa. 1960s and subsequently excavated by him and a team of archaeologists and volunteers from Welwyn Archaeological Society ...
Welwyn North Railway Station - Services
... Baldock Arlesey Letchworth Gdn City Hitchin Stevenage Knebworth Watton-at-Stone Welwyn North Hertford North Welwyn Gdn City Bayford Hatfield Cuffley ...