List of twin towns and sister cities in England

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Twin towns of Glastonbury
Administrative divisions of England

This is a list of places in England which have standing links to local communities in other countries known as "town twinning" (usually in Europe) or "sister cities" (usually in the rest of the world).

A[edit]

Abingdon-on-Thames[1]

Adur[2]

Alnwick[3]

Alton[4]

Alveston[5]

Amber Valley[6][7]

Amersham[8]

Andover[9]

Ashby-de-la-Zouch[10][11]

Ashford[12]

Ashington[13]

Ashton-under-Lyne[14]

Aylesbury[15]

B[edit]

Ba[edit]

Baldock[16]

Banbury[17]

Bardsey cum Rigton[18]

Barking and Dagenham[19]

Barnet[20]

Barnsley[21]

Barnstaple[22]

Barrow upon Soar[23]

Basildon[24]

Basingstoke and Deane[25]

Bassetlaw[26]

Bath[27]

Batheaston[28]

Bathford[28]

Battle[29]

Be–Bo[edit]

Beaminster[30]

Beccles[31]

Bedford[32]

Belper[33]

Beverley[34]

Bewdley[35]

Bexley[36]

Biddulph[37]

Bideford[38]

Biggleswade[39]

Bilbrook[40]

Billericay[24]

Birchington[41]

Birmingham[42]

Birstall[23]

Blackburn[44][45]

Blackpool

Blyth[48]

Bodmin[49]

Bognor Regis[50]

Bolton[51]

Bournemouth[52]

Br[edit]

Brackley[53]

Bracknell[54]

Bradford[55]

Bradley Stoke[5]

Brampton[57]

Brent[36]

Brentwood[58]

Bridgnorth[59]

Bridgwater[60]

Bridlington[61]

Bridport[62]

Brighouse[63]

Bristol[64]

Broadstairs and St Peter's[65]

Bromley[66]

Bromsgrove[67]

Bromyard[68]

Broxtowe[69]

Brundall[70]

Bu[edit]

Buckingham[71]

Bude-Stratton[72]

Buntingford[73]

Burgess Hill[74]

Burham[75]

Burnley[76]

Burton Latimer[77]

Burton upon Trent

Bury[80]

Bury St Edmunds[81]

Buxton[82]

C[edit]

Ca[edit]

Calderdale[63]

Callington[83]

Calne[84]

Calstock[72]

Camborne[72]

Cambridge[85]

Cannock Chase[86]

Canterbury[87][88]

Carlisle[89]

Cawsand[72]

Ch[edit]

Chard[90]

Cheddar[91]

Chelmsford[19]

Cheltenham[92]

Chesham[93]

Chester[94]

Chesterfield[95]

Chichester[96]

Chipping Sodbury[97]

Christchurch[98]

Ci–Cr[edit]

Cirencester[99]

Cleethorpes[100]

Clevedon[101]

Coalville[102]

Cockermouth[57]

Codsall[40]

Colchester[103][104]

Coleshill[105]

Colney Heath[106]

Congleton[107]

Coniston[57]

Constantine[72]

Corby[108][109]

Corsham[110]

Coventry[111]

Crawley[112]

Crewe[113]

Crowborough[29]

Croydon[36]

D[edit]

Dacorum[114]

Dalton-in-Furness[57]

Darley Dale[115]

Darlington[116]

Dartford[117]

Denton[120]

Derby[121]

Derbyshire[122]

Desborough is a member of the Charter of European Rural Communities, a town twinning association across the European Union.[123] Desborough also has one other twin town.[77]

Charter of European Rural Communities

Other

Devizes[124]

Didcot[125]

Ditton[75]

Doncaster

Dorchester[129]

Dover[130]

Drayton[125]

Droitwich Spa[131]

Dronfield[132]

Droylsden[14]

Dukinfield[14]

Dunstable[133]

Durham[134]

Dursley[135]

E[edit]

Ealing[136]

East Bergholt[137]

East Cambridgeshire[138]

East Grinstead[139]

East Hendred[125]

East Hoathly with Halland[29]

East Sussex[29]

Eastleigh[140]

Eastwood[141]

Edenbridge[142]

Elland[63]

Ellesmere Port[143]

Elstree and Borehamwood[144]

Ely[145]

Enfield[146]

Epsom and Ewell[147]

Evesham[148]

Exeter[149]

Eye[150]

F[edit]

Falmouth[151]

Fareham[152]

Faringdon[153]

Farnham[154]

Faversham[155]

Felixstowe[156]

Fenland[157]

Feock[72]

Filton[158]

Folkestone[159][160]

Fordingbridge[161]

Forest Row[29]

Frome[162]

G[edit]

Gateshead[163]

Glastonbury[164]

Glossop[165]

Gloucester[166]

Godalming[167]

Godmanchester[168]

Grantham[169]

Gravesham[170]

Great Shelford[171]

Great Yarmouth[172]

Greenwich[173]

Grendon[174]

Grove[125]

Guildford[175]

H[edit]

Ha[edit]

Hackney[176][177]

Hadleigh[178]

Hailsham[179]

Halesworth[180]

Halifax[63]

Halton[181]

Hammersmith and Fulham[182]

Haringey[183]

Harlow[184]

Harpenden[106]

Harrogate[185]

Harrow[36]

Hartlepool[186]

Hastings[187]

Hatfield[188]

Havant[189]

Haverhill[190]

Havering[191]

Haworth[192]

Haywards Heath[193]

He[edit]

Heathfield and Waldron[29]

Hebden Royd[194]

Helston[72]

Henley-on-Thames[195]

Hereford[196][197]

Herne Bay[198]

Hertford[199]

Hessle[200]

Hi–Hy[edit]

High Wycombe[201]

Higham Ferrers[202]

Hillingdon[203]

Hinckley[204]

Hitchin[205]

Horndean[206]

Horsham[207]

Hounslow[208]

Huntingdon[168]

Hurst Green[29]

Hythe[209]

I[edit]

Ilkeston[210]

Ilkley[211]

Ipswich[212]

Irchester[174]

Isle of Portland[213]

Isle of Wight[214]

K[edit]

Kegworth[215]

Keighley[216]

Kendal[217]

Kenilworth[218]

Kensington and Chelsea[36]

Kenton[219]

Kettering[77]

Keynsham[28]

Kidderminster[220]

Kidsgrove[221]

Kingsbridge[222]

Kingston upon Hull[223]

Kingston upon Thames[224]

Kington[225]

King's Lynn[226]

Kirkby-in-Ashfield[227]

Kirklees[228]

Knowsley[229]

Knutsford[230]

L[edit]

La–Le[edit]

Lambeth

Lancaster[233]

Launceston[72]

Ledbury[234]

Leeds[235]

Leek[236]

Leicester[237]

Leighton–Linslade[238]

Leominster[239]

Letchworth Garden City[240]

Lewes[241]

Lewisham[242]

Li[edit]

Lichfield[243]

Lincoln[244]

Liskeard[72]

Little Shelford[171]

Littlehampton[245]

Littlethorpe[246]

Liverpool[247]

Lizard[72]

Lo–Ly[edit]

London[248]

Long Eaton[210]

Longdendale[14]

Looe[72]

Lostwithiel[249]

Loughborough[23]

Lowestoft[250]

Ludlow[251]

Luton[252]

Lyme Regis[253]

Lymington[254]

Lytham St Annes[255]

M[edit]

Mabe[72]

Maldon[256]

Malvern[257]

Manchester[80]

Mansfield[258]

March[259]

Margate[260]

Marlow[261]

Matlock[262]

Medway[263]

Merton[264]

Middlesbrough[265]

Midsomer Norton[28]

Mildenhall[266]

Minehead[267]

Mossley[14]

Much Wenlock[268]

N[edit]

Nantwich[113]

Narborough[246]

Newark-on-Trent[269]

Newbiggin by the Sea[270]

Newburgh[271]

Newbury[272]

Newcastle upon Tyne[273]

Newham[36]

Newhaven[29]

Newick[29]

Newmarket[274][275]

Newquay[72]

Newton Abbot[276]

North East Derbyshire[277]

North Tyneside[278][279]

Northampton[280]

Northiam[29]

Norwich[281]

Nottingham[282]

Nuneaton and Bedworth[283]

O[edit]

Oadby and Wigston[284]

Oakham[285]

Oldham[286]

Olveston[5]

Oswestry[287]

Oxford[288]

P[edit]

Patchway[5]

Peacehaven[29]

Pendle[289]

Penistone[290]

Penrith[291]

Penryn[72]

Penzance[292]

Peterborough[293]

Peterlee[294]

Petersfield[295]

Plymouth[296]

Polegate[29]

Poole[297]

Porthleven[72]

Portishead[267]

Portsmouth[298]

Potters Bar[299]

Poynton[300]

Preston[301]

Pucklechurch[5]

R[edit]

Radcliffe-on-Trent[227]

Ramsgate[302]

Reading[303]

Redcar and Cleveland[304]

Redditch[305]

Redruth[306]

Reigate and Banstead[307]

Richmond upon Thames[308]

Ringwood[309]

Rochdale[310]

Romsey[311]

Rossendale[312]

Rotherfield[29]

Rotherham

Rothwell[77]

Royal Leamington Spa[317]

Royal Tunbridge Wells[318]

Rugby[319]

Runnymede[320]

Rushmoor[321]

Rustington[322]

Rye[29]

  • Rye, United States

S[edit]

Sa–Se[edit]

Salford[323]

Salisbury[324]

Saltash[72]

Sandwell[325]

Sandwich[326]

Sawtry[327]

Scarborough[328]

Scunthorpe[329]

Seaford[29]

Seaham[330]

Sedbergh[331]

Sefton[332]

Selby[333]

Sevenoaks[334]

Sh–Sn[edit]

Shaftesbury[335]

Sheffield

Shepshed[23]

Shepton Mallet[342]

Sherborne is a member of the Douzelage, a town twinning association of towns across the European Union, alongside with:[343]

Sheringham[344]

Shrivenham[125]

Silkstone[345]

Skegness[346]

Sleaford[347]

Snodland[75]

So–Sp[edit]

Solihull[348][349]

Somerton[350]

South Ribble[351]

South Tyneside

Southampton[355]

Southend-on-Sea[356]

Southwark[357][36]

Spalding[358]

Spelthorne[359]

St[edit]

St Albans[106]

St Buryan[72]

St Erth[72]

St Germans[360]

St Helens[361]

St Ives, Cambridgeshire[362]

St Ives, Cornwall[363]

St Just in Penwith[364]

St Neot[72]

St Neots[365]

Stafford[366]

Stalybridge[14]

Stamford[367]

Stapleford[368]

Stevenage[369]

Stithians[72]

Stockport[370]

Stockton-on-Tees[371]

Stoke-on-Trent

Stourport-on-Severn[374]

Stowmarket[375]

Stratford-upon-Avon[376]

Street[267]

Su–Sy[edit]

Sudbury[377]

Sunderland[378]

Surrey Heath[379]

Sutton[36]

Swaffham[380]

Swainswick[28]

Swindon[381]

Syston[23]

T[edit]

Tameside[14]

Tamworth[382][383]

Tarporley[384]

Taunton[267]

Tavistock[385]

Tenterden[386]

Tendring[387]

Thame[388]

Thetford[389][390]

Thurmaston[23]

Thurrock

Tiverton[393]

Todmorden[63]

Tonbridge and Malling[75]

Torbay[394]

Torpoint[395]

Totnes[396]

Tower Hamlets[397]

Trowbridge[398]

Truro[399]

Twyford[400]

U[edit]

Uckfield[29]

Ulverston[57]

Upchurch[401]

Uppingham[402]

V[edit]

Vale of White Horse[1]

Verwood[403]

W[edit]

Wa[edit]

Wadebridge[72]

Wadhurst[29]

Wakefield[404][405]

Wallingford[406]

Walsall[325]

Waltham Forest[407]

Wantage[125]

Ware[408]

Warminster[409]

Warrington[410]

Warwick[411]

Waterlooville[412]

Watford[413]

We–Wh[edit]

Wellingborough[174]

Wellington, Shropshire[414]

Wellington, Somerset[415]

Wells[416]

Welton[417]

West Hendred[125]

West Lancashire[418]

Westerham[419]

Weston-super-Mare[420]

Weymouth[213]

Whaley Bridge[421]

Whitby[422]

Whitstable[423]

Whitworth[312]

Wi–Wo[edit]

Wigan[424]

Wilbarston[77]

Willenhall[325]

Wimborne Minster[425]

Wincanton[267]

Winchester

Windermere[57]

Windsor and Maidenhead[429]

Winsford[430]

Winster[431]

Wirksworth[432]

Wirral[433]

Wisbech[436]

Witney[437]

Woking[438]

Wokingham[439]

Worcester[440]

Workington[57]

Worthing[2]

Y[edit]

Yarm[371]

Yate[441]

Yeovil[442]

York[443]

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