Tredworth

Tredworth: Shoes with a very large sole as used by teddy boys.

Tuffley: One of those men who go out every Friday and Saturday night in a white tight t shirt and jeans, no coat, whatever the weather. The female version wears very high heels and a ‘dress’ that grips in certain areas and makes her body wobble like a Mexican wave. Perpetual motion.

Tunley: Moody. Uncooperative and sullen like a 14 year old.

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A Guide to Gloucestershire Place Names and their True Meaning.

This is another in the series from my considered in depth research into this esoteric subject.

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Tredworth is an area of the City of Gloucester, as is Tuffley. Tunley is a tiny barely visible place between Stroud and Cirencester with mysterious woods and lovely vistas.


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