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Barwell Football Club is a football club based in Barwell, near Hinckley in Leicestershire. They are currently members of the Southern League Premier Division Central and play at Kirkby Road.
Barwell Athletic F.C. was an English association football club based in Barwell, England.
Barwell is a civil parish and large village in Leicestershire, England, with a population of around 8,750 people, Increasing to 9,022 at the 2011 census, the name literally translates as "Stream of the Boar" and is said to originate from a boar that used to drink from the well near a brook in Barwell. It was originally known as Borewell, but later became "Barwell", the name in use today.
Sir Henry Newman Barwell KCMG was the 28th Premier of South Australia.
William Barwell was an administrator of the English East India Company.
Barwell is a surname, and may refer to: Gavin Barwell , British Conservative Party politician Henry Barwell (1877–1959), 28th Premier of South Australia Len Barwell, New Zealand football player Phillip R. Barwell, DFC, Group Captain Officer No.
Richard Barwell was an early trader with the East India Company and amassed one of the largest fortunes in early British India. Barwell was the son of William Barwell, governor of Bengal in 1748, and afterwards a director of the East India Company and Sheriff of Surrey in 1768.
Barwell was a merchantman launched in 1782. She made six voyages for the East India Company .
Barwell is a small locality in the London Borough of Kingston upon Thames, located between Chessington and Claygate and historically in the county of Surrey. It was traditionally farmland, its name likely alluding the barley that was grown in the area.
Barwell Conservation Park is a protected area in the Australian state of South Australia located on Eyre Peninsula in the gazetted localities of Palkagee and Polda about 140 kilometres north of Port Lincoln and about 15 kilometres (9.3 mi) west of Lock.The conservation park occupies a parcel of land located on the boundaries of the hundreds of the Barwell and McIntosh to the immediate west of the Tod Highway and the immediate north of the Birdseye Highway.The conservation park was proclaimed on 31 March 1988 under the state’s National Parks and Wildlife Act 1972 (NPW Act) in respect to the following parcel of land located at the northern end of the Hundred of Barwell - Section 30. It was “proclaimed to conserve a large block of remnant mallee vegetation on the Eyre Peninsula.” On 22 March 2007, the Barwell Conservation Reserve which occupied the crown land to the immediate north in the Hundred of McIntosh was added to the conservation park.
The Barwell's Football team activities page. Related with social media posts of Barwell's games and scheduled events. Match records planned for future dates as well as home and away matches. Plan a trip and experience the excitement of the match on the spot!