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Codrington, South Gloucestershire

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Codrington, South Gloucestershire

Codrington is a settlement in South Gloucestershire, England. It is located near Junction 18 of the M4 motorway south of Wapley and Yate.

Codrington is a hamlet situated alongside the B4465 road. It is in the Parish of Wapley-cum-Codrington in the hundred of Grumbald's Ash. It had one pub the Wishing Well, which was formerly the Codrington Arms that was linked to the Codrington Family who used to be based at Codrington Court before moving to nearby Dodington Park. The area also has a Baptist church in Wapley Road. Now the area is best known for its golf course on the outskirts called The Players Club. The hamlet is mentioned in Lemon Jelly's "Ramblin' Man".

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