Bradford-on-Avon is a town in west Wiltshire with a population of about 10000 people. The town’s many historic ___BUILDINGS___, shops, pubs and restaurants make it popular with tourists. A ___VISITOR___ can trace the history of the town back to the Roman times. However, the town grew due to the woolen textile industry, which still serves the local farming ___COMMUNITY___. The ancient bridge in the centre of the town is its ___NATURAL___ focus and still has two of its 13th century arches. On the bridge there stands a town lockup which was ___ORIGINALLY___ a chapel. At first the town may seem ___UNIMPORTANT___, but it was the centre of English textiles up to the Industrial Revolution.