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In 2015 the headquarters of the 25 enforcers were described as the Magna Carta Baron Towns, even though some were not towns.
Most of these places are in the north and east of England, but include the small village of Curry Mallet in Somerset, also in the West of England.
This commemorates his presence at Runnymede and his role as one of the enforcers of the Charter.
In 2015, the 800th anniversary of Magna Carta, a copy of the statue, from the now closed Westgate Tower Museum in Canterbury, was loaned to Trowbridge Museum where it is now on display.
It had over 20 woollen cloth producing factories, making it comparable to Northern industrial towns such as Rochdale.
The woollen cloth industry declined in the late 19th century with the advent of ring-spinning and this decline continued throughout the 20th century.
The last mill, Salter's Home Mill, closed in 1982 and is now the home of Boswell's Café and Trowbridge Museum and Art Gallery, integrated into the Shires Shopping Centre.
Its feudal lord was an Anglo-Saxon named Brictric who was the largest landowner in Wiltshire.
He seems to have administered his estates from Trowbridge.
Trowbridge likewise staked a claim to this description, but it was not the headquarters of Bohun at the time of Magna Carta, and indeed was not then in his possession.
Trowbridge developed as a centre for woollen cloth production from the 14th century.