List of twin towns and sister cities in England

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This is a list of twin towns and sister cities in England. Most of England's Twin Towns are those found in France and Germany, with West Midlands mostly twinned with those from the United States.

Twin towns and sister cities

Bedfordshire

Germany Bamberg, Germany[1]
Italy Rovigo, Italy[1]
Germany Erlensee, Germany[2]
France Bourgoin-Jallieu, France[3]
Germany Porz, Germany[3]
France Coulommiers, France (1958)[4]
Germany Titisee-Neustadt, Germany (1991)[4]
Germany Bergisch Gladbach, Germany[5]
France Bourgoin-Jallieu, France[5]
Sweden Eskilstuna, Sweden[5]
Germany Spandau, Germany[5]
Germany Wolfsburg, Germany[5]

Berkshire

Germany Leverkusen, Germany (1973)[6]
France Bagnols-sur-Cèze, France[7]
Germany Braunfels, Germany[7]
Netherlands Eeklo, Netherlands[7]
Italy Feltre, Italy[7]
Republic of Ireland Clonmel, Ireland (1994)[8]
Germany Düsseldorf, Germany (1975)[8]
Nicaragua San Francisco Libre, Nicaragua (1994)[8]
Barbados Speightstown, Barbados (2003)[8]
France Montreuil, France (1988)[9]
France Cuincy, France (2018)[10]
Germany Bad Godesberg, Germany (1960, Maidenhead)[11]
Italy Frascati, Italy (1972, Maidenhead)[11]
Belgium Kortrijk, Belgium (1981, Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead)[11]
Germany Goslar, Germany (1969, Royal Borough of New Windsor)[11]
France Neuilly-sur-Seine, France (1955, Royal Borough of New Windsor)[11]
France Saint-Cloud, France (1957, Maidenhead)[11]
Germany Erftstadt, Germany (1977)[12]
France Viry-Châtillon, France[12]

Bristol

Mozambique Beira, Mozambique[13]
France Bordeaux, France (1947)[13]
China Guangzhou, China[13]
Germany Hannover, Germany[13]
Portugal Porto, Portugal[13]
Nicaragua Puerto Morazan, Nicaragua[13]
Georgia (country) Tbilisi, Georgia[13]

Buckinghamshire

Germany Bensheim, Germany (1977)[14]
France Bourg-en-Bresse, France[15]
Netherlands Almere, Netherlands[16]
Germany Kelkheim, Germany (1985)[17]
Spain Archena, Spain (1995)[18]
Germany Friedrichsdorf, Germany (1980)[18]
France Houilles, France (1986)[18]

Cambridgeshire

Germany Heidelberg, Germany (1957)[19]
Hungary Szeged, Hungary (1987)[19]
Denmark Ribe, Denmark (1956)[20]
Italy Gubbio, Italy[21]
France Salon-de-Provence, France[21]
Hungary Szentendre, Hungary[21]
Germany Wertheim am Main, Germany[21]
Italy Gubbio, Italy[21]
France Salon-de-Provence, France[21]
Hungary Szentendre, Hungary[21]
Germany Wertheim, Germany[21]
France Saint-Jean-de-Braye, France[22]
Spain Alcala de Henares, Spain[23]
France Bourges, France[23]
Italy Forli, Italy[23]
Germany Viersen, Germany[23]
Ukraine Vinnitsa, Ukraine[23]
Slovenia Medvode, Slovenia[24]
Germany Stadtallendorf, Germany[24]
France Faches-Thumesnil, France (1990)[25]
France Arles, France[26]

Cheshire

Germany Lörrach, Germany[27]
Italy Senigallia, Italy[27]
France Sens, France[27]
Germany Bischofsheim, Germany[28]
Poland Dzierżoniów, Poland[28]
France Mâcon, France[28]
Germany Reutlingen, Germany (1959)[29]
Germany Bischofsheim, Germany[28]
Poland Dzierżoniów, Poland[28]
France Mâcon, France[28]
Germany Hilden, Germany (1968)[30]
Czech Republic Náchod, Czech Republic (1993)[30]

Cornwall

Germany Bederkesa, Germany[31]
France Le Relecq-Kerhuon, France[31]
France Ergué-Gabéric, France[31]
Germany Barsbüttel, Germany (2004)[32]
France Guipavas, France (1982)[32]
France Saint-Thuriau, France[31]
France Sainte-Anne-d'Auray, France[31]
France Porspoder, France[31]
France Pont-Croix, France[31]
France Douarnenez, France[33]
Germany Rotenburg, Germany[33]
France Hôpital-Camfrout, France[31]
France Pleumeur-Bodou, France[31]
Australia Port Augusta, Australia[31]
Italy Sasso Marconi, Italy[31]
Germany Achim, Germany[31]
Australia Launceston, Australia[31]
France Plestin-les-Grèves, France[34]
France Quimperlé, France[31]
France Landévennec, France[31]
France Quiberon, France[31]
France Pleyber-Christ, France[35]
France Primelin, France[31]
France Dinard, France[31]
France Audierne, France[31]
Germany Cuxhaven, Germany[31]
Australia Bendigo, Australia (1996)[36]
France Concarneau, France (1982)[36]
Germany Cuxhaven, Germany (2009)[36]
United States Nevada City, California, United States (1991)[36]
France Guisseny, France[31]
Mexico Mineral del Monte, Mexico[37]
United States Mineral Point, Wisconsin, United States[37]
France Plumergat, France[37]
Germany Dithmarschen, Germany[31]
France Plougastel-Daoulas, France[31]
France Calan, France[31]
France Ploulec'h, France[31]
France Plouguerneau, France[38]
France Camaret-sur-Mer, France[39]
United States Laguna Beach, California, United States[39]
Japan Mashiko, Japan[39]
France Malguénac, France[31]
France Ploërdut, France[31]
France Bénodet, France[40]
Germany Boppard, Germany[41]
France Morlaix, France[41]
France Langueux, France[31]

County Durham

Cumbria

Derbyshire

[42]

Sweden Laholm, Sweden
United States Blackstone Valley, Rhode Island, United States
Poland Głogów, Poland
United States Pawtucket, Rhode Island, United States
Ukraine Chernobyl Children's Project
Germany Bad Nauheim, Germany
France Oignies, France
Germany Darmstadt, Germany
France Troyes, France
Namibia Tsumeb, Namibia
China Yangquan, Shanxi, China
France Onzain, France
Germany Osnabrück, Germany
South Africa Mamelodi, South Africa
China Shanxi Province, China
China Yangpu District, Shanghai, China
Japan Toyota City, Aichi, Japan
Germany Vogelsbergkreis, Germany
Germany Sindelfingen, Germany
Germany Bad Vilbel, Germany
Germany Wetterau, Germany
France Châlons-sur-Marne, France
Germany Langen, Germany
France Romorantin-Lanthenay, France
France Eaubonne, Val-D'oise, France
Germany Alsfeld, Germany
Germany Darmstadt-Dieburg, Germany
France Elancourt, France
France Château-Renault, France
Romania Babadag, Romania
Poland Tymbark, Poland
Italy Monterubbiano, Italy
France Die, France
Germany Frankenau, Germany

Devon

France Brest, Brittany, France (1963)[43]
Poland Gdynia, Poland[43]
Russia Novorossiysk, Russia[43]
United States Plymouth, Massachusetts, United States[43]
Spain San Sebastián, Spain[43]

Dorset

Bermuda St. George's, Bermuda[44][45]
Germany Lindlar, Germany[46]
France Brionne, France[46]
Member of a unique twinning association (called the Douzelage) that includes one member town from each of the European countries. They are shown below with the date they joined the organisation.
Spain Altea, Spain (1991)
Germany Bad Kötzting, Germany (1991)
Italy Bellagio, Italy (1991)
Republic of Ireland Bundoran, Ireland (1991)
France Granville, France (1991)
Denmark Holstebro, Denmark (1991)
Belgium Houffalize, Belgium (1991)
Netherlands Meerssen, the Netherlands (1991)
Luxembourg Niederanven, Luxembourg (1991)
Greece Preveza, Greece (1991)
Portugal Sesimbra, Portugal (1991)
England Sherborne, England, United Kingdom (1991)
Finland Karkkila, Finland (1997)
Sweden Oxelösund, Sweden (1998)
Austria Judenburg, Austria (1999)
Poland Chojna, Poland (2004)
Hungary Kőszeg, Hungary (2004)
Latvia Sigulda, Latvia (2004)
Czech Republic Sušice, Czech Republic (2004)
Estonia Türi, Estonia (2004)
Slovakia Zvolen, Slovakia (2007)
Lithuania Prienai, Lithuania (2008)
Malta Marsaskala, Malta (2009)
Romania Siret, Romania (2010)
Cyprus Agros, Cyprus (2011)
Slovenia Škofja Loka, Slovenia (2011)
Bulgaria Tryavna, Bulgaria (2011)

East Riding of Yorkshire

East Sussex

France Varengeville-sur-Mer, France[47]

Essex

France Annonay, France;[48]
Germany Backnang, Germany[48]

Gloucestershire

Greater Manchester

Hampshire

Italy Montecchio Maggiore, Italy
France Authie, France
France Carpiquet, France
France Barentin, France
Germany Warendorf, Germany
Germany Duisburg, Germany (since 1950)[52][53][54][55][56]
France Caen, France (since 1987)[54][9][57]
Israel Haifa, Israel (since 1962)[58]
Japan Maizuru, Kyoto, Japan[59]
Oman Muscat, Oman[59]
United States Portsmouth, Virginia, United States[59]
Australia City of Sydney, New South Wales, Australia[60]
Italy Treviglio, Italy[61]
France Meudon, France
Germany Oberursel, Germany
Poland Sulechów, Poland

Herefordshire

Hertfordshire

Isle of Wight

Kent

Germany Bad Münstereifel in North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany, (population 19,007), twinned since 26 August 1964.[63][64]
France Fougères in Brittany, France, (population 21,779), twinned since 1984.[63][64]
United States Hopewell, Virginia, United States, (population 22,354), twinned since 16 April 1994.[63]
France Étaples, France[65]
Belgium Chimay, Belgium
France Conflans-Sainte-Honorine, France
Denmark Frederikssund, Denmark
Denmark Albertslund, Denmark
France Dainville, France
Germany Grabow, Germany
Sweden Mölndal, Sweden
Czech Republic Říčany, Czech Republic

Lancashire

Leicestershire

France Le Grand-Quevilly, France[68][69]
Germany Herford, Germany[70]

Lincolnshire

London

France Antony, France
Germany Mölndal, Sweden
Nicaragua Matagalpa, Nicaragua
United States Cambridge, Massachusetts, United States[72][73]
As of 22 October 2015 Tower Hamlets has no status with other towns or cities[74]

Merseyside

United States Birmingham, Alabama, United States (2015)[75]
Panama Panama City, Republic of Panama (2016)[76]

Norfolk

Northamptonshire

Northumberland

Norway Sarpsborg, Norway [77]

North Yorkshire

Nottinghamshire

Oxfordshire

France Argentan, France (1956)[9]
France Ermont, France (1982).[78]
Germany Hennef, Germany (1981).[78][79]
Twinning in Banbury began on 26 October 1978, at a public meeting held at the Post-Graduate Education Centre, and called on the initiative of the late Councillor Ron Smith, the then Town Mayor of Banbury. Initial visits between Banbury and Ermont in 1979, and for a long time after there was a period of informal relationship before a formal agreement was signed in 1982. Contact was first made with Hennef about a possible agreement in October 1980 and within a year the formal agreement was signed.[80] Two roads in Banbury (Hennef Way and Ermont Way) have been named after the two towns. Likewise a former Railway station square in Hennef has been named Banburyplatz.
Germany Planegg, Germany[81]
France Le Mêle-sur-Sarthe, France (1990)[82]
France Falaise, France (1973)
Germany Leichlingen, Germany (1979)[83]
Somalia Borama, Somalia (1981)[84]

Rutland

Shropshire

Somerset

France Aix-en-Provence, France[9][86]
Netherlands Alkmaar, Netherlands[86]
Germany Braunschweig, Germany[86]
Hungary Kaposvár, Hungary[86]
Japan Beppu, Ōita Prefecture, Japan[86]
Germany Homberg, Efze, Germany
France La Ciotat, France
Malta Marsa, Malta
Czech Republic Uherské Hradiště, Czech Republic

South Yorkshire

Ukraine Horlivka, Ukraine[88]
Germany Schwäbisch Gmünd, Germany[88]

Staffordshire

Suffolk

Surrey

Tyne and Wear

Japan Komatsu, Ishikawa, Japan (1991)[89]
France Saint-Étienne-du-Rouvray, France (1974)[90]
United States Atlanta, Georgia, United States (1977)[91]
Norway Bergen, Norway (1968)[91]
Germany Gelsenkirchen, Germany (1947)[91]
Netherlands Groningen, Netherlands (1946)[91]
Israel Haifa, Israel (1988)[91]
France Nancy, France (1954)[91]
Australia Newcastle, New South Wales, Australia (1987)[91]
Germany Essen, Germany (1949)[92]
France Saint-Nazaire, France (1953)[92]

Warwickshire

West Midlands

Scotland Fort William, Scotland, United Kingdom [93][94][95]

West Sussex

West Yorkshire

Germany Alfeld (Leine), Germany (1958)[96]
Russia Belgorod, Russia (1991)[96]
France Castres, France (1953)[96]
Germany Castrop-Rauxel, Germany (1949)[96]
Spain Girona, Spain (1990)[96]
France Hénin-Beaumont, France (1972)[96]
Germany Herne, Germany (1956)[96]
Poland Konin, Poland (1996)[96]

Wiltshire

Worcestershire

Notes

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External links

  • Extensive list of UK twin towns from the Dorset Twinning Association.
  • European Commission Information
  • Stapleford – Nachingwea Twinning Link
  • North West Twinning Federation The Federation of Twin Towns and International Friendship Links for North West England and North Wales
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