- AtS- AbraxasLv 71 decade agoFavorite Answer
An awful lot!!!!
This is a link to the full list, and I will paste just those starting with "A"- up to you if you want to count them all!
Abingdon, Accrington, Acle, Addlestone, Adlington, Adwick-le-Street, Alcester, Aldeburgh, Aldershot, Aldridge, Alford, Alfreton, Alnwick, Alsager, Alston, Alton, Altrincham, Amble, Ambleside, Amersham, Amesbury, Ampthill, Andover, Appleby-in-Westmorland, Appledore, Apsley, Arlesey, Arnold, Arundel, Ascot, Ashbourne, Ashburton, Ashby-de-la-Zouch, Ashford (Kent), Ashford (Surrey), Ashington, Ashton-in-Makerfield, Ashton-under-Lyne, Askern, Aspatria, Atherstone, Atherton, Attleborough, Audenshaw, Axbridge, Axminster, Aylesbury, Aylsham
There are even more starting with "B".
- 1 decade ago
A town is used either for old market towns, or for settlements which have a Town Council, or for settlements which elsewhere would be classed a city, but which do not have the legal right to call themselves such. Under this definition there would be 1146 towns in England.
- Anonymous1 decade ago
Ho ho - Loads and loads.