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In 1067 the Normans quarried stone from Sudbrook to build Strigvil Castle, more commonly known as Chepstow ... [more]

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The Rocks, Sudbrook

This is a picture postcard dated 1910. It was produced by the Marshall series. It shows the rocks in Sudbrook and people enjoying the view. [more]

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Beached Whale

In 1925 a whale was washed up at Sudbrook.

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Sudbrook Beach

As this image shows, Sudbrook comes with its own shingle ... [more]

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Across the mudflats

A view of the Second Severn Bridge across the world famous mud flats taken on 02 June ... [more]

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NEWS: Call to arms to clean up Sudbrook Beach

News piece reporting on the efforts to clear Sudbrook beach of the litter left behind after high Spring tides. (07/04/10)

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pumping station info

Built to pump water from the Severn Tunnel after a 'great spring' was discovered, it's been in action since 1886...

chapel info

"...on the very brink of this cliff is an old ruin called Sudbrook Chapel, very picturesque to see..."

bridge info

Today, two bridges span the Severn near Sudbrook providing quick exits from England...

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