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St Marys Portskewett

The site of St Marys is steeped in history, it is reputed that a Church stood on this site before 1066 but the current building dates from nearer ... [more]

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St Mary’s Church

This is an image of St Mary’s church, Portskewett taken approximately 1905. [more]

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St Marys, 1918

The ancient parish church of St Mary's photographed here in approx 1918 on a picture postcard. [more]

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View of Portskewett

This picture postcard of a view looking towards Portskewett church, St Marys. This postcard was posted in 1923. [more]

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St Marys Church records

For all you budding genealogists and historians all of the old St Mary's Church records, Portskewett, have now been deposited into the care of the ... [more]

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St Mary's Parish Church

Original ink drawing of St Mary's Parish Church in Portskewett drawn by Guy Farrish in 2005. [more]

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NEWS: April 2006

St Mary's Grave Stones
St Mary's Church Portskewett has undergone a health and Safety inspections on its grave ... [more]

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Sudbrook and Portskewett WW1 and WW2 memorial

The monument stands in the grounds of St Mary's Church and remembers the sacrifice of the fallen from both World Wars.

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history info

Take a look at the history of Sudbrook through the ages...

severn tunnel info

Severn Tunnel was completed in 1886 is the longest rail tunnel in Britain...

pumping station info

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

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