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Iron Age Hillfort

The image here shows the broad layout of what is considered to be an Iron Age Hill fortbuilt by the Silures ... [more]

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1067
Quarrying

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

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1280
Water mill

In approximately 1280, a water mill was founded in Sudbrook and was in use until 1740.

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1500
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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1607
The Great Flood

On January 20th 1607 disastrous floods came to ... [more]

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1660
The merger

In 1660 Portskewett merged with Sudbrook.

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1830
Sudbrook Chapel

Antique, mounted, Print by Henry Gastineau ... [more]

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1850
Station House

Sudbrook had its own Station House and landing ... [more]

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1858
Ecclesiastical Remains (1 of 5)

The following slide shows an image from the 'Ecclesiastical Remains' by O. Morgan and T. Wakeman published in ... [more]

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1858
Ecclesiastical Remains (2 of 5)

The following slide shows an image from the 'Ecclesiastical Remains' by O. Morgan and T. Wakeman published in ... [more]

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