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NEWS: 20 November 1909

Tragedy of Ethel Parry
The South Wales Argus has been a valuable tool for keeping up to date with all the local news for over a ... [more]

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Portskewett Stocks

In 1850 stocks were erected by Portskewett church ... [more]

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Sudbrook Village Scene

This is a picture of Sudbrook village taken approx 1915 showing The villa's houses. [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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Lave Net Fishermen

Even today, traditional Lave net fishing goes on at Black ... [more]

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Beached Whale

In 1925 a whale was washed up at Sudbrook.

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Sir Joseph Bradney

In 1929 Sir Joseph Bradney said of ... [more]

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Black Rock Hotel

In 1948 the Black Rock Hotel suffered a disastrous fire and was finally demolished in the ... [more]

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Sunday School

Picture was taken approx 1949 outside the old Sudbrook Church which has now been demolished. [more]

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Portskewett's main street

This is a picture postcard showing Portskewett's main street with its local store at the time Jenkins and ... [more]

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paper mill info

The paper mill was opened in 1958 by the Wiggins Teape Group. The site was picked because of the nearby water...

cricket info

Reputedly founded in 1860, Sudbrook Cricket Club still thrives today...

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