Lydney Town Council

Lydney Town Council

Lydney Town Cross, Lydney 1890-1900

Lydney Town Cross, Lydney 1890-1900

Comedy Of Errors opening the Sunday of Summer's End 2012 at Lydney Town Hall. 2012-09-30.     Check this out!

Comedy Of Errors opening the Sunday of Summer's End 2012 at Lydney Town Hall. 2012-09-30. Check this out!

Comedy Of Errors opening the Sunday of Summer's End 2012 at Lydney Town Hall. 2012-09-30.     Check this out!

Comedy Of Errors opening the Sunday of Summer's End 2012 at Lydney Town Hall. 2012-09-30. Check this out!

The Recreation Ground, Lydney Town

The Recreation Ground, Lydney Town

The Thornbury Hoard---Third Largest Find in Britain  The Thornbury Hoard was discovered in Thornbury, South Gloucestershire, England. In March 2004, Ken Allen found it while he was digging a pond in his back garden. The hoard consisted of 11,449 base silver nummi and 11 silver radiates and was declared as the "third largest of its kind" found in Britain.

The Thornbury Hoard---Third Largest Find in Britain The Thornbury Hoard was discovered in Thornbury, South Gloucestershire, England. In March 2004, Ken Allen found it while he was digging a pond in his back garden. The hoard consisted of 11,449 base silver nummi and 11 silver radiates and was declared as the "third largest of its kind" found in Britain.

Our nearest town - Lydney in Lydney, Gloucestershire

Our nearest town - Lydney in Lydney, Gloucestershire

New Lydney Heritage Walk is live on the Real Town Tours mobile app.

New Lydney Heritage Walk is live on the Real Town Tours mobile app.

Coleford, surprisingly for an isolated market town, had two railway stations. The Severn and Wye Railway wound its way up from Lydney, arriving in 1875, and it is this station which formed the basis of the model. Passenger traffic on the S&W ceased in 1929, but the line remained open until 1967 with dispatches of free miners’coal, and daily ballast trains from Whitecliff Quarry, and receipts of general goods and household coal. The model was based closely on Coleford and assumed that…

Coleford, surprisingly for an isolated market town, had two railway stations. The Severn and Wye Railway wound its way up from Lydney, arriving in 1875, and it is this station which formed the basis of the model. Passenger traffic on the S&W ceased in 1929, but the line remained open until 1967 with dispatches of free miners’coal, and daily ballast trains from Whitecliff Quarry, and receipts of general goods and household coal. The model was based closely on Coleford and assumed that…

Manny's late strike keeps Crusaders in the run

Manny's late strike keeps Crusaders in the run

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