Tag: Other Buildings & Monuments

New Inn Bream

A low ramshackle two storey block aligned North - South abuts a well built main wing of handsome proportions. Read More

Sarah Siddon's House

Sarah Siddons' House is in the village of Lydbrook, a quarter of a mile up the main road from the River Wye on the right hand side. Read More

St Briavels Castle

St Briavels Castle stands in the village of St Briavels on the edge of a ridge about 200 yards above the River Wye. Read More

The Angel Hotel Coleford

The Angel Hotel located on the North side of the Market Place was originally built c1650. There was a building on the site on a map of 1608. Read More

The Speech House

In about 1670 administration in the Forest of Dean was reorganised and the Forest was divided into six walks, with a keeper's lodge for each walk. Read More

Whitecliff House

Whitecliff House, on the Coleford to Newland road, was built in the late 16th century, but by the end of the 18th century it had become derelict. Read More

Whitecliff National School

Whitecliff National School is in the south-west part of Whitecliff and was built in 1825. It was designed to serve the whole of Newland parish, of which Whitecliff then formed... Read More

Yorkley Star Cricket Pavilion

In 1937 the present Pavillion was opened by Sir Stanley W. Tubbs, chairman of the Playing Fields Association. Read More

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