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The name Lydney is derived from its early English name of Lidaneg, ‘the sailor’s island’.
This book, full of photographs and facts depicts this Forest town today.
The Romans named the city Glevum and when they left in AD 407 it left many inhabitants behind to fend for themselves.
A fascinating insight to a city full of history.
At Tewkesbury is the confluence of the River Severn and the River Avon, it is like a motorway junction of rivers.
Learn more of the town’s colourful history, past and present.
Strictly speaking Sharpness is neither a town nor a city but has been included in this series because of its importance in relation to the River Severn.