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Just to the north of Chepstow, Tidenham is bordered by the River Wye on the west and the River Severn on the south. Offa's Dyke path runs through the village with great views along the Wye.

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The village of Tidenham was settled from the earliest times and has much historical interest. The ruined St. James' Church at Lancaut is one of the earliest documented Christian sites in the Ccountry.

The parish of Tidenham is perhaps best known to walkers for the Offa's Dyke Path National Trail at the Beachley Cliffs overlooking the Severn Bridge. The path runs through the parish, taking in on route the magnificent scenery of the Wye Valley. Wintours leap and Horseshoe Bend are well worth a visit. 

The National Diving and Activty Centre, great for thrill seekers, is based at Tidenham.

Devils Pulpit, overlooking Tintern, is a short, and easy walk, walk from the car park at Tidenham Chase.

A history of the village is on the Tidenham Parish Council website.


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