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Newland

Towns and Villages in or near Newland


Description

Newland is a pretty little village, dating from the middle ages, in the centre of which is the magnificent "Cathedral of the Forest", dating back to the 13th century. The main part of the village is grouped around the church and its churchyard, which are overlooked by The Ostrich Inn. Passing through, you may be lucky enough to see the local morris dancers.

The church is worth a visit, containing many interesting artefacts, including the original Miner's Brass, the symbol of the Royal Forest of Dean.

Being less than 2 miles from Coleford and Clearwell, and 6 miles from Monmouth, Newland sits on the edge of both The Forest of Dean and the Wye Valley, and is a good central location from which to plan your visit.


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  • Towns and Villages

Location




O/S Ref: SO 5509

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Situated 1 mile South West of Coleford off the A466.

  • Coleford
  • Newland