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BS10 Henbury History

History of Henbury Lodge

Henbury Lodge Hotel almost certainly started life as two cottages around the year 1600. It remained as such…
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The two Giants of Bristol

There are stories of giants all over Britain, but there is a distinct and unusual trail of giant…
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Henbury Court

On the site of the Station Road flats once stood Henbury Court, just one of a number of…
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The History of Henbury - Part 1

Henbury was historically a very large Gloucestershire parish. It extended to the River Severn and included the tithings…
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A slave's Grave in Henbury

During the year when we are commemorating the 200th anniversary of the abolition of the transatlantic slave trade…
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Henbury Village Hall

Henbury Village Hall is a Grade II listed community building located in the picturesque conservation area of Henbury…
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Brentry area

Brentry is a suburb of north Bristol, England, between Henbury and Southmead which is spread along the southern…
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Brentry Hospital

Brentry was once well known for its hospital, founded in 1898 as the Brentry Certified Inebriate Reformatory.
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