Lave netting is an ancient method of salmon fishing first recorded on the Severn Estuary in the 1700s.
The village church of Bishton is more than 600 years old. Yet its full name – the Church of St Cadwaladr – demonstrates far older origins.
The remarkable Newport Transporter Bridge is one of only six operational transporter bridges left world wide from a total of twenty constructed.
This imposing mansion is one of the most historically important 17th century houses in Britain, home of the Morgan family for over 500 years.
Without the sea wall the Gwent Levels simply could not exist.
Imagine standing near the sea wall at Goldcliff 10,000 years ago. What would you see?
On 30th January 1607, sea walls either side of the Severn Estuary were overwhelmed by flood waters.
In 1878, an inscribed Roman era stone, known as the 'Goldcliff Stone', was discovered near the sea wall at Goldcliff.
In 1531, King Henry VIII passed the Act of Sewers, creating Commissioners and Courts of Sewers.
The shrill carder bee is one of the UK’s rarest bumblebees, and is now only found in 7 areas in Wales and southern England.
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