By Sue Binns
Issue 01 (New Series), Summer 2018 pp 54-59
“The Severn Vale salt marshes attracted our Prehistoric ancestors because of the wealth of food – especially fish and wildfowl. Regular flooding prevented permanent settlement but left silt behind which enriched the soil. Sue Binns explores a wide range of records kept by church and state to piece together the lives of Redwick’s medieval inhabitants”.
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