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St Brides NetherwentPrimary Reference Number (PRN) : 00469g
Trust : Glamorgan Gwent
Community : Caerwent
NGR : ST4282289617
Site Type (preferred type first) : Medieval Deserted rural settlement
Legal Protection : scheduled ancient monument
The visible remains occupy the field in which is the church. SW of the church a hollow way crosses the field, running parallel with its SW edge. A branch curves N towards the church. There are 4, possibly more, mounds marking the sites of buildings.
The visible remains occupy the field in which is the church. SW of the church a hollow way crosses the field, running parallel with its SW edge. A branch curves N towards the church. There are 4, possibly more, mounds marking the sites of buildings. The 2 best defined ones are E of the church.
The deserted village is situated in a large pasture field in the valley of the small St. Brides brook, which runs along the E boundary of the field. The scheduled area has been extended to include earthworks which continue in the field to the N.
In addition, digital APs and LiDAR also show an extensive area of ploughed earthwork remains (lynchets, R&F, etc) beyond the scheduled area, extending S to Castle Coch Field System (NPRN 405806) and beyond. These include the remains of a Hollow way which continues S of that noted in the scheduled area itself. Recent APs show DMV features extending beyond scheduled area. Also, LiDAR has revealed a good number of DMV-type structures to the west of Netherwent under permanent woodland bordering the Caerwent military range (Roberts 2015).
Roberts, R. , 2015 , GGAT 132: Lowland Settlement in Glamorgan and Gwent
09/PM List/Cadw/1994/SAM Lists
07/PM Desc Text/Parkes LN & Webster PV/1972/Arch in Wales/no 54 p39
01/PM Air Photo/UK;1885;3045
04/PM List/Min of Works/1958/List of Anc Mons/p110
08/PM Record Card/Cherry John/1973/Med Arch V17/Med Brit p183
06/PM Surbey/Webster PV/1974/BBCS/V25 p4 p504-87
05/MM Photo/GGAT/Lewis W/1980
03/MM Record Card/OS/1957/ST 48 NW 15
07/MM Record Card/OS/1978/ST 48 NW 15
E000290 : ST BRIDES NETHERWENT, SURVEY, 10 72 (year : 1972)
E004601 : Lowland Settlement in Glamorgan and Gwent (year : 2015)
E004602 : Lowland Settlement in Glamorgan and Gwent (year : 2015)
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