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Bridgwater

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Bridgwater’s Heritage

From Stone Age to Modern Age, there’s something for everyone.
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Deals mainly with The Battle of Sedgemoor and St Mary’s Church (Westonzoyland). This is a valuable resource for those researching the Battle of Sedgemoor
Grace's Guide is the leading source of historical information on industry and manufacturing in Britain. This web publication contains 116,621 pages of information and 169,055 images on early companies, their products and the people who designed and built them
Deals mainly with the closed cemetery at Wembdon Road Bridgwater. For a small annual joining fee you will have access to the Memorial Archives, Burial Registers and other materials
Our sister site which details the history of the Blake Museum from its beginnings in 1926
Has a page of history facts as well as other useful information about Bridgwater.
The Bridgwater Heritage Group was founded by the late Dr Peter Cattermole in October 2012. It was re-founded in March 2016 as an informal research group and online platform for publishing materials and research on the history of Bridgwater and the surrounding villages.
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At a public meeting on 14th January 1963, attended by nine people, the Bridgwater Field Club was launched. Its aims were to study the history and archaeology of Bridgwater and district, and to observe and record all excavations in the area. In 1964 the present name The Bridgwater and District Arhaelogical Society was adopted.
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Deals mainly with The Battle of Sedgemoor and St Mary’s Church (Westonzoyland). This is a valuable resource for those researching the Battle of Sedgemoor
Grace's Guide is the leading source of historical information on industry and manufacturing in Britain. This web publication contains 116,621 pages of information and 169,055 images on early companies, their products and the people who designed and built them
Deals mainly with the closed cemetery at Wembdon Road Bridgwater. For a small annual joining fee you will have access to the Memorial Archives, Burial Registers and other materials
Our sister site which details the history of the Blake Museum from its beginings in 1926
Has a page of history facts as well as other usefull information about Bridgwater.
The Bridgwater Heritage Group was founded by the late Dr Peter Cattermole in October 2012. It was re-founded in March 2016 as an informal research group and online platform for publishing materials and research on the history of Bridgwater and the surrounding villages.
External Links

Bridgwater

Blake

Museum

Bridgwater’s Heritage

At a public meeting on 14th January 1963, attended by nine people, the Bridgwater Field Club was launched. Its aims were to study the history and archaeology of Bridgwater and district, and to observe and record all excavations in the area. In 1964 the present name The Bridgwater and District Arhaelogical Society was adopted.