Archive for January, 2008

Broomwell House, Brislington

Archaeologists, monitoring a site in Wick Road, Brislington have been investigating the remains of Broomwell House, a substantial stone house built in the 1760s and which has a particular significance for anyone interested in the archaeology of Bristol.

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