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The ‘Roman bridge’ at Blackpill


The so-called ‘Roman Bridge’ is believed to have been built in 1305 to enable people to cross the Pill at Blackpill.

The bridge was restored in 2018 by CVCP with funding from the Landfill Communities Fund received through ENTRUST.


Photo taken in 1975.
Photo taken in October 2011.
The photo was taken in 2018 after the restoration by CVCP.

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