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Tidenham Parish Council
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Welcome to the Tidenham Parish Council web site.
Tidenham Parish is situated in the Southwestern Corner of Gloucestershire, within the Forest of Dean District Council Area; it is the fifth largest settlement in the District, after the four towns of Lydney, Coleford, Cinderford and Newent.
The Parish has grown up at the confluence of the rivers Severn and Wye, and at an important crossing point of both rivers, influenced by ancient Britons, the Romans, King Offa, the Normans and Victorian engineers such as Isambard Kingdom Brunel as well as in modern times by those who brought the Severn Bridge to the Parish.
The parish is very much tied in with its environment with an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB) and Sites of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI); nature reserves, walking routes, cliffs for climbing, caves for exploring are only a few of the attractions available to both residents and visitors and there are plans for more such as the Wye Valley Cycle Path Scheme.