“Bleadon Village means 'coloured hill' and was listed in the Domesday Book in 1086, so it has a long history.”

View of Bleadon village

Nominated by Walliscote on 26 October 2010

View of Bleadon Village

Walliscote nominated View of Bleadon village and wrote:

Mrs Connolly says, "Bleadon Village is small and beautiful. Its name means 'coloured hill' and it was listed in the Domesday Book in 1086, so it has a long history. I love this view - I've known it since I was a child. Even on a rainy day, I love to look at it."

Location

Continue south from Uphill along Bridgwater Road and follow the signs to Bleadon. It's 4km south of Weston-super-Mare.

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