Clevedon was the setting for the eponymous town Broadchurch, a detective drama first aired on ITV on 4 March 2013.
Rail: Clevedon does not have a railway station. The nearest railway link is either Nailsea & Backwell, Yatton, Worle or Weston-super-Mare.
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The house was purchased by Abraham Elton in 1709 and it is still the much-loved family home of his descendants today.
Clevedon Golf club, bowling club and riding club means there is something for everyone taste.
Clevedon is a beautiful spot all year round for taking a stroll along the promenade, overlooking the beach, enjoying fish and chips or an ice-cream in the summer.
Clevedon was home to St Edith's children's home for almost 100 years until it closed in 1974. The building on Dial Hill is listed, and therefore the outside has changed little, but it now houses privately owned flats. The home was run by nuns from the Community of the Sisters of the Church, an international body of women within the Anglican Communion, living under the gospel values of poverty, chastity and obedience.
Clevedon clock tower in the centre of the town is decorated with "Elton ware". It was completed in 1898, and donated by Sir Edmund Elton in celebration of Queen Victoria's Jubilee. The Curzon cinema was built in 1912, for Victor Cox, and is the oldest purpose-built, continuously operated cinema in the world.
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Clevedon is a beautiful Victorian seaside town overlooking the Severn Estuary.
The small rivers the Land Yeo and Middle Yeo supported at least two mills. The Tuck Mills lay in the fields south of Clevedon Court and were used for fulling cloth. The other mills, near Wain's Hill, probably date from the early 17th century.
There are a selection of stylish cafes and restaurants situated next to Clevedon Pier, to sit back and take in the fantastic scenery.
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Leave the M5 at Junction 20 and follow the signs to the seafront
The name derives from the Old English, cleve meaning "cleave" or "cleft" and don meaning "hill".
In the 1993 movie, The Remains of the Day, starring Anthony Hopkins, Emma Thompson and Christopher Reeve, references are made to Clevedon, where the final scene of the film is set and was filmed. The 1998 adaptation of Cider with Rosie also featured scenes filmed in the town. Scenes from the 2010 film, Never Let Me Go, starring Keira Knightley were filmed in Clevedon during the summer of 2009. Clevedon has its own comic book superhero, Captain Clevedon.
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The Royal Pier Hotel is a Grade II listed building located next to the pier. The Royal Pier Hotel was built in 1823 by Thomas Hollyman, and originally called The Rock House. In 1868, the building was expanded by local architect Hans Price and renamed Rock House & Royal Pier Hotel, later shortened to Royal Pier Hotel. Since its closure the building has fallen into disrepair, but it is now (Summer 2015) being converted into luxury apartments.
Clevedon is a town and civil parish in the unitary authority of North Somerset, which covers part of the ceremonial county of Somerset, England. The town has a population of 21,281 according to the United Kingdom Census 2011.
Yeates Removals was established in 1910 using horses and carts for general haulage in Clevedon and the surrounding areas. The removals company has always been run by family members and is currently headed up by James Griffin who took over from his father John in 2001.
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Wain's Hill is an univallate Iron Age hill fort situated approximately 1 mile (1.6 km) south-west of Clevedon. The hill fort is defined by a steep, natural slope from the south and north with two ramparts to the east.
Bus: Clevedon is served by direct buses to Bristol, Weston-super-Mare and Portishead.
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The Copse Road Chapel is an Independent Evangelical Church, which was built in 1851 and has been attributed to Foster and Wood of Bristol, who also designed the United Reformed Church on Hill Road. The Roman Catholic church of the Immaculate Conception is served by the Franciscan order.
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Popular features include Clevedon Pier, a grade 1 listed building, Clevedon sea front with pebbled beaches and a marine lake, ornamental gardens and a Victorian bandstand all within a 10 minute walk of each other.
For walkers there are some fantastic routes, including Poets walk, for a hillside walk or picnic with sea views.
There are several churches serving the town, including St. Andrew's church, which was built in the thirteenth century AD, although there are thought to be Saxon foundations under the present building. It is the burial place of Arthur Hallam, subject of the poem In Memoriam A.H.H. by his friend Alfred, Lord Tennyson.