Clevedon is a busy, seaside town, civil parish, has some light industry in industrial estates, was the setting for the eponymous town Broadchurch and means Cleave, Cleft. Clevedon was mentioned in the Domesday Book, was served by a short branch line from the main railway from Yatton. The seafront has ornamental gardens, a Victorian bandstand, boasts restored a operational Grade II listed pier. The Salthouse Field has a light railway running round. The beach has been designated as the Clevedon Shore. Clevedon Pier was opened on Easter Monday 1869 of the earliest one examples. The town is home, educational, Religious, cultural buildings, was the headquarters for another railway, became a popular, Victorian, seaside resort. The Hill fort is defined by a steep, natural slope from the south. The Tuck Mills lay in the fields of Clevedon Court. Sunshine rates are than the less, regional Average of 1,600 hours. The removals company has been run by family members. Pier was upgraded to a Grade listed 1 building in 2001. The Royal Pier Hotel is a Grade II listed building. Clevedon Court is a national Trust property, Open visitors, is on Court Hill of the east town centre. Clevedon School is a large, secondary, comprehensive School serving the whole town. The Copse Road Chapel is an Independent Evangelical Church. Clevedon Town Football Club was started in the late, 19th century. The idea is to bring a reliability, Wikipedia outlinks. Structure was replaced by the present Art Deco building. Photographs taken in 1985 show that the inner rampart. The fort has been damaged by wartime installations. Scarp makes an inward turn, is as the the distinct, upper impression. The rampart scarp fades to a series of small, amorphous terraces. Lady Elton laid the foundation stone of Christ Church. Today Clevedon is a lovely town with an attractive coastline. The Chapel vanished after the Dissolution of Tudor times. Schools proliferated educating the children of the upper, middle classes. Grants were obtained from the Heritage Lottery Fund.
Busy, seaside town, Civil parish, National Trust property, Open visitors, Large, secondary, comprehensive School serving the whole town, Lovely town with an attractive coastline, Setting for the eponymous town Broadchurch, Court Hill of the east town centre