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Alvington

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  1. a village and civil parish in the Forest of Dean in Gloucestershire, England, situated on the A48 road, six miles north-east of Chepstow in Wales

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  2. The parish has a total population of 484

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  3. was one of a number of hamlets dotted along the River Severn, following the former Roman road leading from Newnham on Severn to Chepstow

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  4. ’s population had varied somewhere between 300 and 500 since the mid 19th century

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  5. Built by Llanthony Priory around 1140, the church was originally named St. Mary’s, until it took its current name of St. Andrew’s in 1523

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