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Dymock

Dymock is home to beautiful brick buildings, the remains of Cistercian Flaxley Abbey and Wallace and Gromit's Stinking Bishop cheese.

In the years before World War I Dymock became the base for a group of writers that became known as the Dymock Poets. These included names such as Rupert Brooke, Wilfred Gibson, Edward Thomas, Lascelles Abercrombie and Robert Frost. It was from here that Brooke published his War Sonnets, including ‘The Soldier’. Dymock offers dedicated Poet Walks and renowned Daffodil Walks in the Spring.

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