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The Village

Little is known of the pre-Roman history of the village but it is believed that the fertile land around Dymock provided much of the fresh produce required by the Roman fortress of Glevum (Gloucester). There is a further gap during the Saxon period and the Middle Ages until we reach the point where Dymock is mentioned in the Domesday Book and at that time there were 68 males living in the village. Much has been recorded since that time.