Chepstow Castle visit for Campania
Campania residents enjoy sunny visit to Chepstow Castle
This week (July 2018) residents at Campania ARBD Home visit Chepstow Castle in Wales; originally known as Striguil, it is the oldest preserved post-Roman Castle in Britain.
Building started in 1067 on top of the cliffs on the River Wye, due to the order of the Norman Lord William FitzOsbern.
The Grade 1 listed Castle ruins are open to the public to explore it’s history. Therefore residents did just that on a beautiful sunny day!
It was quite an awesome sight and some residents managed to explore right up to the top of the Castle.
Even though the castle is near a busy motorway, it was really peaceful. So we all enjoyed our packed lunch on the bench, taking in the beautiful views.