Chepstow Castle visit for Campania

Residents stood in front of Chepstow Castle

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.

Residents stood in front of Chepstow Castle Campania residents taking in the views at the top of Chepstow Castle Residents climbing the stairs of the castle Two of Campania's residents at the top of Chepstow castle residents enjoying their packed lunch on the bench taking in the views of the Castle and its grounds Support worker and residents enjoying a rest on the bench taking in the views of the Castle and its grounds

 

 

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