Lydbrook is a civil parish in the Forest of Dean, a local government district in the English county of Gloucestershire. It is situated on the north west edge of the Forest of Dean’s present legal boundary proper. It comprises the districts of Lower Lydbrook, Upper Lydbrook, Joys Green, Stowfield and Worrall Hill. It has a mile and a half long main street, reputed to be the longest main street of any village in England.

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The area now forming the present village of Lydbrook has been inhabited throughout history. Artifacts from Hangerberry and Eastbach on the south west corner of the parish, and Lower Lydbrook show evidence of widespread activity from theMesolithic period (Middle Stone Age 10,000 – 4000 BC) to the present.

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Set in the heart of the Forest of Dean Lydbrook boasts great access links to major tourist destinations such as Pedal away cycle centre, Beechenhurst, cannop ponds to name a few. With multiple locations for accommodation within the parish a nights stay is readily available.