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Could village signs in Congresbury be set for Saxon name addition?

PUBLISHED: 08:11 13 March 2017 | UPDATED: 08:11 13 March 2017

Congresbury Parish Council will debate tonight (Monday) whether to add Cungaresbyrig to its signs.

Congresbury Parish Council will debate tonight (Monday) whether to add Cungaresbyrig to its signs.


Signs in Congresbury could be altered to include its Saxon name.

Robert Craig, on behalf of the North Somerset Saxish Ring and the New Aelfric Society, has asked Congresbury Parish Council to consider using the village’s historical name on signs.

He would like to see Cungaresbyrig added to signs, such as those which welcome people into Congresbury.

His proposal will be debated by parish councillors at the authority’s meeting tonight (Monday).

The session will start at 7.30pm at the Old School Rooms.

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