Redmarley D’Abitot (Redmarley) is a rural parish and village in the Forest of Dean district, Gloucestershire, South West England. In addition to the village of Redmarley, the parish also includes the settlements of Lowbands, Haw Cross, Playley Green, Kings Green, Durbridge, and sits in a corner of the county closely bounded by Herefordshire and Worcestershire. At the 2001 census the parish had a population of 705. Redmarley enjoys a remarkable history dating back to pre-Norman times – it was a battlefield for a Civil War encounter during the siege of Gloucester, the Chartist Movement built a settlement here (Lowbands), and it’s also home to a number of unique buildings.
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