A little background on Nailsea:

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Nailsea came into being due to coal mining. In the early 16th century, coal was being transported to Yatton from Nailsea. The Elms Colliery building is one of the most complete examples of an 18th-century colliery left in England, although it is in a state of disrepair and has been designated a Scheduled Ancient Monument.

Among the other historic buildings in Nailsea are the 15th-century Nailsea Court (a Grade I listed building), a community centre called "The Trinity Centre" (also Grade I listed) and Christ Church, which was built in 1843 and is a Grade II listed building.

Wrington near Nailsea
Wrington near Nailsea

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Give us a call on 0117 21 21 214 or Freephone from UK landlines on 0800 880 6024. You can also email us on info@nailseasurveyors.co.uk