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Private Investigator Lydney, Gloucestershire

Our discreet, experienced and friendly Lydney based private investigators are on hand to listen and give advice. No upfront cost, no commitment to go ahead.

  • We listen first to ensure we fully understand your situation, then offer guidance and advice. It's up to you whether you decide to use our service.
  • We make no judgement; most of us have found ourselves in a difficult situation in our lives. Our job is to answer your questions.
  • Our team of male and female private investigators are local to Lydney, all are highly trained and experienced.
  • Every client gets a dedicated case manager who is on call to answer questions or to provide a sympathetic ear.
  • Our service is affordable and there are no surprises. We agree costs with you at the beginning and won't exceed these without your agreement.
  • We have over 25 years' experience providing private detective services throughout Lydney. Every case is different; we get to the truth. We guarantee discretion; we don’t share information with anyone else.

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Private Detective in Lydney

Found in the English county of Gloucestershire, Lydney is a civil parish and a small town. Its locations are on the west bank of the River Severn which is close to the Forest of Dean. The town has a population of 8766 as of the 2011 UK census. It lies on the A48 and has the Roman temple next to the Lydney Park. The temple was built to the Nodens on the fort site. River Lyd flows through Lydney and connects to River Severn.

Transport in the town is provided by Lydney railway station which is located on the Gloucester to Newport Line and has connections from the town centre by the Dean Forest Railway. Lydney Canal which now serves as a harbour for pleasure craft used to be a significant harbour for shipping timber, coal and Iron from the Forest Dean. The town is run by Lydney Town Council and has three wards.

St. Mary's Church in Lydney serves as the parish church for the town and has two churches namely St Mary the Virgin on Church Road and the Holy Trinity on Primrose Hill. The Dean Academy is a mixed secondary school in this town initially a foundation school administered by the Gloucestershire County Council. It's initially known as Whitecross School and converted to academy status 1stNovember 2012. It offers GCSEs, BTECs, OCR Nationals and ASDAN courses programmes. Hair and beauty courses are also available.

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