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It lies north east of Clevedon and immediately south west of Avonmouth just across the River Avonwhich forms the boundary between Somerset and Bristol. The city of Bristol is 6 miles 9. On clear days, Wales can be seen across the Severn Estuary from the town. The Eastwood area has been designated as a local nature reserve.
It consists broadleaf woodland on a coastal limestone ridge which leads to Battery Point which had a defensive gun position and Portishead Point lighthouse is on the promontory. The Gordano motorway service station is at the eastern end of the valley, near the Royal Portbury Dock and the Avonmouth Bridge.
Several sites in the valley are managed by the Avon Wildlife Trust as nature reserves. The name Gordano comes from Old English and is descriptive of the triangular shape of the whole valley from Clevedon to Portishead,  being the ablative singular of the Latinised form of Gorden meaning muddy valley.
Its rocky southern foreshore marks the boundary between England and Walesbut the island itself is reckoned administratively to MonmouthshireWales. There are measurable levels of chemical pollutants, but little is known about their effects. Of particular concern are the levels of cadmium and to a lesser degree residual pesticides and hydrocarbons.
The Portishead Pier Section is made up of alluvial sandstonesthe best exposure of Upper Carboniferous rocks in the Avonmouth Coalfield.
The cliff and foreshore exposures around Portishead Point provide important exposures of geological structures formed during the Variscan mountain building episode in the Carboniferous Period of geological history. Also included are important exposures of the Devonian sequence that yield several species of fossil fish.
Holoptychius scales are the most abundant fossils, but teeth scales of other species are also relatively common.
Notably amongst the collection from this bed are plates of arthrodiresincluding Groenlandaspis. Adjacent to the beach and esplanade is a year-old artificial lake,  and a cricket pitch surrounded by sloping lawns interspersed with specimen trees.
The south-west of England enjoys a favoured location, particularly in summer, when the Azores High extends its influence north-eastwards towards the UK.
Rainfall tends to be associated with Atlantic depressions or with convection. In summer, convection caused by solar surface heating sometimes forms shower clouds and a large proportion of the annual precipitation falls from showers and thunderstorms at this time of year. About 8—15 days of snowfall is typical.
November to March have the highest mean wind speeds, with June to August having the lightest; the prevailing wind direction is from the south-west. More retailers are moving into the area insuch as WetherspoonsCosta Coffee.
Portishead Point lighthouse also known as Battery Point lighthouse Court House Farmhouse dates from the medieval period but was remodelled in the 17th and 19th centuries.
A small, disused, black village pump remains in Portishead with a strapped down handle. The lighthouse is currently maintained by the Bristol Port Company. It was electrified in World War II.
It is thought to be the only seaside hotel to be built by a public authority during the nineteenth century. Transport links to Bristol and beyond have been a concern for some residents of the town and a group has been set up to campaign for the reopening of the Portishead to Bristol railway line.
Major traffic-flow modifications have caused much controversy because they are widely seen as having caused queuing where none existed before. A lifeboat service has been operated by the Portishead Lifeboat Trust since but in this transferred to a new RNLI lifeboat station adjacent to the pier.
Secondary education is provided by Gordano School. Inthe school was awarded Specialist Schools Technology College status see awards. The official opening took place on 12 July By September of that year, pupil numbers had increased to and councillors were demanding more classrooms.
The increase was attributed to the "post-war bulge". The education department forecast the school numbers would treble by Numbers had grown to 1, students and 88 teachers.English Through Music: Taylor Swift’s Song, “Mean” Read and listen to the article. Then, open the activities on the right side of the page to learn English.
The river Frome was diverted to create a new channel and quay that we know as St Augustine's Reach ().
The primary source of information about books on railway history is George Ottley's monumental bibliograpy, with its two supplements (no serious public library can claim to be that if Ottley is not available). Jack Simmons' overall evaluative surveys of the literature (both in his own books and in the Oxford Companion – Ottley is mainly non-evaluative) are also useful, but Simmons was less.
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