Abson

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Coordinates: 51°28′12″N 2°26′35″W / 51.470°N 2.443°W / 51.470; -2.443 Abson is a hamlet in South Gloucestershire, England. It is in the United Kingdom. The center of the village is a small village green and a church. This church is dedicated to St James the Great, and is very important to Abson. Its belltower has six bells which are still rung by hand.[1]

Blue Lodge, one of the houses, was once the home of Anna Sewell. Anne Sewell is the writer of Black Beauty. While living there she saw a man killed by a cart. This was put into the novel.[2]

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