The Tyndale Monument at North Nibley in Gloucestershire was completed in 1866 as a memorial to William Tyndale, one of the first people to translate the bible into English.

It stands 34 metres (111 feet) tall.  A spiral staircase of 121 steps leads to the top with views across the Severn Estuary.

Access inside the monument is currently closed.

The monument was closed due to COVID-19, and during that time several birds have nested and raised their young on the stairs.  There are still some nests with eggs and young chicks.

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