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2 Interesting and historical facts about Bridport.
In 1651 after losing the battle of Worcester, Charles II stayed in Bridport before fleeing to France.
The coastal town of Bridport in Dorset was once famous for its Rope-making, with some of the rope being used for making hangmen's nooses. These nooses became famously known as 'a Bridport dagger'. Bridport also made the nets for England's World Cup victory in 1966