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Drybridge House is situated just beyond the ancient Monnow Bridge in the centre of Monmouth and it was originally a manor house. In 1867, Charles Henry Crompton-Roberts, an MP for a constituency in Kent, acquired the house. One of his sons, Charles Montague Crompton-Roberts, joined the Monmouthshire Regiment, serving throughout late Victorian and Edwardian times, eventually becoming an Hon. Lieutenant Colonel.

The house is now home to a charitable organisation.

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