If you're driving towards
Bristol between junctions 13 and 14 of the M5,
look to your left.
There you will see the line of the Cotswold
escarpment rising above the Severn flood
plain. Let your eye travel along the top to a
tall tower, apparently perched precariously
close to the edge.
This is the Tyndale monument at North Nibley:
a landmark that can be seen for many miles
around, and built in honour of William
Tyndale, a man who risked everything to bring
us the Bible in everyday language.