The village consists of 12 households and has a 12th Century parish Church, St. Andrew's, which is a grade I listed building.
Bridge Sollers takes its name from the surnames of a family connected with the parish. Simon de Brugge (b. 1272) married Mary Solers c.1297.
The first bridge was built at Bridge Sollers in 1896. Previously there had been a ferry system for crossing the river, and the nearest bridge was at Hereford. This bridge was replaced in 2004.
Nelson Garage used to trade as a petrol station and garage, but has closed for business and is now a used car dealership.
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