A GRADE I listed bridge in Milford Mill Road has been damaged. 

The damage was spotted this morning (Thursday, March 7) and is believed to have been caused by a passing lorry.

The coping stone on the structure has been dislodged. The bridge is believed to date back to the late 15th and early 16th century.

A resident told the Journal said: "It is not the first time it has been damaged.

"It is a Grade I building structure and recognised as being of national importance."

He said: "Residents are really fed up of it. It [the bridge] is very important to the city."

Wiltshire Council says it is aware of the damage.