Wiltshire Guide Blog

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CRICKLADE – The Northernmost Town

Articles and photographs used in this page by kind permission of John Samways of The Cricklade Historical Society Cricklade is midway between Cirencester and Swindon, just off the A419 and is the northernmost town...

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Vincients Wood

Welcome to Vincients Wood Vincients Wood is a small area of semi-natural broadleaved woodland. The southern part first appeared on Ordnance Survey maps in 1828, but it is considered to be ancient woodland. The...

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Smallbrook Meadows

Welcome to Smallbrook Meadows Smallbrook Meadows Nature Reserve consists of a number of disused water meadows that lie between the Rivers Were and Wylye, close to the town of Warminster. In Britain wetland habitat...

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Ravensroost Wood

Welcome to Ravensroost Wood Owned and managed by Wiltshire Wildlife Trust, the wood was bought in 1987 with grants from the National Heritage Memorial Fund, English Nature and the Worldwide Fund for Nature. The...