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Roundway Hill Covert

Welcome to Roundway Hill Covert Roundway Hill Covert is a 68 acre broadleaf woodland, mostly of ash. Within the wood are sunny, grassy areas where chalk-loving plants grow and a wide variety of insects,...

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Swillbrook Lakes

Welcome to Swillbrook Lakes Managed by the Wiltshire Wildlife Trust, this site is owned by The Hills Group which has shown a commitment to maintain the site for nature conservation. Swillbrook Lakes is a...

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Crop Circles

Wiltshire is famous for the many and intricate crop circle formations that magically appear! Or is there a more ordinary explanation? Crop circles are normally large and created by the flattening of the crop...

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Moonrakers

Wiltshire smugglers were carrying illicit brandy when they were surprised by Excisemen. In a thrice, they dumped the brandy into a pond and commenced to rake at the water with their long handled implements....

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Trowbridge Museum

Welcome to Trowbridge Museum Home Page Museum Logo A story of Trowbridge, its people and its wool industry. Trowbridge Museum was first opened in July 1990 and is situated on the 2nd floor of...

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Wiltshire Pubs

The George Inn – Lacock The Poplars – Wingfield, Trowbridge The Swan – Wilton The White Hart – Castle Combe The Poplars – Wingfield The Poplars has been a Pub since the early 1950s....