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Malmesbury and the Bristol River Avon round

Malmesbury is a charming market town in the Cotswolds, Wiltshire known as Queen of Hilltop Towns lies on a perfect flat hilltop encircled by the River Avon thus probably making it the country’s best naturally defended inland location.

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Cotswolds – Slaughterford and By Brook round

Slaughterford is a small village about 5 miles west of Chippenham, in the Cotswolds, Wiltshire. The village is a crossing point of the river By Brook in a wooded valley between Castle Combe and Box.

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Cotswolds – Castle Combe and By Brook round

Castle Combe with its traditional Cotswold Stone cottages is a small medieval village said to be one of the prettiest villages in England and sits within the Cotswolds Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty in north-west Wiltshire.

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Avebury Stone Circle and West Kennet Long Barrow round

Avebury is a World Heritage Site due to its outstanding Neolithic and Bronze Age landscape. Most of the village is encircled by the prehistoric Avebury Stone Circle.

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Wiltshire Walks

Salisbury – Old Sarum – River Avon – Salisbury Cathedral round

Salisbury is a cathedral city located in the south east of Wiltshire on the edge of Salisbury Plane. Although it was not established as a city until 1220 there has been a settlement had been in the area since prehistory.

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Butterflies and Wildlife on the Hampshire River Avon from Downton round

Downton is a very attractive Wiltshire village with 13th century thatched cottages and village greens. It is surrounded by water meadows and chalk downlands and straddles the Hampshire River Avon just outside the New Forest National Park.

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