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A picturesque village in Wiltshire, within walking distance of the historic town of Bradford-on-Avon..
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As recently as 2001 it was awarded the title of 'Most Picturesque Village' by British Heritage Magazine's 2001 Traveller's Choice Awards...
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Gatherings of graceful medieval houses line the streets of Lacock..
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The Wiltshire Downs, especially around Maiden Bradley village, are wonderful. The landscape our village nestles in is various and memorable. The place is saturated with history.....
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Slaughterford is a small picturesque village in the county of Wiltshire, just 5 miles west of Chippenham, and 10 miles north of Bath...
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Edric Holmes described the village as "most delightfully situated", and Maurice Hewlett included Teffont in his list of the half dozen most beautiful villages in England...
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On 23rd March 1540, Watham Abbey was the last working Abbey or Monastery to be surrendered to the crown during the 'Dissolution of the Monasteries' which happened under King Henry VIII between 1536-1540 after his falling out with the pope. Over 800 religious buildings, including Monasteries, Abbeys, and Convents were disbanded during this period.