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New this month:

  • Some photos of Badbury Rings in the snow we had this time last month,
  • A very short entry on the Stops Hill Tunnel near Hindon in Wiltshire,
  • A page on the Nothe Fort in Wemouth, Dorset, and
  • Three short additions to the Breamore page on the Church, the Station and the Mill

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In these litigious time I should perhaps point out that the world is full of dangers, both seen and unseen, and that not everyone you meet, necessarily, has your best interests at heart. I cannot and will not accept any responsibility for any loss or damage you sustain, however caused, whilst visiting any of the places mentioned in this site, or as a result of following links to other web sites mentioned herein.

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