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Downton Moot

Created in the early 18th century out of the ruins of a substantial 12th century earthwork castle, Downton Moot Garden is now owned by a

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Tinneys Fir

Tinney’s Firs is an attractive, mature, mainly broadleaf woodland named after a stand of large Douglas fir. An old brick kiln and unusual ponds hint

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Landford Recreation Ground

This is a safe and pleasant place in which children can play. Facilities include a football pitch, play equipment, basket ball court (including zip-wire, seesaw,

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Stoke Lake (the Creek)

Stoke Lake, Alver Creek, or ‘The Creek’ as it is known to locals, is divided by Jackie Spenser’s bridge that used to carry the railway

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