Nearby: Witham Charterhouse
Witham Charterhouse was the earliest of the ten medieval Carthusian houses (charterhouses) in England.
It was established at Witham Friary, Somerset, in 1178/1179 from a founding party led by a mo...
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Witham Charterhouse
Witham Charterhouse was the earliest of the ten medieval Carthusian houses (charterhouses) in England.
It was established at Witham Friary, Somerset, in 1178/1179 from a founding party led by a mo...
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Church of St Mary, Witham Friary
The Church of St Mary in Witham Friary, Somerset, England, dates from around 1200 and it has been designated as a Grade I listed building.The church was originally part of the priory which gave the vi...
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Witham Friary
2°21′58″W / 51.169°N 2.366°W / 51.169; -2.366Witham Friary is a small English village and civil parish located between the towns of Frome and Bruton in the county of Somerset...
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Witham (Somerset) railway station
Witham (Somerset) railway station was a station serving the Somerset village of Witham Friary and was located on the Frome to Yeovil section of the Wilts, Somerset and Weymouth Railway that opened in ...
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North Brewham Meadows
North Brewham Meadows (grid reference ST743379) is an 8.9 hectare (21.9 acre) biological Site of Special Scientific Interest at North Brewham in Somerset, England, notified in 1987.These traditionally...
Postlebury Wood
Postlebury Wood (grid reference ST740430) is an 87 hectare biological Site of Special Scientific Interest south of Trudoxhill in Somerset, notified in 1987.Postlebury Wood is a large and relatively un...
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Trudoxhill
2°21′59″W / 51.1902°N 2.3663°W / 51.1902; -2.3663Trudoxhill is a village and civil parish near Nunney in the Mendip district of Somerset, England.
The name Trudoxhill come...
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Wanstrow railway station
Wanstrow railway station was a small station on the East Somerset Railway serving the village of Wanstrow in Somerset.The East Somerset Railway opened between its junction with the Wilts, Somerset and...
Marston Moat
Marston Moat is the site of a fortified manor house in the parish of Trudoxhill, Somerset, England. It has been designated as a Scheduled Ancient Monument. It is now on the Heritage at Risk register d...
Church of St Leonard, Marston Bigot
The Church of St Leonard in Marston Bigot, Somerset, England, was built on the site of an older one and was opened to the public in 1789. It has been designated as a Grade I listed building.It is dedi...
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Upton Noble
2°24′32″W / 51.15404°N 2.40888°W / 51.15404; -2.40888Upton Noble is a village and civil parish on the River Frome. It is roughly 4.5 miles (7 km) north-east of Bruton, an...
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Wanstrow
2°24′32″W / 51.172°N 2.409°W / 51.172; -2.409Wanstrow is a village and civil parish 6 miles (9.7 km) south west of Frome in the Mendip district of Somerset, England. The ...
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Marston Bigot
2°20′50″W / 51.202751°N 2.347118°W / 51.202751; -2.347118Marston Bigot is a small village near Nunney and 3 miles (5 km) south of Frome in Somerset, England.
Marston ...
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Nunney
2°22′43″W / 51.2080°N 2.3786°W / 51.2080; -2.3786Nunney is a village and civil parish near Frome in the Mendip local government district within the English county of Somerset....
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Church of All Saints, Nunney
The Church of All Saints at Nunney, Somerset, England, is a Grade I listed building dating from the 12th century.It was probably built on the site of an earlier Saxon or Norman church from which a Sax...
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King Alfred's Tower
King Alfred's Tower, also known as The Folly of King Alfred the Great or Stourton Tower, is a folly tower. It is in the parish of Brewham in the English county of Somerset, and was built as part of th...
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Kilmington, Wiltshire
2°19′57″W / 51.1281°N 2.3325°W / 51.1281; -2.3325Kilmington is a village and civil parish in the extreme west of Wiltshire, England. The parish includes the hamlet of Norton ...
Leland Trail
The Leland Trail, a 28 miles (45.1 km) footpath in Somerset, England. It runs from King Alfred's Tower in Penselwood to Ham Hill Country Park.
The path was established by creating rights of w...
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Nunney Castle
Nunney Castle is a medieval castle at Nunney in the English county of Somerset. Built in the late 14th century by Sir John Delamare on the profits of his involvement in the Hundred Years War, the moat...
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Holwell Quarries
Holwell Quarries (grid reference ST726450) is a 1.3 hectare geological Site of Special Scientific Interest at Holwell near Nunney on the Mendip Hills in Somerset, notified in 1952.Holwell Quarries rep...
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Colemans Quarry
Colemans Quarry, grid reference ST726452 is a limestone quarry at Holwell, near Nunney on the Mendip Hills, Somerset, England.The Colemans Quarry complex comprises four pits separated by three roads (...
Brewham
2°24′03″W / 51.1261°N 2.4009°W / 51.1261; -2.4009Brewham is a civil parish in Somerset, England, consisting of the villages of North Brewham and South Brewham, on either side ...
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Cloford Quarry
Cloford Quarry (grid reference ST718444) is a 39.92-hectare (98.6-acre) geological Site of Special Scientific Interest to the south of the A361 approximately 350 metres (1,150 ft) north of the ha...
Kenwalch's Castle
Kenwalch's Castle is probably an Iron Age hill fort that may have been converted into a Roman fortress in Penselwood, Somerset, England, 6.6 kilometres (4 mi) East South East of Bruton at grid re...
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Bradley Woods
Bradley Woods (grid reference ST789410) is an area of woodland in Wiltshire, south of Longleat Woods and north of Gare Hill.A 48.7 hectare area within the site has been notified as a biological Site o...
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Heath Hill Farm
Heath Hill Farm (grid reference ST757336) is a 20.73 hectare biological Site of Special Scientific Interest near Stourton in Wiltshire, notified in 1997. Part of the Stourhead estate, it is also situa...
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Church of the Holy Trinity, Chantry
The Church of the Holy Trinity at Chantry, in the parish of Whatley, Somerset, England, dates from 1844–46. It was designed by George Gilbert Scott and William Moffatt, with further work by William G...
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Manor Farmhouse Gatehouse, Whatley
The Manor Farmhouse Gatehouse in Whatley, Somerset, England, was built around 1500 and has been designated as a Grade I listed building.Manor Farm is closely associated with the Church of the Holy Tri...
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Blatchbridge
Blatchbridge is a hamlet within the civil parish of Selwood in Somerset, England, situated on the B3092 road from Frome to Maiden Bradley.It formerly had a Blacksmith's Shop, situated on the Frome sid...
Leighton Road Cutting
Leighton Road Cutting (grid reference ST702437) is a 0.6 hectare geological Site of Special Scientific Interest between East Cranmore and Cloford in Somerset, notified in 1984. It is a Geological Cons...