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Bedfordshire
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Berkshire
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Buckinghamshire
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Cambridgeshire
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Cornwall
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Devon
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Dorset
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Essex
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Gloucestershire
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Hampshire
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Herefordshire
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Hertfordshire
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The Icknield Way Ancient Trackway
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Isles of Scilly
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The Isle of Wight
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Kent
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London
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Norfolk
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Northamptonshire
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Oxfordshire
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The Ridgeway Ancient Trackway
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Somerset
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Suffolk
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Surrey
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Warwickshire
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West Sussex
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Wiltshire
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Worcestershire

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Know Your Place!


Know Your Place project puts three more counties on the map

Announcing the launch of Know Your Place in Wiltshire, Bath & NE Somerset and Gloucestershire

www.kypwest.org... continues...
Chance Posted by Chance
24th October 2016ce

South-West World Heritage Sites join forces for interactive sustainable transport map


For those who enjoy playing with maps and sustainable transport.......


Four of the South-West's most breathtaking nature areas, including the famous Jurrasic Coast, are hoping to make travel to the heritage sites easier than ever with a new website... continues...
moss Posted by moss
8th January 2010ce

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The Wessex Hillforts Project


The Wessex Hillforts Project is an extensive survey of hillforts in central southern England.

The book is compiled by Andrew Payne, Mark Corney and Barry Cunliff and is available in paperback ISBN: 9781873592854.

The publication is now available to download free in PDF format from English Heritage. See above.
Chance Posted by Chance
11th January 2012ce

Latest posts for Southern England

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The Cove (Standing Stones) — Images (click to view fullsize)

<b>The Cove</b>Posted by thesweetcheat thesweetcheat Posted by thesweetcheat
18th February 2019ce

Kemyel 2 (Standing Stone / Menhir) — Images

<b>Kemyel 2</b>Posted by markj99 Posted by markj99
18th February 2019ce

Kemyel (Standing Stone / Menhir) — Images

<b>Kemyel</b>Posted by markj99 Posted by markj99
18th February 2019ce

Castallack Round (Ancient Village / Settlement / Misc. Earthwork) — Images

<b>Castallack Round</b>Posted by markj99 Posted by markj99
18th February 2019ce

Trevelloe Carn (Natural Rock Feature) — Images

<b>Trevelloe Carn</b>Posted by markj99 Posted by markj99
18th February 2019ce

Trevelloe Carn (Natural Rock Feature) — Fieldnotes

Visited 07.02.19

About 1 mile out of Sheffield on the B3315 towards St Buryan there is a crossroads. Trevelloe farm is on the left and Trevelloe House is on the right. Turn right down a farm track until you can see Trevelloe house on the right. There is a parallel private drive which is tarmacked. The Trevelloe Carn is visible within the grounds of Trevelloe House. It seems to have been incorporated into the garden. It does not seem that public access is encouraged so I settled for a distant view.
Posted by markj99
18th February 2019ce

Tom Thumb Rock (Natural Rock Feature) — Images

<b>Tom Thumb Rock</b>Posted by markj99<b>Tom Thumb Rock</b>Posted by markj99<b>Tom Thumb Rock</b>Posted by markj99 Posted by markj99
18th February 2019ce

Tom Thumb Rock (Natural Rock Feature) — Fieldnotes

Visited 06.02.19

Head for Land's End on the A30. Around 3 miles from Land's End turn right towards the airport on the B3306. Go past the airport and through Kelynack village. Bosavern House is around 0.5 mile on the right with public parking on the left for a footpath. If you walk right towards St Just you will see Tom Thumb Rock on your left at the edge of the field. Walk to the edge of the field and follow the hedge down to the rock. It is an unexpected shape and size. Two large basins on the edge of the rock have been eroded to form seats.
Posted by markj99
18th February 2019ce
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