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Salisbury Cathedral “Doves Of Peace”

Les Colombes by multimedia artist Michael Pendry features a flock of around 2,500 white origami doves that ‘fly’ the length of the Cathedral nave. The installation opens to the public on Saturday 12 May.

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Places to visit

Swindon Designer Outlet, a Shoppers Dream!

The Swindon Designer Outlet is located in the beautifully renovated Grade II listed buildings of the Great Western Railway Works and is one of the largest covered designer outlets in Europe and is just 30 minutes by Train or Car (via the M4) from Chippenham.

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Salisbury Cathedral.
Places to visit

Salisbury and its Cathedral

After your visit to Stonehenge visit the lovely city of Salisbury. Walk into the Cathedral Close with its delightful period buildings and a superb all round view of the Cathedral. Also take a look around Mompesson House, National Trust, featured in Sense and Sensibility.

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Stonehenge
Places to visit

Stonehenge

Constructed around 5000 years ago Stonehenge is a World Heritage site about 40 minutes drive from Chippenham.

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Places to visit

Bath, its Abbey and Christmas Lights

Each year Bath has a Christmas Market. The market is widely accepted as one of the best in the country. It is certainly large with many varied stalls selling seasonal and non-seasonal food/drink and gifts,crafts of simple and innovative designs.

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New Forest National Park
Places to visit

New Forest National Park

The New Forest is an area of Southern England which includes one of the largest remaining tracts of unenclosed pasture land, heathland and forest in Southern England. The area was formally designated a National Park  on 1 March 2005. A National Park Authority for the New Forest was established on 1 April 2005 and assumed its full statutory powers on 1 April 2006. 

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Isambard Kingdom Brunels Box Tunnel.
Places to visit

Box Tunnel – between Bath and Chippenham

Box Tunnel is a railway tunnel between Bath and Chippenham, dug through Box Hill, and is one of the most significant structures on the Great Western Main Line between London and Bristol.

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