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Copse Side Farm, Ansty, Salisbury.
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Easily accessed off the A 30, between Shaftsbury and Wilton, the site lies along one side of a long narrowish paddock at the end of 0.4 ml tarmac and concrete drive, past the farm house. The first two pitches are on a large hardstanding area, adjacent to the drinking water point, with the other, well spaced, grass pitches extending down the field, all with EHU. The site looks to the South East towards one of the ridges of Cannock Chase, and there is a dog walk from the bottom end of the site which leads onto a byway and from there one can access the ridge. There is a circular walk of about a mile which takes in the blue bell wood behind the site, Old Wardour Castle can be reached using footpaths, byways and lanes, and other walks, and mountain bike rides, of varying lengths can be done from the Chase ridge. Shaftsbury, Salisbury, Wilton House and Stonehenge are all within an easy drive, and other less well known places of interest close by are the Fovent Hillside Military Badges, Fonthill Estate and lake, and the Messums Gallery at Tisbury. There is a regular bus service between Shaftsbury and Salisbury that passes the entrance drive, although I don't know how often they run. There is a large Tesco, with a filling station, at Shaftsbury, and within walking distance from the site a good farm shop and cafe. The lovely lady owner, Beryl, is very friendly and helpful. We would not hesitate to use this lovely peaceful site again.
Not all that wander are lost! They're just taking their dog for a walk!!


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Thanks nellie, sounds good
A dog is for life..... Not just for Lockdown
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