Baildon Moor

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Baildon Moor: 739 Acres (299 hectares) of grassy moorland, including an area of woodland with a stream. There are also to be found disused quarries, old bell pitts, large outcrops of rocks and on the moor opposite Bracken Hall there is a neolithic stone circle known as Soldier's Trench which is said to date from the Bronze Age, 3,000 years ago..

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Shipley Glen

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