Little Langford Down

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A stretch of chalk downland, tucked away in the middle of Grovely Wood, near Wilton. Set against a woodland backdrop, Little Langford Down is a beautiful place to visit. A striking feature of the reserve is the hundreds of ancient anthills, which provide basking sites for other insects.

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From the Salisbury to Warminster road (A36) in the village of Stoford turn off towards Great Wishford. Go past the church and Royal Oak pub then under the railway bridge and continue along Grovely Road for approximately 1 mile. Park at small car park, near the sign for Grovely Wood. On foot, follow the track into woods for 20 - 30 minutes until you come across a metal field gate. Continue along the bridleway past the gate, take the first turning to the right and follow the track for a further 5-10 minutes. Just past a left-hand bend, look out for a post with a white arrow on the right, follow the track indicated by the arrow and a short path will lead you to the entrance to the reserve.


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