Morgans Hill

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Morgans Hill: Chalk downland reserve with spectacular views over the north Wiltshire countryside - an excellent place for a visit at any time of year. A chance to see the ever-changing display of plants and animals, from cowslips and violets in spring to many different orchids in the summer.


Archaelogical features on site include a Roman road (on the northern boundary) and the Wansdyke (on the southern boundary).

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From Devizes head northeast along A361 towards Swindon/Marlborough. Just out of Devizes take first turning towards Calne on brow of hill. After a few miles turn right into picnic site (Smallgrain), just past golf course. Ample parking at picnic site. Walk up grass slope towards ancient byway (the Wansdyke), turn right and walk up gently rising slope for 0.5 mile until reserve entrance (kissing gates) comes into view.

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