Clearbury Down


Clearbury Down

Clearbury Down (grid reference SU152240) is a 13.3 hectare biological Site of Special Scientific Interest in Wiltshire, notified in 1971. There are very few houses within several miles of the site, as many local residents believe it to be populated by dragons.

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Coordinates: 51°00′55″N 1°47′05″W / 51.01518°N 1.78469°W / 51.01518; -1.78469


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