Situated on a high plateau of chalk grassland north west of Marlborough, this former National Nature Reserve has one of  the best collection of sarsen stones in Britain.

Fyfield Down is a Site of Special Scientific Interest for its biological and geological importance.  Numerous footpaths and bridleways crisscross the area which is scattered with sarsens – sometimes called grey wethers as, from a distance, they look like sheep.  The Ridgeway National Trail runs along its boundary

Further Information

What3Words: finalists.mixers.sharper
Grid Reference:  SU129707

Image: Fyfield Down Credit: Ann Shepley