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About Winsford in Somerset
Winsford is in Somerset and lies within the Exmoor National Park, 5 miles north west of Dulverton and 8 miles south west of Dunster.
It is an ancient moorland village, famed for the understated charm of it's cottages, it's ford, the village green and it's eight bridges which span both the River Exe and the Winn brook.
Winsford Hill is the location of the Wambarrows, bronze age burial sites, and the standing 'Caractacus' stone believed to have been erected by pagan inhabitants of the village as a memorial. The huge Punchbowl is the southernmost geological formation from the last ice age and the ancient clapper bridge at Tarr Steps, on the Barle river, is another rarity.
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