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Kendleshire is a small scattered settlement in South Gloucestershire, England. Between Winterbourne Down and Henfield.

Kendleshire village includes about a dozen residences, Woodlands Manor Nursing Home and The Golden Heart public house. Contrary to popular belief, very little of The Kendleshire Golf Club [1] lies within the hamlet of Kendleshire village. Only really the 16th, 22nd (and parts of the 20th & 21st) holes are included in the settlement, the clubhouse and the rest of the course being in Henfield.

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