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Winterbourne Down, Gloucestershire

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Winterbourne Down, Gloucestershire

Winterbourne Down is a village in South Gloucestershire, and part of the Civil Parish of Winterbourne.[1] The Parish's annual May Day carnival is held here.

With spectacular views of Winterbourne Viaduct and areas of natural beauty, the Frome Valley Walkway passes through the village.

There are two churches which are opposite each other across Down Road: All Saints (Church of England) and Bethesda (Methodist).


  1. ^ OS Explorer Map, Bristol and Bath, Keynsham & Marshfield. Scale: 1:25 000.Publisher: Ordnance Survey B4 edition (2013). ISBN 978 0319239773

External links

  • The Frome Valley Walkway
  • The Winterbourne Down May Day Village Carnival
  • 1st Winterbourne Down and Buryside Scout Group

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