Wiltshire is a county in South West England, an area dominated by lowlands and wide valleys – most notably that of Salisbury Plain, which is famous for the historically significant manmade rock formations Stonehenge and Avebury stone circles.  The region sits on a mixture of geological formations, however the land is predominantly made of underlying […]


Based in southwest England, Gloucestershire is a historic county. The county town, from which it gets its name, is Gloucester. It is one of the most fertile regions in the UK, being home to natural meadows in Cotswold Hills, the valley of the River Severn, and the Forest of Dean, the three distinct landscape areas. […]


Dorset is found on England’s south coast, and its coastline is famous for its Jurassic , where many fossils and rock formations showing millions of years of geological history can be found. In fact, almost every known type of rock from through all prehistoric epochs can be found in Dorset.  The diversity of its landscape […]


Located in Britain’s South West Peninsula, Devon is a rural county made up of coastal cliffs, hilly landscapes, and sandy shores. Devon also has two unique coastlines, along the English Channel and the Celtic Sea. Devon is home to several Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty: the North Devon Coast, East Devon Area, South Devon, and […]