Here are details and photographs for the footpath from Puddledock Lane to Greenhill.

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 From Puddledock Lane: Take the footpath that starts at the bend in Puddledock Lane, next to the new Sutton Farm. Follow the path out into the fields  

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   From Greenhill: Follow the path, keeping the fence close on your left hand side. The path turns to the left and through a gate, and then crosses the next field towards the trees, and thence out into Puddledock Lane.

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 This copse, on the flank of Chalbury Hill Fort, is all that is left of the name of Rimbury. In the early 19th Century, farm workers, clearing the field near here for ploughing, found buried pre-Roman funerary pots containing bones and ash. This site is one of the type-sites of the style and culture known as Deverel-Rimbury.  

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 From Puddledock Lane: Follow the path across the first field and then through the gate. Now keep the fence close on your right hand side as it turns to the right, below the flank of Chalbury Hill Fort  

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The view to the north, towards the houses near the top of Plaisters Lane, and the Ridgeway behind  

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 From Puddledock Lane: The path goes through the next gate and veers to the left, making for a gap in the hedge into the next field  

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   From Greenhill: Make for the gap in the hedge. Then turn slightly to the right and follow the path across the next field towards the gate. After the gate, follow the path, keeping the fence close on your left hand side

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   From Greenhill: This footpath starts at Combe Valley Road, just to the north of Chalbury Hill Fort. Go over the stile, and cross the field keeping close to the fence on your right.

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