The parish of Winsley lies east of the river Avon to the west of Bradford on Avon and is much associated with that town. It was part of the ancient parish of Bradford and, not being a large village, was often linked with Limpley Stoke on the western bank of the river Avon.
This river provides both the western and southern boundaries of the parish, which also contains Turleigh, the medieval settlements at Hartleigh, Haugh and Ashley, and the more recent settlements at Conkwell and Murhill. The parish is on a limestone plateau, with Forest Marble (clay and shelly limestone) in the north and east, and a broad sweep of Great Oolite limestone in the west and south. The settlements of Winsley, Turleigh and Conkwell all lie on the latter. The land rises from about 110 metres in the east to over 150 metres in the west, before dropping steeply into the Avon valley.
The food and service was second to none. A great atmosphere as well. We had a superb evening.
Paul - Oct 2015
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