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Runnymede Pleasure Ground added to Parks and Recreation in South East by CaptainAdrona on 02/02/2020

No council bylaws present restricting the use of drones or model aircrafts. This park is does not fall under the National Trust either.

From the planning document: Runnymede Pleasure Grounds (RPG) is a public open space on the banks of the River Thames, mid-way between Egham and Old Windsor. It is held by the Council as Trustee and the Trustee function is delegated to the Community Services Committee.

As mentioned in the warning, this park can get busy, especially on weekends. Would err on the side of caution flying here.

Land owner permission not required.

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Co-ordinates: 51.44181, -0.551291 • what3words: ///bulb.highs.arts

The originator declared that this location was not inside a Flight Restriction Zone at the time of being flown on 02/02/2020. It remains the responsibility of any pilot to check for any changes before flying at the same location.

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Gunby Hall (By john768)

Gunby Hall is a country house in Gunby, near Spilsby, in Lincolnshire, England, reached by a half mile long private drive. The Estate comprises the 42-room Gunby Hall, In 1944 the trustees of the Gunby Hall Estate, Lady Montgomery-Massingberd, Major Norman Leith-Hay-Clarke and Field Marshal Sir Archibald Montgomery-Massingberd, gave the house to the National Trust together with its contents and some 1,500 acres of land.
Minor roads around estate to take off and land that don,t belong to National Trust

Land owner permission requirements unknown.

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Co-ordinates: 53.17876, 0.193924 • what3words: ///together.simulations.having

Chapman's Pool (By MavicAir)

Free parking (with donation request) is available at Renscombe car park, BH19 3LL. TOAL is possible from the cliffs above the cove on a windless day, or from down on the beach itself. Warning - soft, muddy, steep acess - use the path to the fisherman's huts, don't be tempted to access the beach directly.

Land owner permission not required.

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Co-ordinates: 50.59258, -2.06821 • what3words: ///dairy.interlude.rots

West Hill, Corfe Castle (By MavicAir)

A bit of a climb up to the viewpoint on West Hill from the fee parking at the bottom, but this puts you just outside the NT land, so you're free to TOAL.

Land owner permission not required.

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Co-ordinates: 50.64099, -2.065349 • what3words: ///tarred.threaten.crackled

Gummers How, Lake District (By The1stHill)

Land owner permission requirements unknown.

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Co-ordinates: 54.28828, -2.937813 • what3words: ///shields.shelters.clinking

South Walney (By The1stHill)

Land owner permission requirements unknown.

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Co-ordinates: 54.05584, -3.216934 • what3words: ///irritable.cluttered.claps

Devils Bridge, Kirkby Lonsdale (By Itsupyoursleeve)

A great place to visit any time of year. The dog friendly Kirkby Lonsdale Brewery (The Royal Barn) is a must if you like beer, coffee & cake.
https://youtu.be/du5_56TQswo

Land owner permission requirements unknown.

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Co-ordinates: 54.19811, -2.591808 • what3words: ///support.risky.galloped

Wotton-under-Edge BT Tower (By clinkadink)

Parking and TOAL was in front of the gate of the tower, on the side of the road. It looks derelict, but apparently it's still active.

Wotton-under-Edge BT Tower is a telecommunication tower built of reinforced concrete at Wotton-under-Edge in Gloucestershire, UK. Wotton-under-Edge BT Tower is one of the few British towers built of reinforced concrete.

http://www.dgsys.co.uk/btmicrowave/sites/218.php

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wotton-under-Edge_BT_Tower

Land owner permission not required.

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Co-ordinates: 51.64931, -2.304078 • what3words: ///life.payout.unsettled

Uley Bury Hillfort (By clinkadink)

Parking was in a lay-by on Fort Road, South of the hillfort. TOAL was from the top.

Uley Bury is a sub-rectangular Iron Age bivallate hill-fort. There are three entrances to the fort, the main one in the north. The earthwork is mutilated in places by later quarrying. Finds from the camp include a Dobunic gold stater, a quern of Roman date and a bronze mask. Trial excavations at the east entrance in 1976 also found an Iron Age metalled road, pottery, a bronze ringheaded pin, penannular brooch and currency bars, as well as a crouched burial. Internally aerial photographs show cropmarks which represent an extensive settlement, with rectilinear enclosures and round houses (seen as ring ditches). An extensive collection of flint artefacts, also found at the hillfort, points to an extensive pre-Iron Age settlement at Uley Bury.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Uley_Bury

Land owner permission not required.

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Co-ordinates: 51.68847, -2.313108 • what3words: ///storeroom.relaxed.destiny

Uley Long Barrow (By clinkadink)

Parking and TOAL was from a lay-by off the B4066, South East of the site.

Uley Long Barrow is a partially reconstructed Neolithic chambered mound. It is 37 metres long and overlooks the Severn Valley. It's known locally as Hetty Pegler's Tump, after Hester Pegler who owned the land in the 17th century.

The barrow as seen today is largely the result of the excavation and reconstruction undertaken by Dr John Thurnham in 1854 and subsequent repairs in 1871, 1891 and 1906.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Uley_Long_Barrow

Land owner permission not required.

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Co-ordinates: 51.69864, -2.305888 • what3words: ///grafted.picked.gripes

Coaley Peak (By clinkadink)

Parking is free at the site, TOAL was from the grassy area next to the car park.

Coaley Peak is a picnic site and viewpoint in the English county of Gloucestershire. Located about 4 miles south-west of the town of Stroud overlooking the village of Coaley, Coaley Peak offers 12 acres of reclaimed farmland with views over the Severn Vale and the Forest of Dean.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Coaley_Peak

Land owner permission not required.

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Co-ordinates: 51.70851, -2.298946 • what3words: ///mice.tastings.dissolve


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