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Bulford

Bulford

Old Coach Road, Bulford

Bulford

Bulford shown within Wiltshire

Population
4,201 (in 2011)[1]

OS grid reference
SU168434

Civil parish

Bulford

Unitary authority

Wiltshire

Ceremonial county

Wiltshire

Region

South West

Country
England

Sovereign state
United Kingdom

Post town
Salisbury

Postcode district
SP4

Dialling code
01980

Police
Wiltshire

Fire
Dorset and Wiltshire

Ambulance
South Western

EU Parliament
South West England

UK Parliament

Devizes

Website
Parish Council

List of places
UK
England
WiltshireCoordinates: 51°11′24″N 1°45′40″W / 51.190°N 1.761°W / 51.190; -1.761

Bulford is a village and civil parish in Wiltshire, England, close to Salisbury Plain. The village is close to Durrington and about 1.5 miles (2.4 km) north of the town of Amesbury. The Bulford Camp army base is separate from the village but within the parish.
The Salisbury Avon forms the western boundary of the parish, and the village is near the confluence of the Nine Mile River with the Avon.

The Bulford Kiwi

The Bulford Kiwi a large chalk representation of a kiwi on the hill above the village.

Contents

1 History
2 Governance
3 Religious sites

3.1 Parish church
3.2 Independent chapel
3.3 Bulford Camp

4 Schools
5 References
6 External links

History[edit]
Evidence of occupation of the area in the late Neolithic era is provided by many round barrows on the downs.[2] A Bronze Age boundary ditch is in the northeast of the parish.[3]
The 1086 Domesday Book recorded 39 households at Bulford, within an estate of Amesbury Abbey.[4]
The name is derived from the Old English bulut ieg ford meaning ‘ragged robin island ford’.[5] It is recorded in the Wiltshire Charter Rolls of 1199 as Bultiford and as Bultesforda in 1270. It is then recorded as Bulteforde in the Ecclesiastical Tax Records of 1291.[6]
From 1897, land east of Bulford began to be used by the Army as Bulford Camp. In 1906 the Amesbury and Military Camp Light Railway was extended from Amesbury into the camp and a station was provided at Bulford, on the southern edge of the village where the line crossed the road which is now the A3028. The line closed to passengers in 1952 but goods services continued until 1963.[7]
Governance[edit]
The civil parish elects a parish council. It is in the area of Wiltshire Council, a unitary authority which is respo

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