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Chieveley is a village and civil parish about 4 miles north of Newbury in Berkshire, close to the M4 motorway and A34 road. The landscape is of gently rolling chalk hills. The land is predominantly arable with some dairy, sheep and pigs. There is a healthy quantity of woodland and abundant wildlife. There is a network of green lanes and footpaths that afford good walking.
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