Liddington in Wiltshire, UK, is situated on the ancient Ridgeway track at the edge of the North Wessex Downs Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The village dates back well over 1000 years to the Saxon kingdom of Wessex, and is entered in the Domesday Book. The parish has been inhabited since the distant past, and the evidence is all around us: barrows, crop marks, field systems, the Roman road which forms part of the parish boundary, and the great iron age fortification of Liddington Castle surmounting the hill. Liddington is a great place to live, surrounded by spectacular countryside, with amazing views over the Vale of The White Horse, and close access to the M4 Motorway. The village is attached to the Borough of Swindon.