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Wansdyke (from Woden's Dyke) is a series of early medieval defensive linear earthworks in the West Country of England, consisting of a ditch and a running embankment from the ditch spoil, with the ditching facing north.

East Wansdyke is an impressive linear earthwork, consisting of a ditch and bank running approximately east-west, between Savernake Forest and Morgan's Hill.

West Wansdyke is also a linear earthwork, running from Monkton Combe south of Bath to Maes Knoll south of Bristol, but less impressive than its eastern counterpart.

THE West Country accent is more likely to send a potential date running for the hills than any other.

"Unfortunately, women tend to gravitate to accents that they associate with being manly.

Shockingly, as many as 20 percent of people said that they wouldn’t date someone with an unappealing accent.

On the other end of the table, women found the Scottish accent to be the sexiest, while men find an Irish woman's voice irresistible.

Between Arthur Conan Doyle, Thomas Hardy, Daphne du Maurier and Robert Louis Stevenson, the canon of great literature has ensured that depictions of England’s south-west have never been far from our screens.