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Anti-tank devices (chains across the road, set in concrete blocks) were installed on the parish boundary across Tadpole Bridge that spans the River Ray.The Cenotaph on Purton High Street is a memorial to those who died in both world wars.RAF Blakehill Farm, north of Purton Stoke, was a RAF Transport Command station that operated from 1944 until 1946.United States troops were stationed in Braydon Wood, and attended dances at the Angel Hotel.It was demolished in 1868 and rebuilt in Pond Lane.This building was sold in 2011 and converted for residential use.

The village is a linear settlement along the old road between the historic market towns of Cricklade 4 miles (6.4 km) to the north and Royal Wootton Bassett 3 miles (4.8 km) to the south.The village has grown such that its retailers are not all concentrated in one centre.A few shops are on the main road at the junction with Pavenhill, and a few are around the bend in the road near the village hall.Nearby, Braydon Forest stretches out to Minety in the west.

Village amenities include several shops, a sub-post office, a library, public houses and restaurants, a GP's practice, dentist and veterinary surgery.At the Fox on the east side of the village, grave goods and bodies from a pagan Saxon cemetery have been excavated.



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