Codford is a village and civil parish south of Salisbury Plain in the Wylye Valley in Wiltshire, England. The village lies some 7 miles (11 km) South East of Warminster.
The village is on the A36 road between Salisbury and Warminster. The A36 previously ran along the whole length of the High Street, but a bypass which was built in the 1990s removed the through traffic.
The Chitterne Brook flows north-south through the parish, then turns southeast to flow through Codford St Mary before joining the Wylye.
Codford lies in the centre of the beautiful Wylye Valley, between Salisbury and Bath.
We have a range of local facilities including shop, post office, Doctors surgery, primary school, pre-school and bar as well as regular seasonal events including the popular ploughman’s lunches to support local community groups and churches and Artisan Markets to help support local small businesses.
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Codford is blessed with such a large facility at the centre of our village. It is important to
ensure that the grounds stay in good condition and the comfort and safety of those using them
is protected. The following summarise the rules in place for use of the Broadleaze Fields.
Codford Parishioners and their Guests are welcome to:
•Allow children to use the playpark
•For small groups to play ball games
•Play tennis (see conditions posted on the court)
The following require permission:
•Driving vehicles onto the fields
•Playing organised team sports
•Playing tennis tournaments
•Holding a party
•Playing loud music
•Holding a barbeque
•The consumption of alcohol not bought from the Codford Broadleaze Bar
•Erecting tentage or staying overnight
It is not permitted to:
•Exercise animals on the fields
•Spoil the enjoyment of others
•Undertake any illegal activity