Coordinates: 51°04′52″N 1°41′56″W / 51.081°N 01.699°W / 51.081; -01.699
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75.14 miles (120.9km)
South West England
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Pitton is also the name of a small village in the Gower Peninsula, Wales.
Pitton is a village located about 7 kilometers (4.3 mi) east of Salisbury, Wiltshire, United Kingdom, just off the A30 London Road. It has a primary school (Pitton C.E. Primary School), a village shop and post office, a pub (The Silver Plough), a church, a park, a village hall and a small recreation ground at the back. This recreation field contains a tennis court, a couple of goals, and a small area with a basketball hoop. It is sited north-east of Alderbury and north-west of Farley.
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The buses into Pitton are run by Wilts & Dorset, and there are two bustops (one by the park, one at the crossroads). The main buses are the 88 & 89 to Winterslow, although there is also an X87
Pitton School has been awarded International School Status in recognition of the work it has done to promote learning about other countries and their cultures as well as building vibrant partnerships with schools in such countries as Nepal. The core subjects offered at the school are English, Maths, IT, and RE, but the school also offers art, DT, geography, history, languages, music and PE.