Fiddleford is a hamlet in the county of Dorset in southern England. Fiddleford is situated between Sturminster Newton and Okeford Fitzpaine in the North Dorset administrative district. It was founded by an English nobleman named Fitela (Fitela's Ford), and the aforementioned ford is over the River Stour.
Southwest of Fiddleford is Piddles Wood.
Every second month residents of Fiddleford produce the 'Fiddleford Flyer', a local magazine.
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