Friday and Saturday night stay. Pitched up in motor home on a completely flat pitch, on a raised area a few hundred yards away from the very pretty lakes. Nice to have electrics and water with each pitch and no "shrubbery" to negotiate when plugging in. Yes, you can hear a distant hum of the M4 occasionally, but didn't distract from the tranquility. A short walk to the chemical disposal area, which was the best I've seen. Waste water can be used on the new plants/shrubs which are being grown to enhance the camping area. Hand sanitiser everywhere. A lovely walk, past some unusual chickens down to the lakes. Nicely cut grass, but watch for "goose poo" as there are quite a few Canadian geese. Sat on a bench, admired the views, ducks and moorhens and watched the fishermen [and ladies] in glorious sunshine. We were lucky enough to see a young lad and his Dad? bring in a mirror carp, the lads personal best. We also spotted a Red Kite and a Heron - all in all a very enjoyable 2 nights - next time we might actually venture into Royal Wootton Bassett!