Just because I've been there and done it doesn't mean that you can. You know your limitations, I don't, so if you go there it is at your own risk. By mentioning the place I'm not suggesting that you go there.
Tyneham, Dorset, BH20 5QN
Tyneham, on the west Dorset coast is, like Imber village in Wiltshire, one of the villages taken over by the War Office during World War II because they happened to be slap bang (pardon the pun) in the middle of their extended firing ranges. See the Imber village website. Neither was handed back to residents after the war, having proved too useful for continued military exercises. Both are worth visiting, public access to Tyneham is offered more often, and is in better condition, but there is a wonderful multi Routemaster old bus service to Imber one day each summer which is fun.
Check the Tyneham website for opening times.
The following photographs were taken over two visits and include photographs taken down at the beach where there used to be a small community called Worbarrow, which is about a mile down a track from Tyneham.
For Tyneham follow the postcode BH20 5QN and as you get close keep your eyes pealed for any sign (there may not be any!).