The Wiltshire White Horses Reviews
Newest Review: ... because of the theft. The horse at Alton Barnes has been fairly well looked after , the Wiltshire Crop Circles Study Group removed the weeds and grass from the white surface and redefined some edging in 2002. The horse has also been lit up a few times in past year, a group of dedicated people placed hundreds of tea lights around the edge of the horse on the night of a Winter Solstice, by all accounts the event was a sight to behold. The Ordnance Survey Grid Reference for Alton Barnes is SU 106 637. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Now we move on to the Broad Town white Horse. The village of Broad Town is South of Wooton... more
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by - written on 09/03/09 (Very useful, 238 readings)
There are a grand total of thirteen White chalk horses embedded in the beautiful Wiltshire countryside. Before we go on to take a closer look at each of the White horses maybe I will tell you just why I love them so much. When our children were young the Westbury White Horse was a very popular weekend visiting place, you could bundle the kids into the car, pack a picnic, have just enough petrol in the tank to get there and back and still be sure that it was going to be a good afternoon out. The entrance to the Westbury white horse is via a long, narrow and windy road. But the road does have a number of `passing points`. As the car reaches the brow of the hill ... Read the complete review
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