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White Horse Hill audio trail


Posted on September 25th, by admin in Audio Trails. Comments Off on White Horse Hill audio trail

White Horse Hill audio trail

Written and produced in 2006, this audio trail is still as relevant and evocative today as it was then.

“The tracks have stood the test of time and certainly include facts that I wasn’t aware of myself, what with being relatively new to post.”

Robert Sharman, the National Trust Warden – August 2012

No-one really knows how or why the 3,000 year old figure of the White Horse came to be, yet during this audio trail National Trust staff reveal what evidence they have uncovered to understand its origin. They also reveal many other myths and legends that engulf this site in mystery and intrigue.

If you live in, or are visiting, Oxfordshire or Berkshire you cannot miss a visit to the Vale of the White Horse to take in Uffington Castle, King Alfred’s Thorn and the Tom Brown School Museum.

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Visit nationaltrust.org.uk to follow the trail and listen to the audio tour.





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