The Ramblers' Trail is a figure of eight beginning and ending at the Prince Leopold Inn, Upton Lovell,Wiltshire BA12 0HL. Bird Henge, created by the Scraptors Sculpture Group is by a public path on the Trail which is 3.33 miles long. Below on the right are details of each of the thirteen stages with images present and past of historical remains from Saxon carvings to a D-Day Bridge.This project was enabled by a Cranborne Chase and West Wiltshire Downs AONB grant.
Launch Ramble on Bird Henge Trail November 15th 2014
We launched the online Bird Henge Ramblers' Trail with a free guided ramble on November 15th 2014 guided by Scraptor Anthony Wilson. The rain clouds rolled away to leave a dry but murky day for the 30 or so ramblers who gathered at the Prince Leopold Inn in Upton Lovell.
We would like to know more about the annual deliberate flooding of the water meadows.When did it end? And there are photos here of British and Australasian soldiers at Heytesbury Camp in World War 1.It would be great to know who they were and their life stories.