A free ramblers' trail, circa 3.33 miles long,  taking in Saxon carving, a mediaeval knight's tomb,remains of water meadow technology and a an American World War 11 bridge built during the planning of D-Day.The trail starts and ends at the Prince Leopold pub in Upton Lovell near Warminster in the Wylye Valley in Wiltshire. It passes Bird Henge,a modern installation of giant birds made by the Scraptors Sculpture Group with recycled sculpture. The blog www.birdhengetrailwiltshire.blogspot.com has full details with images of sites on the trail as they are today and in the past.