Saturday, 13 July 2013
Westbury in Wiltshire is approximately 18 miles from Bath and just 8 miles south of Trowbridge. It is most famous for its Westbury White Horse, located on the Bratton Downs and which is claimed to date back to King Alfred's time although the oldest records seem to date back to a much more recent 1742.
The views from the top of the hill are spectacular and the remains of an iron age fort can be located nearby. The chalk downlands form part of Salisbury plain and are popular with tourists, walkers and cyclists.
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