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Visits to Wansdyke

There is no substitute for an actual visit! I have made several visits to Wansdyke myself, during my stays in Britain over the years.

Why not yours?

Have you also visited wansdyke? Taken some pictures, by any chance? Would you like to write a short report of their experience, just some words or a few pages? I'll guarantee that it gets published in this part.

Please join these visitors -contact me!

The image shows me, during a visit to East Wansdyke in 1994.

  Current Contents:

2007: Lisa Newton-Goverd: Maes Knoll - Stantonbury Hill.
Guest article by Lisa Newton-Goverd, who walked from Maes Knoll to Stantonbury Hill with her dad.

 

Wansdyke visit 2007

   

2006: Armin Grewe: East Wansdyke - Morgan's Hill.
Guest article by Armin Grewe, who walked from the A 361 to Morgan's Hill.

 

Wansdyke visit 2006

   

2006: Armin Grewe: East Wansdyke - Milk Hill.
Guest article by Armin Grewe, who walked from Walker's Hill to Milk Hill.

 

Wansdyke visit 2006

   

2003: 'Wayne': 'Mid'-Wansdyke - Kingsdown.
Guest article by an anonymous 'explorer' of tunnels and derelict buildings.

 

Wansdyke visit 2003

   

2003: Longleaze Primary School: East Wansdyke - West Woods to Tan Hill.
No less than 51 reports by pupils from Longleaze Primary School, who walked from West Woods to Tan Hill and back.

 

Wansdyke visit 2003

   

2002: Mjausson: East Wansdyke - Milk Hill to Shaw.
Guest article by Mjausson, who walked from Red Shore to the West Woods.

 

Wansdyke visit 2002

   

2001: Jonathan Fryer: West Wansdyke - Compton Dando.
Guest article by Jonathan Fryer, who walked from Compton Dando to Stantonbury.

 

Wansdyke visit 2001

   

2001: Edwin Deady: East Wansdyke - West Woods.
Guest article by Edwin Deady, who walked from Shaw House through West Woods.

 

Wansdyke visit 2001

   

2001: Joe Boyles and Jake Livingston: East Wansdyke - Shepherds' Shore.
Guest article by Jake & Joe, who walked a few miles east from Sheperds' Shore.

 

Wansdyke visit 2001

   

1996: Mike Hansford: West Wansdyke - Maes Knoll.
Guest article by Mike Hansford, who walked across the summit of Maes Knoll.

 

Wansdyke visit1996

   

1996: East Wansdyke - Milk Hill.
My last visit to date. Another trip to Milk Hill on East Wansdyke, looking at this great monument and its place in the landscape.

 

Wansdyke visit1996

   

1996: West Wansdyke - Maes Knoll.
My first visit to West Wansdyke, walking up Maes Knoll and looking at the western end of Wansdyke.

 

Wansdyke visit1996

   

1994: Keith Nurse: East Wansdyke - Shepherds' Shore.
Guest article by Keith Nurse, who walked a short distance west from Sheperds' Shore.

 

Wansdyke visit1994

   

1994: East Wansdyke - Milk Hill.
My first real visit, this time with my wife, walking across Milk Hill and enjoying the great views.

 

Wansdyke visit1994

   

1992: East Wansdyke - Shaw House.
Another bike tour, this time with my fiancee, and in a lot worse weather. We passed Wansdyke near Red Shore, hurrying past..

 

Wansdyke visit1992

   

1989: East Wansdyke - West Woods.
Not much of a visit, but still my first one. With 3 friends on a bike tour through south England.

 

Wansdyke visit1989

More to come...


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