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St. Catherine’s Hill

For today’s video we have left our Chilcomb offices and gone on a short walk to St. Catherine’s Hill. There’s a lot to see up the hill, including a labyrinth, a hill fort and a bet that resulted in a stand of trees being planted in one day.

 

 

Note: Dave got the Hants Field Club volume number wrong in his excitement, so to give it its full style and title it is Saint Catharine’s Hill, Winchester, by C F C Hawkes, J N L Myers, C G Stevens, Hampshire Field Club Proceedings, Volume 11 (1930).

 

Video superbly made by Alex Thomson

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