Buckland Rings

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Sophie
Lymington, UK97 bidrag
aug. 2020 • Venner
I live so close here and often take my dog for a walk there. I love it. It's pretty and very scenic. A lovely family place too.
Skrevet 17. august 2020
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AliceG288
Lymington, UK108 bidrag
jul. 2020
An interesting and varied walk through woodland and open fields here. Not a long walk, but enjoyable to stroll and learn about the history of The Rings.
Skrevet 4. august 2020
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juliaandadam123
Ashford, UK1 466 bidrag
nov. 2019 • Par
There are certainly historic remnants here as seen in the landscape, however without the signs or the wonder of Google these would lie missed by many!
Those who enjoy walking where are ancestors stood should visit for a while and enjoy the peace wondering about those from long ago.
Skrevet 10. november 2019
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Guy W
Brockenhurst, UK183 bidrag
jun. 2019 • Familie
Having passed the rings on several occasions I decided to take a walk around it.I agree that it can be a little confusing to begin with but as you walk around and read the signs things start to fall into place. The old earth fort walls are covered with woods now but the banks are still clearly visible and accessible. With a little imagination the former Iron Age hill fort comes to life. It's a fairly modest sight but worth a visit.It would e a struggle for anyone in a wheel chair and there are no loos on the sight.
Skrevet 2. juli 2019
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Claire J
1 bidrag
jun. 2019 • Par
There IS a car park off of Silver Street but it will only take 2 or 3 cars. There are now new information plaques and benches in the 1st field and a new entrance off of Southampton Road that has been raised to alleviate the 'puddle problem'. Great in spring for the bluebells.
Skrevet 14. juni 2019
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Kevin R
Dorchester, UK59 bidrag
apr. 2017 • Par
Not many visitors and mainly locals as no car park nearby. A pleasant walk in the country surrounded by nature and steeped in local history.
Skrevet 24. mars 2018
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TheTyke186299
Southampton, UK132 bidrag
sep. 2017 • Par
You need your imagination, helped by maps, plans and information plaques, to appreciate this ancient monument. Some of the ditches remain but much was damaged beyond repair before such places were under preservation orders. It is still a good place for children to run about, sledge or skateboard.
Skrevet 3. januar 2018
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EuroHampshire
Southampton, UK109 bidrag
aug. 2017 • Par
Having passed Buckland Rings for many years, my wife and I decided it was time to find a convenient place to park and explore the ancient site managed by Hampshire County Council. But we left feeling very disappointed and extremely confused about what this site actually is! Firstly there is no parking, at least not from what appears to be the main entrance on Southampton Road, so you need to find roadside parking that has minimum restrictions. However, while walking around the site, my wife and discovered a small parking area for about three cars, but where the vehicle entrance is located is anyone's guess. It certainly doesn't seem to be signposted anywhere from the main road. There was a sign inviting us to follow the yellow route or the red route, but it would actually be helpful if these routes were marked more consistently. Yes, we did keep seeing the occasional yellow or red marker, but these were so disconnected and distant from each other that it was impossible to actually follow either route so we just followed well-worn pathways instead. There were occasional information boards, but the word "information" is actually being generous. One board was also positioned in the wrong place, telling us that we were looking at the centre of the fort in front of us when, in reality, the centre of the fort was behind us! Okay, it didn't take long to work out the error, but surely Hampshire County Council should get it right in the first place?! There was also an old quarry which is now some BMX race track for local young people. A good idea, but one that seemed completely out of place within a scheduled ancient monument! Buckland Rings is probably ideal for local residents who want to walk their dogs somewhere, but neither my wife and I considered is a place to which we will return in the near future. It just doesn't haven't anything to offer and what it does is very confusing and needs to have a better identity.
Skrevet 31. august 2017
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choppyred
lymington11 bidrag
mai 2017 • Alene
Ancient iron age hill fort, looks like a "hill", now with new bench! if you are a teen this is the ideal location for drinking cider or eating pizza.
Try to imagine what those iron age celts would make of modern Lymington, would they love it or hate it? who knows and frankly who cares! Come here if you like hills and benches.
Skrevet 15. mai 2017
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Paul D
Oxford, UK18 bidrag
mar. 2017 • Alene
On entering through the gate the noise of the Southhampton road is behind you, I release my spaniels and walk along at the bottom of a long bank till we come to the cut through gate on the right climb up the bank through the ancient Beech and Ock trees.
The dogs beat me to the top gate sit and wait for me, passing through this we enter the top field and another level, peace no traffic noise or fumes just the sound of birds and the wind in the trees. which direction to go now look 360 degrees ... i know this place well and make my choice across the field to the other side into the trees and a well worn path passing the public car park (about six cars only) coming out down to where i started and reality back to the Southhampton road gate. this is Lymingtons best kept secret. the dogs have loved it and so did I.
Skrevet 20. mars 2017
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