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There are plenty of stopping places to view the enormous and numerous badges carved into the chalk downs. These are very peaceful views. The Fovant Badges Society is a voluntary organisation which has the objective of maintaining these regimental badges, carved by the soldiers of those regiments. Maintaining the Badges costs around £30,000 per year from public donations. IF IN... 更多
The badges can be seen off the A30, west of Salisbury. First cut during WW1 by soldiers training in the nearby camps, by removing turf to reveal the underlying chalk - like the famous nearby figures. They can be seen from a lay-by which has a notice explaining the badges and their history. They are now maintained by a voluntary... 更多
Driving the route we came upon the signpost and decided to stop. It was well worth the effort and you only need 5 minutes. Nice little bit of information and we were pleased to see an Australia connection.
I can remember seeing these for the first time over 40 years ago as a child; mum and dad often holidayed in Devon and always took the leisurely A30 route. I was fascinated by these and we would occasionally stop to read the information signs and take photographs. I do not often have occasion to use this stretch of the... 更多
This excellent monument needs more than a 3 car space layby. It rivals the westbury white horse which has parking for 50+ cars, up a narrow lane/irpp. Only average score due to a lack of amenities.
Driving by on the A30, saw the military badges carved into the hillside, and stopped at the parking/viewing place to have a look. Not sure if you can go up close, but i fyou rare in the area, worth a minor detour
This is my daily view when I'm going to work, I've never stopped here just pass the way every day... Till yesterday I've noticed a lot of people around. It's really interesting view. I see it just from the way and I wonder how to get to the hill..will try to take my family there on the top of the... 更多
This is just a location with no gift shop, proper parking, not easily accessible. There could be viewing platforms or more boards with information. There needs to be a pedestrian path from the lay by to the lane. It is a good walk to the top but wouldn't be accessible if it was wet under foot. A great bit of... 更多