6000m stock fencing on top of Tan Hill

e’ve now come to the end of phase 1 of the stock fence work on top of Wiltshire’s second-highest point.   We had erected 6000m of stock fencing on the top of Tan Hill.

The first two images go back to mid-December, with the third as at mid-February.

“Tan Hill (grid reference SU081646) is a hill north of Allington in the parish of All Cannings, Wiltshire.  Its summit is 294 metres (965 ft) above sea level and is the second highest point of the North Wessex Downs AONB hill ran  ge (the adjacent Milk Hill is 295 m high), and of Wiltshire. Interestingly it is also the third highest point between Bristol and London”. (Thanks to WIKI.)