Another piece of the BRVP Heritage Interpretation Project was installed at Octagon Wood which surrounds part of the Neolithic and Bronze Age mortuary complex which is a nationally recognized Scheduled Ancient Monument.
The bench is constructed from locally sourced Oak and was made by local lad Luke Green. The 5 carvings that include the Uffington white horse, a bronze age shield, a design from a clay
pot, a pennanullar ring and a crescent moon reflects the period when the Neolithic and Bronze Age mortuary complex was in use.
To visit the bench follow the Bedford to Sandy Route 51 Cycleway as it lies adjacent to the access route and is located west of Willington village.
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