Wittenham Clumps

Wallingford

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With stunning panoramic views of south Oxfordshire, the iconic landscape of the Wittenham Clumps is made up of Castle Hill and Round Hill. Walk through newly created wildflower meadow, and discover local wildlife and ancient archaeological features.

The Wittenham Clumps name comes from the two clumps of beech trees which crown both hills. These are the oldest known planted hilltop beeches in England, dating back over 300 years

This famous landmark has been known by many names from Berkshire Bubs, reflecting the fact that the Wittenham Clumps once fell within the county of Berkshire, to the slightly unusual Mother Dunch's Buttocks, a name which refers to a lady of the Dunch family who owned Little Wittenham Manor in the 17th century.

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