The setting is ideal for exploring this picturesque corner of Oxfordshire, near to the historic and pretty village of Uffington. There is a traditional pub, a village shop with Post office and a children's play ground with multi-sports area and skate park next to the village hall. Uffington, dominated by its castle, lies at the heart of the Vale of White Horse, named after the great chalk figure cut into the hillside in ancient times. There is excellent walking, and splendid opportunities for bird watching, and rambling on the nearby Ridgeway and White Horse Hill with abundant footpaths. Several small Golf courses and Pony trekking centres are a short drive away. The location is perfect for making the most of a wide variety of attractions in the area. Uffington Village also has an historic church, and Thomas Hughes, author of Tom Brown School Days was born in Uffington itself, and is commemorated in the Tom Brown's School Museum open from Easter at weekends through the summer. Rallies Welcome.