The whole South West region was heavily populated during the Neolithic, Bronze and Iron ages. Wiltshire is a place to see the surviving barrows, monuments and ancient track ways. And Celtic gods worshipped at the Temple of Sulis in Bath, which can still be seen today. In the Roman era The Cotswolds & Bath were an important location and there are ruined villas, farms and temples from this period to visit, including The Roman Baths.
Following the Romans the story of life is dotted throughout the landscape from the Saxons (8th century), Normans (11th century) and into the later Medieval period (15th century), there’s much to explore of this time from villages, castles and ancient churches. Not forgetting the Renaissance, the English civil war, the Georgian’s and the Victorians.
Your trail cards will point out and tell you about interesting or important history you encounter as you walk.