CINEMATIC scenes of Avebury, Silbury Hill and the Hack Pen Hill white Horse have been captured by a film celebrating the landscape and hostiric landmarks along the Icknied Way.

The team at The North Wessex Downs Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty have released the video, which tracks what is claimed to be the oldest road in Britain. The Icknield Way is a chain of braided tracks running along a chalk spine, from the  cliffs of Dorset to the Norfolk Coast. 

The video maps the approximate route of the Icknield Way within the North Wessex Downs, and features a birds eye perspective via aerial footage of some of the fascinating prehistoric landmarks and chalk landscape along it; including; Avebury World Heritage Site (c. 2850BC) in Wiltshire, Uffington White Horse (c. 1750BC) in Oxfordshire and Seven Barrows in Berkshire, dating back to c. 4000BC.

An art installation will be held in Basildon Park between July 18-20 followed by an evening of performances on July 21at the Berkshire National Trust property. 

The outdoor installation - Wayfaring - is created by artists Mandy Dike and Ben Rigby, who work together as And Now.

Both the art installation and evening of live performance are free to attend but tickets need to be reserved in advance from