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Time Team's Phil Harding at the launch of the Avebury residents' packs. The former Marlborough Grammar School student was invited to help launch a new residents' pack for people living in Avebury and the surrounding World Heritage Site. Each pack contains a book about the village with articles on the archaeology, history and natural history.
He discovered that many residents did not understand how the various organisations involved with the World Heritage Site worked. Lord Avebury's grandfather bought Avebury in to stall a building contractor who intended breaking up the stones for building materials and building houses with them.
He said: "My grandfather would have been delighted to be here today and he would have been amazed at the amount of work which has been done in Avebury in the World Heritage Site. Peter Tate, formerly a National Trust custodian at Avebury for 20 years, returned to talk about his work and his love for the village. He recalled a very young Phil Harding looking around the Avebury stones many years earlier and expressing an interest in their archaeology.
Mr Harding who lives near Salisbury, said: "Wiltshire, my beloved Wiltshire. It is in my blood, it is in my soul and I love this place to bits. He Love in avebury that although Stonehenge attracted many visitors it lacked being part of a community like Avebury. We want our comments to be a lively and valuable part of our community - a place where readers can debate and engage with the most important local issues. The ability to comment on our stories is a privilege, not a right, however, and that privilege may be withdrawn if it is abused or misused.
TV archaeologist tells of his love for Avebury 1. The original idea for the pack came from Avebury researcher Brian Edwards. Comments: Our rules.
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