Where is Ruby the Reindeer today? Make a note of the first letter and check back tomorrow for your next clue.
This VILLAGE in Oxfordshire is famous for its ‘White Horse’ hill figure, which is thought to date from between 1000 BC and 100 AD. It was created by digging trenches into the side of the hill and filling them in with white chalk.
Why? Who knows – but it certainly looks impressive, and Ruby is enjoying her reindeer’s-eye view! The site is now looked after by the National Trust, who kindly donate tickets so that some of our families can visit here and other locations around the country.