This place we call our playground is really quite special, very special in fact. On those days when you just need to press stop and take a lungful, then this is the best place for it! There’s great plans on the horizon for Fore in the pipeline & it’s been the busiest summer we’ve ever had which is why we haven’t had time to pop by too often, but thanks for sticking by us and for checking in from time to time...We’ll be back in full insta swing soonest 😊
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At 140 feet high, Horton’s gothic tower was said to once have been the tallest non-religious building in Britain. The tower was built in 1750 by architect and Lord of Horton Manor, Humphrey Sturt, who was also an MP for Dorset (1745 - 1786). Many years ago, people could climb each of the 6 stories to the top of the tower, but all the interior floors have fallen away. The tower is now home to mobile phone masts following restoration work by Vodaphone. Some people consider it an eyesore. What do you think?