The convergence of Cretaceous chalk valleys formed 65 million years ago
The decision of King Athelstan in 934 AD to found the Abbey at Milton
'Capability' Brown's vision in 1764: 500 acres of grass, woodland, abbey, farms and villages, set in the winding hills and valleys, with the abbey as focal point - looking back to the Middle Ages, forward to the Agricultural Revolution.
Three moments in time which together created the unique experience of today. The Grade I Listed Abbey Church was, over five years, the subject of loving restoration - with £750,000 of grant funding achieved by TRA.
A future intertwined with the conceptual future of the English Landscape.