The Osmington White Horse Restoration Group

Steering GroupGeoff Codd (Chairman)

Christine Codd (Secretary)

Ian Rees (Dorset AONB)

Steve Wallis (DCC Senior Archaeologist)

John Hayes (DCC Senior Ranger)

Councillor Teresa Seall (WDDC)

Peter Read

Sarah Harbige (Dorset AONB)

Bill Norman (PR Local media)

Chris Bird (Photographic and Video recording)

Steve White (Research)

Also attending as appropriate:
–  Peter Addisson (English Heritage)
–  Paul and Jan Critchell (Site landowner)
–  Ruth Carpenter (Natural England)


Volunteer Groups

The Corps of Royal Engineers

The Royal Engineers serve all over the world as recognised by their motto “Ubique”, which means everywhere.


Dorset ACF Cadets.

The South West of England boasts more than 2,000 reservists across the Army, Air and Naval Forces.



. .  provided over 200 one ton bulk bags into which the redundant stone chippings were loaded, ready for airlifting off the site.

Commando Helicopter Force RNAS Yeovilton

Royal Navy Sea King helicopter pilots and their crews from the Commando Helicopter Force (CHF) at Yeovilton supplemented their training by lifting tons of stone chippings from the face of the White Horse.


Thomas Hardye School – Dorchester

On Friday 15th July 2011,  20 International Baccalaureate students from Thomas Hardye School were among the first of several volunteer groups to work on the hill cutting out the restored outline.

PGL Adventure Centre



Weymouth Scouts


Dorset Countryside Ranger Service


Contracted Services

Veritair Aviation Ltd

Gregory’s Team from Dorchester