Work has begun to restore the turf around the Osmington White Horse monument in Dorset. Volunteers have begun correcting the shape of the 260ft (79m) figure, which overlooks Weymouth Bay. Ordnance Survey and English Heritage experts have spent the past few months identifying the original outline. The shape was carved into the hills in the early 19th Century but has been gradually "degraded" over time, according to Ordnance Survey.
READ MORE - Source: BBC News 18th July 2011