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Gold Hill, Shaftesbury At   almost   any   time   of   day,   Gold   Hill   is   a   magnet   for   photographers,   visitors      and locals   wanting   to   enjoy   or   capture   the   beauty   of   Gold   Hill   and   the   views   across Dorset   beyond.   The   ancient   cobbled   street   runs   beside   the   Grade   I   listed   walls   of   the ancient Shaftesbury Abbey, built by King Alfred the Great. At   the   top   of   Gold   Hill,   along   with   The   Gold   Hill   Museum   and   Garden,   is   the   Town   Hall and   the   14th   century   St   Peter's   Church.      It   was   built   in   the   latter   part   of   the   15th century and is the oldest church in Shaftesbury. To   many,   Gold   Hill   is   still   known   as   ‘Hovis   Hill’   due   to   the   TV   advert.   To   commemorate its famous association, a giant Hovis loaf can be found in front of the Town Hall!  
BIG COUNTRY ONLY FOOLS AND HORSES THE SALVATION ARMY THE TWO RONNIES THE HOVIS TV ADVERT
FAMOUS ADVERTS, TV SHOWS & MUSIC VIDEOS SHOT ON OR NEAR GOLD HILL
Gold Hill, Shaftesbury, Dorset