The Complete History of Wincobank Hill in 3 Minutes

Using the medium of plasticine and lego, the exciting, touching and sometimes tragic history of Wincobank Hill has been brought to life by the young people of Wincobank. Just be thankful that you are not a woolley rhinoceros.

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2 thoughts on “The Complete History of Wincobank Hill in 3 Minutes”

  1. Great video – and great to see Wincobank woods. I was a student at Sheffield in the 1960s doing Classics. I had digs in Wincobank and used to walk regularly in the Woods. Good to see it all again! I now live in New Zealand where I was Prof of Classics for 28 years.
    Chris Dearden

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