|The name here is a bit misleading as it
should be Kings Stake as it was here that a stake was hammered into the
ground to mark where the parishes of Pulham, Lydlynch and Hazlebury
The error can be justified as it is said that Henry III was out hunting in the Vale of Blackmore when he spotted a White stag which he spared and decreed that not one of his hunting party should harm it, but later it was killed by his bailiff and Henry was so mad that he imprisoned the man and fined the whole Vale.
Recently Dorset Blue Vinny cheese has been resurrected and is made at Woodbridge Farm, the name of which may relate to the smallest bridge to carry a transportation sign is at Kingstag and it was here during the time Henry III spotted his white stag.