Benington, four miles east of Stevenage, is approached through a wooded country lane, which winds upwards to the village green. Situated at the top of the green, is a duck pond, overhung by willows.
Peter’s Church, which dates from the 13th century, has a typical short Hertfordshire spike. Close to the green, is a row of 16th century cottages of timber and plaster and The Bell Inn, with its overhanging gables.
Cottages in Benington
St. Peter’s Church
The Bell Pub
Duck Pond and Duck Lane
Where in England is Benington?
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