St. Mary's Church, Aldworth

Aldworth, Berkshire

Aldworth is a prime example of a fascinating English village. In a tiny hamlet, who would expect to find giants, the ashes of the author of, ‘We will remember them’, one of the best pubs in the country and link...
The Bat & Ball Inn and Cricket Memorial Stone, Hambledon

Hambledon, Hampshire

Hambledon, a small village in the Meon Valley in Hampshire, is known to cricket enthusiasts the world over as the “Cradle of Cricket”. The game of cricket had been played in Southern England for many years befo...
Yew tree, Burford Spur, Box Hill

Box Hill, Surrey

Box Hill is on the North Downs and is easily accessible from the A24 main road, near Dorking in Surrey. Box Hill and West Humble railway station, which provides direct trains from London, is within a short walk...
Temple Island, Remenham

Remenham, Berkshire

Remenham is a hamlet on the Berkshire bank of the River Thames, east of Henley-on-Thames. The name means "home of the ravens" and is probably derived from the Saxon god, Woden, whose symbol was the raven. Most ...
Odd Corners, 3 Birch Street and 5 Birch Street, Nayland

Nayland, Suffolk

Nayland is a Suffolk village, seven miles north of Colchester, near the mouth of the River Stour. In the 16th century, it was a prosperous cloth town and The Old Guildhall in the High Street demonstrates this. ...