St. Nicholas Church, Steventon

Steventon, Hampshire

Steventon is a small village, seven miles south west of Basingstoke, close to junction 7 of the M3 motorway. Jane Austen, the novelist, was born in the rectory in Steventon in 1775, where her father was the rec...
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 ...
Turnpike House, London Road, Blewbury

Blewbury, Oxfordshire

Blewbury in Oxfordshire is a lovely village, three miles south of Didcot and fourteen miles south of Oxford. It is situated at the foot of the Berkshire Downs, close to the Ridgeway. London Street is the main r...
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. ...
St. James' Church, Shere

Shere, Surrey

Shere is a small picturesque village situated below the North Downs, six miles south-east of Guildford and approximately twenty miles from London. It is regarded by many as the prettiest village in Surrey and i...
The Old Post Office and Mission Cottage, Compton

Compton, Surrey

Compton is a small village of only one thousand inhabitants, three miles south-west of Guildford. The Pilgrims' Way lies just to the north of the village. It has retained much of its original charm, with thirty...
St. Andrew's Church, Nether Wallop

Nether Wallop, Hampshire

Nether Wallop is a small village with pretty thatched cottages, four miles north-west of Stockbridge. Readers of the Agatha Christie 'Miss Marple' novels, know the village as "St. Mary Mead", as most of the ori...
War Memorial and thatched cottages, Wherwell

Wherwell, Hampshire

Wherwell is a very picturesque village in the Test Valley, three miles from Andover. Here can be seen some of the finest examples of straw thatching in England, displayed on the mainly black and white timber-fr...