Windsor Castle, Castle Hill, Windsor

Windsor, Berkshire

Windsor is a town twenty miles west of London, on the River Thames. It is situated close to Runnymede, where the Magna Carta was sealed and Eton, home of the famous Eton College, which can be reached across the...
White clapboard cottage and The Biddenden Maids Village Sign, Biddenden

Biddenden, Kent

Biddenden displays perfect examples of English architecture, from late medieval times to the 17th century. The well preserved timber-framed houses line the road, which links the churchyard with a small green. H...
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...
Odiham Castle, North Warnborough, near Odiham

Odiham, Hampshire

Odiham is a large picturesque village in North Hampshire, forty miles south-west of London and south of the M3 motorway. As a royal manor, it was the first entry in the Hampshire section of the Domesday Book, w...
St. Andrew's Church, from Lower Church Lane, Farnham

Farnham, Surrey

Farnham is a Georgian market town in Surrey, thirty eight miles from London, on the Surrey Hampshire border. A milestone in the Woolmead area of the town states the distance from London. At one time, the stone ...
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...