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...
The Red Lion, Lenham

Lenham, Kent

Lenham in Kent, is a village nine miles east of Maidstone, situated close to the main A20 London to Folkestone road. It is at the foot of the North Downs and the Pilgrims Way is on the Downs above the village. ...
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...
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 ...
May tree, The Mill at Elstead, Elstead

Elstead, Surrey

Elstead is a small village between Farnham and Godalming in Surrey, not far from the A3 London to Portsmouth main road. It is surrounded by woods, heathland and River Wey water meadows. Its buildings are situat...
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...
The Shottery, High Street, Bray

Bray, Berkshire

Bray is a very pretty historical riverside village, on the banks of the River Thames, between Maidenhead and Windsor, Berkshire. It is also known as Bray on Thames. It has a wealth of cottages and very expensiv...
Punch Bowl, Valley Gardens, Virginia Water

Virginia Water, Surrey

Virginia Water Lake is on the southern edge of Windsor Great Park and is six miles from Windsor town centre. It is easily reached from the M25 motorway and there is a large car park close to the A30 main road. ...
Three Swans Hotel, High Street, Hungerford

Hungerford, Berkshire

Hungerford is a small historic market town, nine miles west of Newbury, situated in the North Wessex Downs, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The name, Hungerford, originates from the Saxon name, "Hanging ...
The Dundas Arms, Kennet and Avon Canal, Kintbury

Kintbury, Berkshire

Kintbury is a small village, but has a railway station providing services to Reading and London. It is situated between the Lambourn Downs to the north and Hampshire Downs to the south. In the Sunday Times news...