Tuesday 4 July 2017


This village is about a mile & a half down the road from Brightwell Baldwin which I showed last week. The village is recorded in the Domesday book as having 3 water mills and the church still has it's Norman Bell Tower

Now I took this building as a water mill but was mistaken it's one of a row of Almshouses

This road takes you to the Farm and church which you can see in the distance

Opposite the road to the church is this beautiful thatched cottage

The car parked outside added to the romance of the place

The village still has its red phone box thought I could not say if it still had a phone, most do not now a days

Another thatched hose set back near the Almshouses

And a view along the main road leading through the village

The stream that feeds all the water mills mentioned in the Domesday book
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