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* o Berkshire + Newbury + Reading + Windsor o Buckinghamshire + High Wycombe + Milton Keynes o East Sussex + Brighton + Eastbourne + Hastings o East of England + Great Yarmouth + North Norfolk Coast + The Sunrise Coast * o Hampshire + Basingstoke + Portsmouth + Southampton + Winchester o Isle of Wight + Cowes + Newport o Kent + Ashford + Canterbury + Dover + Maidstone * o Oxfordshire + Bicester + Henley-on-Thames + Oxford o Scenic Spots + Oxfordshire Cotswolds + River Thames + New Forest o Surrey + Guildford + Woking o West Sussex + Arundel + Chichester + Worthing Abberton Abbess Roding Abbots Langley Abbots Worthy Abbotsbury Abbotts Ann Abinger Abinger is a parish in the Mole Valley that includes the villages of Abinger Hammer, Sutton Abinger and Abinger Common. Addington Addlestone Addlestone is a small town where the thousand year old crouch Oak once marked the boundary of Windsor forest and there is a legend that Queen Elizabeth I stopped to picnic beside it. Albourne Albury Albury Aldbourne Aldbury Aldenham Alderbury Alderholt Aldermaston Aldermaston is a quiet village in Berkshire, best known as the site of protests by the Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament (CND). Aldershot Known as the “Home of the British Army” the town of Aldershot in Hampshire is in a pleasant urban location, 37 miles southwest of London. Aldington Aldworth Alfold Alfriston Alfriston lies in the Cuckmere Valley and is the epitome of an English Village. There are a variety of shops in the village including an authentic Village Shop, several good coffee shops and various pubs. Alkham Allhallows Allington Allington Almer Alresford Althorne Alton Alton is a charming old town Hampshire, famous for its college and its connections with the murdered 8-year-old girl called Fanny Adams. Alton Barnes set in an area of Wiltshire that's steeped in tradition and mysticism, Alton Barnes has become something of a centre for crop circle spotting in recent years. Alton Priors Alvediston Alverstoke Alverstone Amberley Amberley is on the South Downs Way and can be reached by train. It has Sussex thatch cottages, a church and majestic castle ruins overlooking the Wild Brooks nature reserve. Amesbury Andover Andover in Hampshire is situated on the River Anton, 13 miles northwest of Winchester it has just over 52,000 residents. Angmering Anstey Anstey Appledram Appleshaw Arborfield Ardeley Ardingly The village of Ardingly, pronounced Arding-lye, is on the eastern edge of West Sussex. It is 33 miles south of London and 14 miles from the south coast resort of Brighton. Ardleigh Arford Arkesden Arne Arreton Arundel Arundel is a small hilltop town with a skyline dominated by the Castle. High on a hill, at the head of the Arun gap, stands Arundel Castle, surrounded by magnificent grounds. Ascot Ascot is the small Berkshire village close to the world-famous Ascot Racecourse, in the Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead. Ash Ash Ash Vale Ashburnham Ashdon Asheldham Ashen Ashey Ashford Ashford Ashford is a busy market town which still has many medieval houses for you to admire. It is a convient central point to tour from, to visit the numerous attractive villages. Ashington Ashington is situated in the Horsham District within West Sussex. The parish is approximately 10 miles from Horsham, 4 miles from Storrington and 9 miles from Pulborough. Ashley Ashmansworth Ashmore Ashtead Ashton Keynes Ashurst Ashurst Ashwell Ashwell is an absolute gem well worth exploring. Askerswell Aspenden Astley Aston Aston End Atworth Avebury Aveley Avington Axford Aylesford Ayot St. Lawrence Ayot St. Peter Badlesmere Bagshot Balcombe Baldock Banstead Banstead is close to London but protected by extensive Green belt, so Banstead has managed to retain its rustic village charm. Bapchild Barcombe Mills Station BR made extensive use of the route through Barcombe Mills Station for diversions from the Brighton line right up until closure, with the winter of 1968-69 being particularly busy. Barford St. Martin Barfreston Barkham Barkway Barley Barling Barnham Barns Green Barnston Bartley Barton on Sea Barton Stacey Basildon Basildon is a large town in Essex with approximately 170,000 residents. It is situated 25 miles east of London. Basildon Basing Basingstoke Basingstoke is a progressive modern-day town in north east Hampshire, 48 miles south west of London. Bassett Batcombe Battle Battle is a small town in East Sussex, which grew up on the site of the Battle of Hastings in 1066. Battlesbridge Baughurst Baverstock Baydon Bayford Beaminster The market town of Beaminster makes a charming place to shop, browse and sample local fare. Three times devastated by fire, this prosperous little town once thrived from wool cloth and sailcloth, sackcloth and shoe-thread, rope and twine. Bearsted Beaulieu Beckhampton The village of Beckhamtpton lies just off the roundabout where the A4 meets the A361. You would be forgiven, should you miss it, buried as it is behind a wall of tress. Beckhampton falls within the parish of Avebury and as you might exp Beckley Beddingham Bedhampton The village of Bedhampton is now a conservation area, with country lanes and winding streams. Still standing is the Norman church of St. Thomas the Apostle and also the Old Mill House where John Keats once stayed. Beechingstoke Beedon Beedon Hill Beenham Bekesbourne Belchamp Otten Belchamp St. Paul Belhus Beltinge Bembridge Benenden Benington Bentley Bentworth Bepton Berden Bere Regis Berkhamsted Bersted Berwick Berwick Bassett Berwick St. James Berwick St. John Betchworth Bethersden Bevendean Bexhill Bicknacre Bicknor Bidborough Biddenden Biddlestone Bighton Bignor Billericay Billingshurst Bilsington Bincombe Binfield Binsted Binsted Birch Birchanger Birchington Birdbrook Birdham Birling Bisham Bishop's Stortford Bishop's Sutton Bishop's Waltham Bishops Cannings Bishops Caundle Bishopstoke Bishopstone Bishopstone Bishopstone Bishopstone Bishopstrow Bisley Bisterne Bitterne Black Notley Blackboys Blackbushe Blackmore Blackwater The small town of Blackwater is in north east of Hampshire near the border with both Surrey and Berkshire. Blackwater Blandford Forum We have just received a description of Blandford Forum from one of our readers. This description is currently being prepared for publication and will appear on this page within the next few days. Blean Bletchingley Blindley Heath Bloxworth Blunsdon St. Andrew Bobbing Bobbingworth Bocking Churchstreet Bodiam Bognor Regis Bognor Regis is 70 miles southwest of London on England's pretty south coast. It proudly boasts the most sunshine in England, making it ideal for family holidays and weekend breaks by the sea. Boldre Bolney Bookham Borden Bordon Boreham Boreham Borehamwood Borley Borough Green Borough Green is a quiet village in Kent. Around the chapel in the centre of the village are a number of varied shops, eating places, banks and not far away the railway station with regular direct access to London. Boscombe Boscombe Bosham King Harold sailed from Bosham to visit Duke William, before the Norman invasion of 1066. Botley Botolphs Boughton Aulph Boughton Malherbe Boughton Monchelsea Boughton Street Bourne End Bournemouth Internationally renowned for being one of Europe's most fashionable resorts, Bournemouth attracts millions of visitors of all ages and nationalities each year Bourton Bovingdon Bovington Camp Bovington Camp is an active army base Dorset, situated between the towns of historic Dorchester and Poole. Bowcombe Bower Chalke Bowers Gifford Box Box Hill Box Hill overlooks the Mole Gap where the River Mole breaks through the line of the North Downs, and gives its name to a scattered village high on the Downs. It is the scene of the famous picnic in Jane Austen's "Emma". Boxford Boxgrove Boxley Boxmoor Boxted Brabourne Bracknell The pleasant town of Bracknell in Berkshire is 33 miles west of London. Bradfield Bradfield Bradford Abbas Bradford-on-Avon Bradford-on-Avon is an unspoilt market town in west Wiltshire, close to the border with Somerset and eight miles southeast of Bath. Brading Bradley Bradpole Bradwell Bradwell on Sea Bradwell-on-Sea is a small Essex village on the Dengie peninsula, near where the River Blackwater meets the North Sea. Braintree Bramber The pretty village of Bramber regularly wins the 'South East in Bloom' competition. It features the 15th century St. Mary's House and the ruins of Bramber Castle. Bramdean Bramfield Bramley Bramley Bramshaw Bramshot Bransgore Brasted Bratton Braughing Bray Bray Court Breamore Brede Bredgar Bredhurst Bremhill Brenchley Brent Pelham Brentwood Brentwood is a pleasant bustling town in south west Essex, 20 miles north east of London and just outside the M25. Brenzett Bricket Wood Bridge Bridgemary Bridport Bridport was once the focus for the rope and networking industry in the 13th century, hence the long, narrow rope-walks used originally for twisting and drying the cord and twine made in Bridport. Brighstone Brightling Brightlingsea Brighton and Hove Brighton and Hove is a sparkling, stylish and very special city by the sea. Brighton and Hove has been a fashionable seaside resort since the eighteenth century. Brightwalton Brimpton Brinkworth Britford Broad Blunsdon Broad Chalke Broad Hinton Broad Town Broadmayne Broadstairs Broadstairs has an old world charm all of its own. There are winding streets, and fishermen's cottages cluster round the harbour. Viking bay is the town's main beach, but there are six other bays for you to enjoy. Broadstone Broadwater Broadwey Broadwindsor Brockenhurst The small town of Brockenhurst is four miles south of Lyndhurst in the centre of the New Forest, Hampshire. Brockhurst Brokenborough Bromfield Brompton Brook Brook Brookland Brookmans Park Brookwood Broomfield Broomfield Broughton Broughton Gifford Brown Candover Broxbourne Broxted Buckhorn Weston Buckhurst Hill Buckland Buckland Buckland Newton Bucklebury Few people had heard of the small village of Bucklebury in Berkshire until April 2011, when suddenly the news was full of one family from the village – the Middletons. Bulford Bulkington Bullington Bulmer Bulpham Buntingford Burbage Burgess Hill Burghclere Burghfield Burham Buriton Burley Burmarsh Burnham-on-Crouch Burpham Burpham is a village situated roughly 2 miles north of Arundel and nestled between the banks of the River Arun and the hills of the South Downs. Bursledon Burstock Burstow Burton Burton Bradstock Burwash Bury Bushey Bushey Heath Buttermere Buxted Byfleet Byfleet is a village five miles north east of Woking in Surrey. It is conveniently situated close to the M25, between the River Wey and the River Mole. Bygrave Cadnam Calbourne Caldecote Encompassing 325 acres, Caldecote is one of the smallest villages in Hertfordshire. It is a narrow strip of land, which is bounded on the north by Hinxworth, on the south by Newnham, on the east by Ashwell, and on the west by Bedfordshire. Caldecote Calne Calstone Wellington Camberley The moderately-sized town of Camberley is in the extreme west of Surrey, about 31 miles southwest of London, between the M3 and M4 motorways. Canewdon Canford Cliffs Canford Magna Canterbury This beautiful city with cobbled lanes and streets, is the seat of the Anglican Communion and Kent's premier tourist destination. Canvey Island Capel Carisbrooke Castle Combe Once named the prettiest village in England, Castle Combe is a small and charming village in Wiltshire, six miles north west of Chippenham. Castle Eaton Castle Hedingham Castletown Caterham Catherington Catsfield Caversham Cerne Abbas Famed for the Cerne Giant - a striking, mysterious, 180-foot high figure cut into the chalk downs overlooking the village, Cerne Abbas is popular for its picturesque streets, 15th century houses and Abbey ruins. Chailey Chalbury Chaldon Herring Chale Chalegreen Chalton Chalvington Chandlers Ford Chapel Charing Charlton Charlton Charlton Charlton Marshall Charlwood Charminster Charmouth Charmouth with its sandy beach, is world famous for the fossils formed within Jurassic rocks 200 million years ago, and now being revealed as the cliffs erode in massive landslips. Chartham Chatham Chatham is a large town to the south west of Gillingham in Kent. It is on the banks of the River Medway and is rich in naval dockyard history. Chatley Chattenden Chawton Chelborough Chelmsford Chelmsford is at the heart of social and economic life of Essex - and has been for 800 years. To this day Chelmsford is a thriving community and maintains its position as a premier commercial, retail and leisure location. Chelsham Cherhill Cheriton Chertsey Chertsey is situated midway between Egham and Weybridge, the town has a long and distinguished history and was once the site of a Benedictine Abbey, first established in AD666. Cheselbourne Chesfield Cheshunt Cheshunt is in south east Hertfordshire and is a largely modern town which has grown up around a delightful historic centre. Chesil Chestfield Chetnole Chettle Chevening A peaceful spot at the end of a quiet country lane, Chevening is essentially a great mansion and its estate, with a church and a small group of cottages. Cheverell Chichester Chichester is the County town of West Sussex and one of the UK's finest smaller Cathedral cities. Its plan and walls date from the Roman occupation and it has splendid examples of late 18th and early 19th century architecture. Chickerell Chicklade Chickney Chiddingfold Chiddingly Chiddingstone Chiddingstone is a beautiful Kentish village with a perfect row of Tudor houses. Their half-timbered gables, mullions and casement windows, picturesque red-tiled roofs and projecting upper storeys have provided a setting for many films. Chideock Chieveley Chigwell Chilbolton Chilcomb Child Okeford Chilgrove Chilham Chillenden Chilmark Chiltern Green Chilton Candover Chilton Foliat Chilton Foliat is an ancient settlement, going back to Saxon times, and beyond. The village is situated by the River Kennet, some 3 km north west of Hungerford. Chilworth Chilworth Chippenham Chipperfield Chipping Ongar Chipstead Chiseldon Chisledon Chislet Chithurst Chitterne Chittoe Chobham Cholderton Chorleywood Chorleywood West Christchurch Historic Christchurch nestles between the River Avon and Stour at their confluence and enjoys unparalleled harbour views, walks and wildlife. Close to lively Bournemouth and the tranquillity of the New Forest and rural Dorset… Christian Malford Chute Clack Clacton-on-Sea The seaside town of Clacton-on –Sea was once upon a time a buzzing holiday hotspot on the East Anglian Essex coast. Clanfield Clapham Claremont Clavering Claygate Clayton Cliddesden Cliffe Cliffe Pypard Cliftonville Cliftonville is a suburb of East Margate in Kent. Its long sandy beach at the foot of the cliffs has been a popular holiday destination since Victorians first took to sea bathing. Clothall Cobham Cobham Cocking Codford Codford St. Mary Codford St. Peter Codicote Coggeshall Colchester The historic town of Colchester is located in Essex, 23 miles northeast of Chelmsford and 61 miles from London. Cold Ash Cold Norton Coldred Coldwaltham Cole Green Colerne Collingbourne Ducis Collingbourne Kingston Colnbrook Colney Heath Colney Heath is recognised as environmentally important for the heath is a wetland habitat and home to many shrubland and aquatic animals. Combe Compton Compton Compton Compton Compton Compton Abbas Compton Bassett Compton Chamberlain Cookham Cooksbridge Coolham Cooling Coombe Bissett We have just received a description of Coombe Bissett from one of our readers. This description is currently being prepared for publication and will appear on this page within the next few days. Coombes Copford Copford is largely an agricultural village situated 5 miles to the west of Colchester. It is easily accessible thanks to its close proximity to the A12, being just 1/2 a mile form the A120/Stanstead turn-off. Corfe Castle One of the oldest castles in England, Corfe Castle still stands as a ruin, but is also one of the most well-known sights in Dorset. The castle has a lot of history, and is an excellent place to learn about itself and other castles Corfe Mullen Corhampton Corringham Corscombe Corsham Corsley Corston Coryton Cosham Cottered Coulston Cove Cowden Cowes Cowes is a historic seaport on the north side of the Isle of Wight. It is nicknamed The Yachting Capital of the World as it hosts the famous Cowes Regatta and many other sailing events. Cowfold Cranborne Cranborne Chase Cranbrook Cranbrook is a small unspoilt town, which has retained its medieval feel, through the layout of streets and alleys. Buildings date from 15th to the 19th century. Cranleigh Crawley With Gatwick Airport on its doorstep and an express rail link to London, Crawley is one of South East England's premier shopping centres. The County Mall, provides parking for 1800 vehicles, provides the ultimate in shopping convenience. Crawley Cressing Cricklade Crockham Hill Crockham Hill is a small village which can be found on the way from Oxted to Edenbridge. Crondall Cross in Hand Crowborough Crowdhill Crowhurst Crowhurst Crowthorne Croxley Green Crudwell Crundale Cuckfield Cuffley Curdridge Cuxton Daggons Dallington Damerham Danbury Darenth Dartford Dartford is an important town in Kent, about 16 miles east of London. Datchet Datchworth Dawesgreen Deal Deal is eight miles north east of Dover on the coast of Kent. Once the busiest port in England, its quaint streets are lined with history. Debden Dedham Dedham is an idyllic Old English country village in Essex, on the border with neighbouring Suffolk. Deepcut Dengie Denton Denton Deptford Detling Devizes The historic Wiltshire town of Devizes is situated 11 miles east of Trowbridge. It is surrounded by stunning countryside and pretty villages. Dewlish Dibden Dibden Purlieu Digswell Dilton Dinton Ditchling Doddington Dogmersfield Donhead St. Andrew Donnington Dorchester The county town of Dorchester has much to offer the visitor, with its bustling shopping precincts, elegant 18th century houses and vital cultural life. Dorking Dorking is a town of special charm and character, it is particularly well known for its thriving antiques trade in West Street where more than 20 shops represent over 100 dealers. Dormans Land Dover Dover, the closest town in Kent to the continent, is the gateway to England. Now the world's busiest ferry port, it is famed for its range of defences and military architecture. Dovercourt Downend Downside Downton Draycot Foliat Droxford Dummer Duneton Dunkirk Dunsfold Durley Durnford Durrington Durweston Dymchurch Earley Earls Colne Earlswood Earnley Situated in rural West Sussex, close to the historic city of Chichester and just a few minutes from the sea, the village of Earnley is certainly one of the more calm and quiet villages of West Sussex. Eartham Eartham is a quiet Sussex village with a fine pub and an interesting little church. The chancel arch of the church is Norman, and has two figures carved on its inside faces, on one side a hare and on the other a bearded man. East Barming East Clandon East Cowes East Dean East Dean The delightful village and parish of East Dean is on the outskirts of Chichester, tucked away between the West Sussex villages of Singleton and Upwaltham. East Everleigh East Farleigh East Farleigh is a wide spread, but small village, with a lively and close knit community. East Garston East Grimstead East Grinstead East Grinstead, on the edge of Ashdown Forest at the very east of the county and only 30 miles from London, has a High Street with the longest continuous run of 14th century timber-framed buildings in England. East Guldeford East Hanningfield East Harting East Hoathly East Horndon East Horsley East Ilsley East Kennet East Knoyle East Lulworth East Malling East Marden East Meon East Molesey East Orchard East Parley East Peckham East Preston East Shefford East Stoke East Stour East Stourmouth East Tilbury East Tisted East Wellow East Wittering Head southwards from the beautiful West Sussex Cathedral City of Chichester and signposts indicate ‘The Witterings'. East Woodhay East Worldham Eastbourne >Eastbourne is a large town of just under 100,000 residents on the East Sussex coast between Brighton and Hastings. Eastbury Eastchurch Eastchurch on the Isle of Sheppey was itself once the home of the early pioneers of aviation. Lord Brabazon of Tara, holder of Pilot's Licence No.1, and the late Sir Winston Churchill were both taught to fly at the old Eastchurch aerodrome. Eastdean Eastergate Easthampstead Eastleigh The leafy town of Eastleigh lies between Southampton and Winchester on the River Itchen in Hampshire. Eastling Eastney Easton Easton Grey Eastry Eastwell Eastwood Ecchinswell Edenbridge Edington Edmondsham Effingham Egerton Egham Egham - A busy coaching town in the 18th and 19th centuries, the town is now by-passed by heavy traffic and this, together with the recently pedestrianised town centre, makes it a favourite shopping place. Elham Eling Ellingham Elmley Elmsted Elmstone Elsenham Elstead Elsted Elstree Elvington Empshott Emsworth Emsworth is a picturesque little fishing village with narrow streets, Georgian houses, high walled gardens and swans on the mill pond. Emsworth was the home of PG Wodehouse. Enborne Enborne is in West Berkshire, England. It is more of an area rather than a Village with about 200 houses and 500 parishioners. It takes it's name from the river Enborne that runs along the south edge of the Parish. Enford Englefield Englefield Green Enham-Alamein Epping Epping Green Epping Green is a small village situated on the B181 between Epping and Harlow The village is in the parish of Epping Upland which stretches from the Wake Arms near Upshire to the outskirts of Harlow. Epsom Erlestoke Esher Esher is a delightful suburban village in Surrey, best known as frequently topping the list as the most expensive place to live in the UK. It is located 14 miles south west of London. Essendon Etchingham Eton Evershot Ewell Ewhurst Exbury Exton Eynsford Eynsford is a pretty Kentish village in the lovely Darenth valley. Its ancient ford and a hump-backed mediaeval bridge across the river are still in use. Eythorne Faccombe Fairlight Fairmile Falmer Fareham The moderately sized town of Fareham lies between Southampton and Portsmouth in south east Hampshire. Farleigh Farleigh Wallop Farley Farnborough Farnborough Farnborough in Hampshire is best known for its air show. The town is situated about 34 miles southwest of London, close to the M3. Farnham Farnham stands on the River Wey, with unspoiled river meadows running through it, an architectural jewel with several outstanding art galleries. Farnham As you walk from the top of the fielded hill into the beginning of Farnham you will find your self walking amongst delightful assorted cottages. Farnham Farningham Faulkbourne Faversham Faversham is a picturesque medieval market town. Many of the buildings, which were built in the 18th century, have been restored and are on view today. Fawham Green Fawkham Fawley Fawley Faygate Feering Felbridge Felpham Felpham, pronounced “Felf-fm” by locals, is a small coastal village of around 10,000 people in West Sussex. It is a village in its own right, but is adjoining the larger town of Bognor Regis. Felsted Ferndown Fernhurst Ferring Figheldean Set in almost the heart of Salisbury Plain, Figheldean is a quiet tranquil place that offers peace and quiet and unrivalled views of the surrounding plain. Finchampstead Finchingfield Described as picture-postcard pretty, Finchfield is an idyllic Essex village complete with village pond, redbrick cottages and a white 18th century windmill. Findon Fingringhoe Fishbourne Fishbourne Fisherton de la Mere Fittleton Fittleworth Five Oaks Flamstead Flaunden Fleet Fleet is a dramatically growing town in the borough of Hart. It's held to be one of the best place in the country to live for quality of life, amenities and services. Fleetland Fletching Fobbing Folkestone Folkestone has recently become famous as the town adjacent to the Channel Tunnel entrance, it is one of England's most elegant Edwardian resorts. Folkestone Harbour Fonthill Bishop Fontmell Magna Ford Ford Fordham Fordingbridge Fordwich The historic Town of Fordwich lies on the Great Stour river, about two miles east of Canterbury. Its history traces from Roman times. Forest Row Forton Fortuneswell Fortuneswell is a village on the northern side of the Isle of Portland. Its streets wind their way up steep hills which rise from sea level near Chesil Beach to a height of 500 feet at the top of the isle. Fosbury Foulness Four Marks Fovant Foxham Foxley Framfield Frampton Frant Fratton Frensham Freshwater Freyerning Frilsham Frimley Frimley is tucked away in the west of Surrey, 31 miles south west of London and close to the Hampshire border. Frinton-on-Sea Frinton-on-Sea is a seaside town, fifteen miles from the historic town of Colchester on the Essex Coast. Friston Fritham Frittenden Frogmore Frome St. Quintin Froxfield Froxfield Froyle Fullerton Funtington Furneux Pelham Fyfield Fyfield Fyfield Galleywood Garlinge Garsdon Garston Gatton Gestingthorpe Gillingham Gillingham is situated in Kent, 35 miles southeast of London. It was first referred to in the 10th century as Gyllingeham Gillingham Glanvilles Wooton Glynde Godalming Godalming is a charming town of timbered buildings and cobbled streets, the first town in the country to have electric street lighting. Godmanstone Godmersham Godshill Godshill Godstone Goff's Oak Goldhanger Gomshall Good Easter Goodnestone Goodnestone Goodworth Clatford Goring-by-Sea Goring-by-Sea is a small neighbourhood in the West Sussex Borough of Worthing. It has around 7.800 residents, a good number of whom have chosen to retire to this attractive community. Gosfield Gosport The town of Gosport is on the south coast of Hampshire bordering Portsmouth Harbour. Goudhurst Graffham Grafton Grain Grateley Graveley Graveney Gravesend Gravesend is on the south bank of the River Thames in Kent, facing Tilbury across the estuary. Grays Grays, situated on the North bank of the Thames, 4 miles East of the M25 and Dartford, is only about 25 miles from London. The 2,872 metre QEII Bridge, also some 4 miles away, is the longest cable stayed bridge in Europe. Great Amwell Great Baddow Great Bardfield Great Bardfield is a small village near finchingfield.It has its own museum in the centre and Bardfield cage, which was used for the punishment of unsavoury characters. It has a beautiful church and a fine collection of houses. Great Bedwyn Great Bentley Great Bently is a large village eight miles from Colchester and five miles from Clacton and the Essex Coast. Great Bookham Great Braxted Great Bromley Great Burstead Great Canfield Great Chart Great Chesterford Great Clacton Great Clacton is a mile from Clacton-on-Sea town centre and seafront. It was originally a distinct village in its own right from the resort of Clacton-on-Sea; however it now merges into one large development. Great Dunmow Great Easton Great Gaddesden Great Hallingbury Great Holland Great Holland is a quiet, pleasant village situated between Frinton and Clacton with the sea visible in the distance. The offshore wind farm at Gunfleet Sands sandbank is now clearly visible and is due to begin operating in August 2009. Great Horkesley Great Hormead Great Leighs Great Maplestead Great Mongeham Great Munden Great Oakley Great Offley Great Parndon Great Saling Great Sampford Great Shefford Great Somerford Great Tey Great Totham Great Wakering Great Waltham Great Warley Street Great Wigborough Great Wishford Great Wymondley Great Wymondley is a village between Hitchin and Stevenage. The village, formerly known as Much Wymondley, is a conservation area with a number of listed buildings Great Yeldham Greatham Greenhill Greenhithe Greensted Greywell Grimstone Grittleton Groombridge Grove Grove Ferry Guestling Guildford Guildford - Surrey's county town - has all the richness and amenities of a city and yet remains compact enough to explore and enjoy with ease. Gurnard Gussage St Michael Hackington Hadleigh Hadlow Hadlow Down Hadstock Hailsham Hale Hale Halling Halstead Halstead Halstock Ham Ham Street The village of Hamstreet is situated where the Kentish Wealden hills meet the flatlands of Romney Marsh and there are plenty of traditional Kentish weather-board buildings in the village centre. Hamble-le-Rice The very name Hamble-le-Rice conjures up images of a peaceful backwater village in an idyllic beauty spot, and that is exactly what it is. Hambledon Hambledon Hammoon Hampreston Hampstead Norris We have just received a description of Hampstead Norris from one of our readers. This description of Hampstead Norris is currently being prepared for publication and will appear on this page within the next few days. Hamworthy Handcross Handley Hanging Langford Hankerton Hannington Hannington Harbledown Harbrough Hardenhuish Hardham In the village of Hardham you will find the tiny 11th century St. Botolph's Church. St. Botolph's contains one of the UK's earliest and most complete schemes of mediaeval wall paintings. Harlow The Essex town of Harlow is one of number of "new" towns constructed largely in the 1950's/60's. It was designed to be one of a number of satellite towns which were built to facilitate the overspill population from London. Harmer Green Harpenden Harpenden is a busy commuter town, and retains its charm with a tree-lined High Street and many 17th and 18th century buildings. The town centre offers several small interesting shops, excellent pubs and restaurants. Harrietsham Hartfield Hartley Hartley Row Hartley Wintney Situated in the county of Hampshire, Hartley Wintney is a large village on the River Hart. It is located between Basingstoke and Camberley. Hartshill Harwich Hascombe Haselbury Bryan Haslemere Hassocks Hastingleigh Hastings Hastings is located on the south coast of England in East Sussex, overlooking the English Channel. Despite having no natural harbour, it developed a large fishing fleet. Hatch Hatfield Hatfield Broad Oak Hatfield Heath Hatfield Peverel Havant Once a leading leather, glove and parchment-making centre, Havant evolved around an ancient network of springs and an old Roman crossroads which linked Arundel to Winchester and Hayling Island to Rowlands Castle. Haven Street Hawkhurst Hawkinge Hawkley Hawkwell Hawley Hawthorn Haydon Hayling Island Haywards Heath Headbourne Worthy Headcorn Headley Heathfield Heckfield Helion Bumpstead Hellingly Hemel Hempstead Hemel Hempstead is in Hertfordshire, eight miles west of St Albans and close to both the M1 and M25 motorways. Hempstead Henfield Henham Henley Henley is a small hamlet with 16 houses in the middle of the 15,000 acre Cowdray Estate. Henley is well known for its idyllic setting on the side of a north-eastward facing sandstone hill... Hermitage Herne Herne Bay Herne Bay is a sizeable seaside resort on the Thames Estuary in Kent. It lies seven miles north of historic Canterbury. Hernehill Herongate Herriard Hersham Herstmonceux Hertford Hertford is the county town of Hertfordshire and despite its country town atmosphere, it is just 19 miles north of London. Hertingfordbury Hever Hextable Hexton Heybridge Heyshott Heytesbury High Easter High Halden High Halstow This ancient village is set on the highest point of the Hoo Peninsula and has a wide variety of scenery within its boundaries. High Ongar High Roding High Welwyn Higham Highclere Highcliffe Lying four miles to the east of Christchurch, Highcliffe is just over a century old and during recent years has developed into a thriving and attractive area with beautiful, clean beaches, an excellent range of accommodation and good parking facilities. Highgate Highway Highworth Hilcott Hildenborough Hill Head Hilmarton Hilperton Hilsea Hilton Hindhead Hindon Hinton Hinton Ampner Hinxhill Hinxworth Hitchin Hitchin first known of in the 8th century but grew as a market town during the 15th century, then expanded rapidly when the railway came and presently has a population of approx 35,000. Hitchin is surrounded by open farmland Hoath Hockley Hoddesdon Holborough Holdenhurst Hollingbourne Hollington Holmbury St Mary Holmwood Holt Holton Heath Holwell Holwell Holybourne Hoo Hooe Hook Hooke Hookwood Horam Hordle Horley Horley is a traditional market town blending the old with the new, offering good convenience shopping to a large residential area. Hormead Horndean Horndon on the Hill Horndon-on-the-Hill is listed in the Doomsday Book as Horninduna. This name appears on a Saxon coin of Edward the Confessor (1042-1066AD) and suggests that Horninduna was once the site of a Royal Anglo-Saxon mint. Horne Horningsham Horringford Horsebridge Horsebridge Horsell Horsham Rich in history, Horsham District in the north east of the county, is a showcase of rural England, an inspiration for poets, artists and film makers alike. Horsmonden Horsted Keynes Horton Horton Horton Kirby Hothfield Hougham Houghton Hove Huish Hullavington Hungerford Hungerford Newton Hunton Hurley Hurn Hursley Hurst Hurst Green Hurstbourne Priors Hurstbourne Tarrant Hurstburne Tarrant Hurstpierpoint Hutton Hylands Hythe Hythe Hythe is a member of the Cinque Port federation, Hythe today is a pleasant seaside town. Once a thriving port, the old town, separated from the sea as a result of silting, it now lies 1.5 km inland. Ibsley Ibthorpe Ibworth Ickleford Icklesham Icklesham is a small village on the main A259 between Hastings and Rye. In earlier times it dominated the river brede in the valley to the north and is believed to have been a prime target to the Normans in 1066 when they landed. Ide Hill Ide Hill is one of the highest villages in Kent, perching on the top of the Greensand ridge at 800 feet above sea-level. It is a most attractive village grouped around its wide green, with a Victorian church on the edge of a wood. Iden Idmiston Ifield Iford Iford Imber Ingatestone Ingrave Inkpen Inworth Iping Ippollitts Isfield Isle of Grain The Isle of Grain is a sparsely populated area in North Kent. The name was derived from “greon” which means “gravel”. It is situated at the eastern tip of the Hoo Peninsula. Isle of Oxney Itchen Itchen Abbas Itchingfield Ivychurch Ivychurch is a sleepy village in the heart of the Romney Marsh. While it may not be awash with amenities, it does offer some interesting sights and historic buildings. Iwade Iwerne Minster Jevington Kearsney Keevil Kelshall Kelvedon Kelvedon Hatch Kemsing Kennington Kent Key Street Keymer Kilmeston Kilmington Kimmeridge Kimpton Kings Langley Kings Somborne King's Somborne is a pretty and peaceful village nestling in the Test Valley three miles to the south of Stockbridge in Hampshire. It is recorded in the Doomsday Book, where its name was Somborne Regis. Kings Walden Kings Worthy Kingsclere Kingsdown Kingsdown Kingsgate Kingsgate Bay is arguably one of Kent's most beautiful beaches - secluded, sandy and nestled between chalk cliffs, North Foreland golf course and the historic Kingsgate Castle. Kingsley Kingsnorth Kingsnorth Kingston Kingston Kingston Kingston Kingston near Lewes Kingswood Kingswood Manor Kingswood Warren Kintbury Kippings Cross Kirby Cross Kirby Cross and Kirby-le-Soken are two villages close to the seaside resorts of Frinton and Walton, which are a mile away. Kirdford Knebworth Knockholt Knockholt enjoys an airy situation on the crest of the North Downs. It is an old village, and over the years its focus has shifted from the original centre round the church to its offshoot Knockholt Pound a mile away. Knole Knook Knowlton Lacock Laindon Laleham Lamarsh Lamberhurst Lambourn Lancing Landford Langdon Hills Langford Langford is a tiny hamlet situated between Hatfield Peverel and Heybridge on the B1019. It has been an agricultural village for centuries, but is perhaps more famous now for the Waterworks which was built in 1927 Langley Langley Langley Langley Marish Langstone The Ship Inn and the Royal Oak on the harbour side at Langstone are said to have once been smuggler's haunts. Langton Matravers Lark Hill We have just received a description of Lark Hill from one of our readers. This description is currently being prepared for publication and will appear on this page within the next few days. Lasham Lashenden Latchingdon Laughton Lavant Laverstoke Lawford Layer de la Haye Layer Marney Lea Leatherhead Leatherhead ';The Gateway to the Surrey Hills', provides an excellent base for visitors wishing to explore the beautiful Surrey countryside and variety of nearby attractions. Leaveland Leavesden Green Leckford Lee-on-the-Solent Leeds Leigh Leigh Leigh Leigh Leigh-on-Sea Leigh-on-Sea is an old town in Essex, steeped in history and tradition. Leith Hill Leith Hill is not a town but a hill, the highest in the South East of England. On its shoulder perches the attractive little village of Coldharbour. Lenham Lepe Letchworth Leverstock Green Lewes Lewes is the county town of East Sussex. The castle overlooks the town and is open to visitors, as is the Barbican Museum opposite it. In such an historic town as Lewes there is obviously much to see. Lexden Leysdown Leysdown on the Isle of Sheppey is a traditional seaside resort with award-winning beach and facilities. Liddington Lilley Lillington Limpley Stoke Limpsfield Linchmere Lindfield Lindsell Lingfield Linkenholt Linton Liphook Liss Close by the A3 London to Portsmouth Rd. lies the large East Hampshire Village of Liss, dating back to medieval times and mentioned in the Domesday Book. Liston Litchfield Litlington Little Amwell Little Baddow Little Bedwyn Little Bentley Little Bentley is a small village situated between the A120 (Colchester - Harwich) and the A133 (Colchester - Clacton). Little Bentley has won the Essex Best Kept Village Award a number of times. Little Berkhampstead Little Bookham Little Bredy Little Bromley Little Burstead Little Canfield Little Chart Little Chesterford Little Clacton Little Clacton is a pleasant village on the outskirts of Great Clacton and Clacton town centre, it is situated approximately three miles from Weeley and Thorpe-Le-Soken. Little Dunmow Little Gaddesden Little Hadham Little Hinton Little Hormead Little Horsted Little Langford Little Munden Little Oakley Little Somborne Little Wakering Little Walden Little Waltham Little Warley Little Wigborough Little Wymondley Littlebourne Littlebury Littlehampton The West Sussex seaside resort of Littlehampton is 17 miles west of Brighton, at the mouth of the River Arun. Littleton Locks Heath Loders Lodsworth London Colney London Colney is a large village sited on the old coaching route between London and St. Albans. The village has a thriving historic centre with a hypermarket to the south. With 1,800 car parking spaces, it is one of the largest hypermarkets in the UK. Long Bredy Long Burton Long Crichel Long Ditton Long Sutton Longbridge Deverill Longcross Longfield Longham Longparish Longstock Longstreet Loose Loughton Low Street Lower Beeding Lower Farringdon Lower Froyle Lower Halstow Lower Hardres Lower Kingswood Loxwood Luckington Luddenham Luddesdown Ludgershall Ludwell Lulworth Camp Lurgashall Lurgashall, north west of Petworth, is a classic Sussex village with a triangular cricket green overlooked by the Noah's Ark, a friendly pub with a strong cricketing connection. Lydd Lydden Lydiard Millicent Lydiard Millicent is a small village and parish in the far North-East corner of Wiltshire, it is part of the District of North Wiltshire, but is close to the western edge of the Borough of Swindon. Lydiard Tregoze Lydlinch Lyme Regis The dramatic coastline of Lyme Regis is an area of great natural beauty, criss-crossed by good rambling paths, and home to many kinds of flora and fauna. Lyminge Lymington Lyminster Lympne Lyndhurst Lyndhurst is a delightful village situated in the New Forest in Hampshire. It is nine miles from Southampton. Lyneham Lynsted Lytchett Matravers Lytchett Minster Maddington Madehurst Maiden Bradley Maiden Newton Maidenhead Maidenhead is a town on the River Thames in Berkshire. It is 25 miles west of London. Maidstone Maidstone is the County Town of Kent and a thriving commercial centre with excellent shopping, sports and leisure facilities. Maldon The Essex town of Maldon is on the Blackwater Estuary about 10 miles east of Chelmsford. Malling Malmesbury Manningford Abbots Manningford Bohune Manningford Bruce Manston Manston Manton Manuden Mappowder Marchwood Marchwood has a sailing club and small Marina, it has a village centre with bakery, supermarket, PO, beauty parlour and hairdressers. a fish and chip shop and Chinese TA also! Marchwood has several recreational open spaces. Marden Maresfield Margaret Roding Margaretting Margate Margate has a lovely sea front and a fun fair. Donkey rides were first introduced on the sands of Margate in the early 19th century. Margate is also the birthplace of the Bathing Machine; Thomas Barber, a local man, made the first one in 1736. Mark Cross Market Lavington Market Lavington is a large, friendly and thriving village on the northern slopes of Salisbury Plain, about five miles south of Devizes. Marks Tey Markshall Markyate Marlborough Marlborough is a historic town in Wiltshire, midway between Calne and Hungerford. Marnhull Marshwood Marston Meysey Martin Martin Martyr Worthy Matching Matfield Mayfield Mayland Medstead Meesden Melbury Abbas Melbury Bubb Melcombe Regis Melksham Meonstoke Meopham Mere Mereworth Merrow Mersham Merstham Merstham is a North Downs village of ancient origin but modern attributes: It is more residential than commercial but is far from being a sleepy dormitory village. It is conveniently located in a gap of the North Downs on the London to Brig Merston Merstone Messing A very tidy village steeped in history, this small Essex village is a very pretty place that doesn't resemble its name in the slightest! This was how a magazine started its feature on our village recently. Micheldever Micheldever Station Michelmersh Mickleham Middle Street Middle Wallop Middle Winterslow Middleton Middleton-on-Sea The West Sussex village of Middleton-on-Sea is in the eastern suburbs of Bognor Regis. It is a small seaside community of around 5,000 residents. Midgham Midhurst Midhurst has its origins in the middle ages. The buildings round the Market Square are particularly attractive and include Elizabeth House, a rare example of a four-story timber-framed house. Milborne St. Andrew Mildenhall Mile End Milford Milford on Sea Millbrook Milston Milton Milton Abbas Milton Regis Milton Regis, a suburb of Sittingbourne, offers a tourist attraction with a difference. At Milton creek you will find an old sailing barge yard, which still carries out this type of work on a commercial basis. Minety Minstead Minster At Minster, the Isle of Sheppey's history is again brought to life at Minster abbey Gatehouse Museum, part of one of Kent's earliest Benedictine nunneries. Minster Mistley Molash Molesey Monk Sherborne Monkton Monkton Deverill Monxton Morden Morecombelake Morestead Moreton Moreton Quiet, peaceful, off the beaten track, Moreton is a mixture of village styles - linear in parts with a little thatched street, dispersed in others. Mortimer Common Mortimer West End Mosterton Motcombe Mottisfont Mottistone Mount Bures Mountfield Mountnessing Much Hadham Mudeford Only two miles from Christchurch, Mudeford is a charming fishing village lying at the entrance to Christchurch Harbour, a mecca for water-sports enthusiasts and fishermen. Mundon Murston Mytchett Navestock Nazeing Nether Cerne Nether Wallop Netheravon Netherbury Netley Abbey Netley Marsh Nettleton Nevendon New Alresford New Chapel New Milton New Romney Newbridge Newbury Newbury stands on the River Kennet in West Berkshire. It is well known for its racecourse. Newchurch Newchurch Newdigate Newenden Newgate Street Newhaven The coastal port of Newhaven is situated at the mouth of the River Ouse. Newhaven still has a daily ferry service to Dieppe and the harbour is always busy and a fascinating place to visit. Newick Newington Newnham Newnham Newport Newport Newton Tony Newtown Newtown Ninfield Niton Norleywood Normandy North Bradley North Fambridge North Hayling North Marden North Mimms North Mundham North Mymms North Ockendon North Stoneham North Tidworth North Waltham North Weald North Weald Bassett North Wraxall Northaw Northbourne Northchapel Northchurch Northfleet Northiam Northington Northwood Norton Norton Norton Norton Bavant Norton Heath Nursling Nutfield Nuthurst Nutley Nutley Oak Hangar Oakley Oaksey Oare Oare Oatlands Park Ockham Ockley Odiham Odstock Offham Offham Ogbourne St. Andrew Ogbourne St. George Old Romney Old Sarum Old Town Old Windsor Ongar Station Orcheston Ore Orlestone Orsett Orsett was the original seat of local government for the area and the site of a palace of the Bishop of London in medieval times. The village lock-up last used as a prison in 1848, and the animal pound still exist. Osborne Osmington Ospringe Otford Otterbourne Otterden Ottershaw Over Compton Over Wallop Overcombe Overcombe is a quiet beachfront area on the eastern side of Weymouth. It is about 2 miles from the town centre and harbour, with a frequent bus service. There is adequate parking. The beach itself is sand and shingle and is safe. Overton Oving Ovington Ovington Ower Owermoigne Owslebury Oxenwood Oxshott Oxted Paddlesworth Paddock Wood Pagham Pagham is a small, sea front town boasting a nature reserve located close to Pagham Lagoon. It has enough interesting wildlife to attract both the amateur and serious birdwatcher. Panfield Pangbourne Panshanger Parham Park Street Park Street Village is situated between Radlett and St Albans. There is a beautiful Nature Reserve, which was once chalk pits, and now there are 3 man-made lakes which are home to many species of birds and insects. Parkeston Parkstone Partridge Green Patcham Patching Patney Pattiswick Peasemore Peasmarsh Pebmarsh Peldon Pembury Penhurst Penselwood Penshurst Penton Mewsey Pentridge Peper Harow Perham Down Petersfield Petham Pett Petworth The magnificent Petworth House dominates Petworth; one of Sussex's most important country towns. Pevensey Pevensey Bay Pevensey Bay is on the coast of East Sussex, about five miles northeast of Eastbourne. The parish of Pevensey includes both the inland village of Pevensey and Pevensey Bay, which are about a mile apart. Pewsey Piddlehinton Nestled in the much admired Piddle Valley and in a designated area of outstanding natural beauty, lies the small, picturesque village of Piddlehinton. Piddletrenthide In the year 1002, Emma, the daughter of the Duke of Normandy, received, on her marriage to Ethelred (The Unready), land in the village of Piddletrenthide, in the valley of the River Piddle. Pilsdon Pimperne Pirbright Pirton Pitsea Pitt Pitton Plaistow Plaitford Plaxtol Plaxtol is a little gem nestling in a fold in the Bourne Valley just South of the A25 and to the west of Tonbridge. It is a small village, the Millenium Stone planted in the grass verge adjoining the Parish Church. Playden Pleshey Pluckley Plumpton Plumpton Green Polegate Poling Poole Poole is a large coastal resort in Dorset, five miles west of Bournemouth. Popham Port Victoria Portchester Portchester is a coastal suburb of Portsmouth in Hampshire, situated on the busy A27 between Portsmouth and Southampton. Portesham Portland Harbour Porton Portslade Portsmouth Famous for its Royal Naval base, historic dockyard and its football club, Portsmouth is a well-known port city in Hampshire on the south coast of England. Postling Potter Street Potterne Potters Bar Powerstock Poxwell Poynings Preston Preston is a large, quiet residential suburb of Weymouth just over 2 miles east of the town centre. Although part of Weymouth it retains its village feel and still includes farmland. Preston Preston Preston Preston Candover Privett Puckeridge Puddletown Pulborough Pulborough is the home of Parham House and Gardens, set in the heart of an ancient deer park, on the slopes of the South Downs. The house and gardens have been lovingly restored by the Pearson family. Puncknowle Purfleet Purfleet features in Bram Stoker's novel Dracula in which the famous vampire buys a house called 'Carfax' and lives in Purfleet. Purleigh Purton Purton Stoke Puttenham Pyecombe Pyrford Quarley Queenborough Queenborough, with much to remind visitors of its long history as a seafaring town, is well worth exploring. In the High Street is the Guildhall on the site of an earlier courthouse captured by the Dutch in 1667. Quendon Radipole Radlett Radwell Radwinter Rainham Rake Rampisham Ramsbury Ramsden Heath Ramsey Ramsgate Ramsgate is a popular seaside town in Thanet, East Kent. It has lovely sandy beaches which first attracted visitors in the 19th century. Ratton Village Rawreth Rayleigh Rayne Reading Reading is the county town of Royal Berkshire, situated in beautiful countryside in the heart of the Thames Valley, with the Rivers Kennet and Thames running through the town. Reculver Redbourn Redbourn was a strategically positioned roman settlement along Watling Street and is famous locally as the scene of the first recorded cricket match in Hertfordshire in 1666. Redbridge Redhill Redhill is a rural market town adjacent to Reigate and 20 miles south of London. It is situated in the North Downs of Surrey. Redlynch Reed Reigate The historic market town of Reigate nestles at the foot of the North Downs which provide a magnificent backdrop. Remenham Rettendon Rettendon is a quite widely spread village and includes the hamlet of Battlesbridge which is on the tidal River Crouch. The parish church is All Saints and sits on the hill just off the main road to Chelmsford. Richborough Castle Rickmansworth Ridge Ridgewell Ridley Ringmer Ringstead Ringwood Ringwould Ripe Ripley Ripley Rivenhall River Robertsbridge Rochester Rochester is often referred to as 'the City of Great Expectations' due to its association with Charles Dickens. There is a Dickens Centre, as well as Dickens festivals in the summer and at Christmas. Rochford Rockbourne Rodmell Rodwell Roffey Rogate Rollestone Rolvenden Romney New Romney is the largest town on Romney marsh, and an ancient Cinque Port. Old Romney is an unspoiled village lying to the west. Romsey Rookley Ropley Rotherfield Rotherwick Rottingdean Roundway Rowde Rowhedge Rowlands Castle Rowledge Roxwell Royal Tunbridge Wells Royal Tunbridge Wells remains one of the most elegant towns in the country, and was considered a rival to Bath when it was a fashionable spa from the 17th to 19th centuries. Roydon Royston Ruckinge Rudgwick Rudloe Rushall Rushall is an ancient settlement set next to the River Avon in Wiltshire's beautiful Pewsey Vale. Rushden Rusper The parish of Rusper dates back to at least the 12th century A.D. The parish is nestled between Crawley and Horsham and is home to around 1,500 people. Rustington Ryarsh Ryde Rye The historic small town of Rye stands on the edge of Romney Marsh in East Sussex. It is at the confluence of the Brede, Tillingham and Rother rivers. Rye Harbour The fishing village Rye Harbour sits near the mouth of the river Rother, in East Sussex and still has small boats moored along the river. Sacomb Saffron Walden Salcott Salfords Salisbury Salisbury is an important cathedral city in south east Wiltshire, bordering on the Salisbury Plain. This strategic point beside the confluence of several rivers was the site of Neolithic settlement at the area known as Old Sarum. Saltdean Sandgate Sandgate spans 2 ½kms of Kent coastline between Folkestone and Hythe. It fringes the English Channel and clusters beneath steep wooded slopes. Sandhurst Sandhurst Sandleheath Sandon Sandown Sandridge Sandridge lies north-east of St. Albans, and was recorded in the 1086 Doomsday Book. Sandridge Village is a conservation area centred around St Leonards Church, which is open most summer weekends. Sandwich Sandwich is one of the most complete medieval towns in England, it has great charm and character, with its network of narrow streets and alleys; it is one of the five ancient Cinque Ports established by Royal Charter in 1155. Sarratt Sarre Savernake Station Sawbridgeworth Seabrook Seaford Seaford is a seaside town on the south coast situated between Brighton and Eastbourne. The coast and countryside attract many visitors to this area. Seagry Seal Seale Seasalter The village of Seasalter can be found on the north coast of Kent, facing the Isle of Sheppey across the mouth of the River Swale. Seaview Sedghill Sedlescombe Seend Selborne Selham Sellindge Selling Selmeston Selsey Selsey is a small seaside town just 8 miles from Chichester on the West Sussex coast. It lies at the tip of the Manhood Peninsula and is almost an island, being surrounded on three sides by the sea. Selstead Semington Semley Send Sendmarsh Sevenhampton Sevenoaks Sevenoaks is believed to have derived its name from a group of seven oak trees which once grew in the area, long since gone; but to keep the legend alive, seven oaks were taken from Knole Park and ceremoniously planted on the common in 1955. Shadoxhurst Shaftesbury Arriving in Shaftesbury from the north-east, one may well be given the impression that it is much like many others - a bustling and pleasant little town situated on the borders of Dorset, Somerset and Wiltshire. Shalbourne Shalden Shalfleet Shalford Shalford Shanklin Shapwick Sharnal Street Shaw Shawford Shedfield Sheering Sheerness Sheet Shell Haven Shenfield Shenley Shephall Shepherdswell Shepperton Sherborne Sherborne is a mellow-stoned living pageant of history. The ancient Abbey Church has one of the most graceful and delicate fan-vaulted roofs in England, and some fine stained glass. Sherborne St. John Shere Sherfield English Sherfield on Loddon Shermanbury Sherston Shide Shillingstone Shinfield Shipborne Shipley The village of Shipley, has views of the South Downs and the iron age Chanctonbury Ring camp. The church was built by the Knights Templar around 1125. Shoeburyness Shoeburyness is a small town of 20,000 residents and a peninsula, or ness, which juts out into the sea at the estuary of the River Thames. This Essex town is 3 miles east of Southend and 44 miles from London. Sholden Sholing Shootend Shoreham Shoreham A short car ride from Shoreham is Shoreham Airport, officially opened in 1911, was host to the British pioneers of air flight. The oldest licensed airport in the world. Shorncliffe Camp Shorne Shorwell Shottermill Shrewton Shroton Sible Hedingham Sidlesham Sidley Silchester Silton Singleton Singleton is one of West Sussex's small and charming villages in the Lavant Valley. Sissinghurst Sittingbourne Sittingbourne is a modern day market town, but has very strong links with the sailing barge history in its past, which is still very much in evidence today. Slaugham Slaughterford Slindon Slindon is on the South slopes of the Downs and mostly in the care of the National Trust. Charming and unspoiled, with brick and flint houses there are walks through the surrounding beech woods and open downland. Slinfold Slough Slough is 22 miles west of London in the royal county of Berkshire, close to Windsor and Maidenhead. Smarden Smarden is a wonderful place to live and to visit. It is a beautiful Kentish weavers' village with around 200 buildings of architectural and historical note dating from the '4th Century. Smeeth Snargate Snave Snodland Soberton Sole Street Sompting Sonning Sopley Sopworth South Benfleet The lovely town of South Benfleet is 30 miles east of London in Essex. South Fawley South Hanningfield South Harting South Hayling South Lancing South Marston South Mimms South Mundham South Newton South Nutfield South Ockendon South Perrott South Stoneham South Tidworth South Wraxall Southampton Southampton has been an important port for centuries, situated on England’s south coast and is a fascinating place to visit. Southborough Southbourne Southbourne Southbourne is a popular holiday resort and is a suburb of Bournemouth. Situated between Boscombe and Christchurch, it offers a pleasant beach and a host of nearby visitor attractions. Southend Southend-on-Sea, often known simply as Southend, is a popular seaside resort in Essex. It is on the north side of the Thames Estuary about 40 miles from the centre of London. Southfleet Southminster Ten miles southeast of Maldon lies the town of Southminster on the Dengie peninsula of Essex. Southsea Southsea is a coastal town at the southern tip of Portsea Island near Portsmouth in Hampshire. Southwater Southwell Southwick Southwick Southwick Sparsholt Speen Speldhurst Spetisbury St. Albans St Albans has been welcoming visitors from far afield for 2000 years. First built as Verulamium by the Romans, the city was renamed St. Albans after the first British Christian martyr. St. Helens St. Ives St. Lawrence St. Leonards St. Leonards St. Margaret's at Cliffe St Margaret's at Cliffe is situated on the southeast coast of England, between Dover and Deal. St. Mary Bourne St. Mary Hoo St. Michaels St. Nicholas at Wade St. Osyth St Osyth is a historic village in Essex located between Colchester< and Clacton-on-Sea. St. Paul's Walden Staines Situated on the north bank of the River Thames in Surrey>, Staines is 5 miles from London Heathrow Airport and 17 miles from Charing Cross in central London. Stalbridge Stalisfield Stambourne Standon Stanford Stanford le Hope Stanford Rivers Stanmer Stanstead Abbots Stanstead Abbotts is a large village in Hertfordshire, north of London. The Greenwich meridian passes through the centre of the village, which is recorded by marker posts. Stansted The village of Stansted in Kent is ten miles west of Maidstone and within a mile of both the M20 and the A20. It is frequently confused with Stansted International Airport which actually is 50 miles north in Essex. Stansted Mountfitchet When wondering how best to describe the Saxon village of Stansted Mountfitchet to a possible tourist, the phrase, " big things come in small packages" springs to mind. Stanton Fitzwarren Stanton St Quintin Stanwell Staple Staple Cross Staplefield Stapleford Stapleford Stapleford Abbots Stapleford Tawney Staplehurst Stebbing Stedham Steep Steeple Steeple Ashton Steeple Bumpstead Steeple Langford Stelling Stevenage Stevenage was the very first of the constructed New Towns of Britain, primarily built to house post-war Londoners who had either lost their houses, or needed a boost in morale and a cleaner, safer alternative to London. Steventon Steyning Steyning lies inland from Shoreham-by-Sea, it has a wealth of timber framed buildings, including Woodhouse Cottage in Mouse Lane, and 14th and 15th century half type houses with projecting first floors in the High Street. Stifford Stisted Stoborough Stock Stockbridge Stockbury Stockcross Stocking Pelham Stoke Stoke Abbott Stoke D'Abernon Stone Stonewood Stony Cross Inn Stopham Storrington Stoughton Stoughton Stour Provost Stourpaine Stourton Stourton Caundle Stowting Stratfield Mortimer Stratfield Saye Stratton Stratton St. Margaret Streatley Strethall Anyone with any doubts about the beauty of the Essex countryside should visit Strethall in mid August on a day when the sun is shining down on the golden cornfields and the harvest is well and truly underway. Strood Studland Studley Sturmer Sturminster Marshall Sturminster Newton Sturry Sulham Sulhampstead Sulhampstead Abbots Sunbury Sundridge Sunningdale Sunninghill Sunninghill Park Sutton at Hone Sutton Benger Sutton Bingham Sutton Scotney Sutton Valence Swalecliffe Swallowcliffe Swallowfield Swanage Swanage lies on the southeast coast of Dorset, about 10km south of Poole. It is on a strangely shaped peninsula called the Isle of Purbeck. Swanley Swanmore Swanmore is a small village set amid beautiful countryside in rural Hampshire. It's a pleasant place with a good atmosphere and friendly people. Swanscombe Sway Swaythling Swindon Swindon is a large Wiltshire town on the north side of the M4 between Bristol and Reading. Swingfield Swyre Tadley Tadworth Takeley Tandridge Tangley Tangmere Tarrant Gunville Tarrant Hinton Tarrant Keynston Tarrant Monkton Tarrant Rushton Tarring Neville Tatsfield Teffont Magna Temple Ewell Tenterden Tenterden is a delightful country town with wide tree lined streets, historic buildings, inns and shops. It has been described as ' the Jewel of the Weald'. Terling Tewin Teynham Thakeham Thames Ditton Thames Haven Thannington Thatcham Thaxted Theale Therfield Theydon Bois Thorley Thorncombe Thornwood Common Thorpe Thorpe is mentioned in the Doomsday Book as 'Torpe'; the village has not changed much in 900 years Thorpe le Soken Thorpe Le-Soken dates from Saxon times and has a number of historic houses and buildings providing the village with a character distinct from Frinton, Clacton or Walton which developed as seaside resorts. Much of the village has changed re Thorrington Three Bridges Three Legged Cross Thruxton Thundersley Thundridge Thurrock Thurrock is situated in the south-west of Essex and borders the north bank of the River Thames. Thurrock is the gateway to London with easy access to both Kent and Essex via the M25 motorway. Thursley Ticehurst Tichborne Tidcombe Tidmarsh Tidworth Tilbury Tilbury Tilehurst Tilehurst is a suburb of Reading in Berkshire, bounded by the River Thames in the North, Sulham woods to the west and the A4 to the south. Tillingham Tillington Tilmanstone Tilshead Tilty Timsbury Tiptree Tisbury Tisted Titchfield Titsey Tockenham Todber Tollard Royal Toller Porcorum Tollesbury Tolleshunt D'Arcy Tolleshunt Knights Tolleshunt Major Tolpuddle Tonbridge Tonbridge is an ancient town dominated by its Norman Castle, it was built in a delightful setting on the River Medway. Home to the famous Tonbridge School founded in 1553 by Sir Andrew Judd a former Lord Mayor of London. Tongham Toppesfield Totland Totton Totton is a small town in Hampshire, separated from Southampton by the River Test. Trent Tring Trotterscliffe Trotton Trowbridge Tudeley Tufton Tunstall Tunworth Turners Hill Turners Puddle Twineham Twyford Twyford Tyes Cross Tyneham Tytherton Lucas Uckfield Udimore Ugley Ulcombe Ulwell Upavon Upchurch Upham Upper Beeding Upper Clatford Upper Farringdon Upper Hale Upper Hardres Upper Marden Upper Somborne Upper Stratton Upton Upton Grey Upton Scudamore Upwey Urchfont Vange Ventnor Vernham Dean Verwood Virginia Water The affluent village of Virginia Water is in Surrey and is christened after the lake and stream of the same name. Virley Wadhurst Wainscott Wakes Colne Walberton Waldershare Waldron Walkern Wallington Wallington Walmer The Walmer of today is a relatively quiet mainly residential seaside town. It has, however, played a significant role in English history. Julius Caesar and his legions are said to have first landed on Walmer beach in 55BC. Waltham Waltham Waltham Abbey Waltham Chase Waltham Cross Waltham Holy Cross Waltham St. Lawrence Walton on the Hill Walton on the Naze Walton-on-the-Naze in Essex is a delightful Victorian styled seaside town and popular holiday resort, which has remained largely untouched since the 1950s. Walton-on-Thames Walton on Thames is a pleasant riverside town with a new pedestrian shopping centre boasting many designer shops and a multitude of high profile restaurant with al fresco summer time eating. Wanborough Warbleton Warblington Once an old Saxon village, Warblington is now pretty much deserted. All that remains are the ruins of a 16th century castle, standing alone in a farmer's field. Warden Ware Ware is a pleasant market town in east Hertfordshire. Set in the valley of the River Lea it lies just to the north of London and was once a popular coaching town on the Great North Road. Wareham We have just received a description of Wareham from one of our readers. This description is currently being prepared for publication and will appear on this page within the next few days. Warfield Wargrave Warlingham Warminster Warminster is Wiltshire, southwest of Salisbury Plain. It sits on the River Were and is a charming leafy town of 17,000 residents. Warnford Warnham Warsash Wartling Washington Wasing Wateringbury Waterlooville Waterlooville is essentially a community shopping centre, Waterlooville has plenty to offer the visitor also, there are often special shopping events taking place. Watford The Hertfordshire town of Watford is 20 miles north west of London within the M25 motorway. Watton at Stone Wavehorne Weald Weeke Weeley Weeley village is eleven miles from Colchester, seven miles west of Walton and five miles from Clacton. The main road to Frinton and Walton passes through, busy with traffic although off the main road the village itself is less busy Welford Welwyn Welwyn Garden City Wendens Ambo Wentworth West Ashton West Bay West Bergholt West Byfleet West Chaldon West Chiltington West Clandon West Compton West Cowes West Dean West Dean West Dean West End West Firle West Grimstead West Grinstead West Hanningfield West Harting West Hoathley West Horsley West Hythe West Itchenor The pretty village of West Itchenor is just southwest of Chichester, in a delightful area of West Sussex. West Kingsdown West Kington West Knoyle West Langdon West Lavington West Lulworth West Malling West Meon West Mersea West Molesey West Moors West Orchard West Parley West Peckham West Preston West Stoke West Stourmouth West Stratton West Thorney West Thurrock West Tilbury West Tilbury was the site chosen for the Camp Royal in 1588 to prepare for the threatened Spanish invasion. West Tisted West Wellow West Winterslow West Wittering The delightful village of West Wittering lies in a beautiful part of West Sussex, close to endless stretches of untamed beach and windblown sand dunes. West Woodhay West Worldham West Worthing Westbourne Westbury The Wiltshire town of Westbury is most famous for its White Horse carved into the chalk hillside. Just above the White Horse is the site of an Iron Age hill fort. Westcott Westenhanger Westergate Westerham Westerham is on the western edge of Kent, and is an attractive place with restaurants, teashops and antique shops around its village green. Westfield Westgate on Sea Westgate-on-Sea is a seaside resort in northeast Kent, overlooking the River Thames estuary about two miles west of Margate. Westhampnett Westmeston Westmill Weston Weston Weston Corbett Weston Patrick Westwood Wethersfield Weybridge Weybridge is to the south of the River Thames in the Elmbridge area of Surrey. It is situated at the mouth of the River Wey, hence its name. Weyhill Weymouth Weymouth is a diverse and popular resort set in the heart of the UNESCO Jurassic Coast World Heritage Site. It's bounded by Lyme Bay and Chesil Beach to the west, and Weymouth Bay to the south and east. Whatlington Wheathampstead Wheathampstead is one of the district's most attractive villages. Wheathampstead has a well documented history dating back to pre-Roman times. Whempstead Wherwell Whippingham Whitchurch Whitchurch Whitchurch Canonicorum Whitcombe White Notley White Roding White Waltham Whitechurch Whiteparish Whitfield Whitley Whitsbury Whitstable Almost any visitor to Whitstable will be surprised. This sleepy town on the north Kent coast has no seaside promenade and few arcade amusements. There are no faded fairgrounds or rows of deck-chairs. Although the national press makes much o Whitwell Whitwell Whyteleafe Wichling Wick Wicken Bonhunt Wickford Wickham Wickham Wickham Bishops Widdington Widford Widford Wield Wigginton Wilcot Willesborough Willingale Willingdon Wilmington Wilmington Wilsford Wilton Wimbish Wimborne Minster The delightful historic, bustling market town of Wimborne Minster lies in the picturesque water meadows of the rivers Stour and Allen. Wimborne Minster is twinned with Valognes in France and Ochsenfurt in Germany. Wimborne St. Giles Winchelsea Winchester The cathedral city of Winchester is in Hampshire, bordering on the scenic South Downs. Winchfield The small village of Winchfield is in southeast Hampshire, eight miles east of Basingstoke. Windlesham Windlesham is in North WestSurrey and is named after the Windle Brook that runs through the village. It was once a small farming village within Windsor Great Park. Windsor Windsor - A Georgian and Victorian town which grew up around the magnificent castle. Wren completed the fine Guildhall in 1689. An attractive place for shopping, with many antique shops. Winfrith Newburgh Wingfield Wingham Winkfield Winnersh Winterborne Abbas Winterborne Kingston Winterborne Monkton Winterborne Steepleton Winterborne Stickland Winterbourne Winterbourne Bassett Winterbourne Dauntsey Winterbourne Earls Winterbourne Gunner Winterbourne Monkton Winterbourne Stoke Winterslow Winton Wisborough Green Wisley Wissington Witchampton Witham Withyham Witley Wittersham Wivelsfield Wivelsfield Green Wivenhoe Wix Woking Woking offers convenient shopping, top quality entertainment, sporting action, relaxing countryside and interesting days out for all the family. Wokingham Woldingham Wolverton Womenswold Wonersh Wonston Woodborough Woodchurch Woodcott Woodford Woodham Ferrers Woodham Mortimer Woodley Woodmancote Woodsford Wool Woolland Woolston Wootton Wootton Wootton Bassett Wootton Bridge Wootton Fitzpaine Wootton Rivers Wootton St. Lawrence Wormingford Wormley Wormshill Worplesdon Worth Worth Worth Matravers Worthing The popular seaside town of Worthing, has a largely pedestrianised shopping centre, all on level ground. Worthing was immortalised by Oscar Wilde in 'The Importance of Being Earnest'. Worting Worton Wotton Wouldham Wrabness Wraysbury Wrecclesham Writtle Wrotham Wroughton Wroxall Wych Cross Wyddial Wye Wyke Regis Wylye Yalding Yapton Yarmouth Yatesbury Yatebury is now a small village nestling at the foot of the Marlbrogh Downs, betwen Beckhampton and Calne. Yatton Keynell Yetminster Zeals


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