Category: Heritage Attractions


Imber The ‘ghost village’ of Imber lies in the middle of Salisbury Plain. The villagers were required to leave in 1943 so the village could be used to train troops for the D-Day landings. The military kept the village after…

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St William's College

St William's College In 1457 Henry VI granted York Minster a license to establish a college of chantry priests here, in the lee of the Minster church. The foundation was delayed by the turmoil of the Wars of the Roses,…

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Upper Slaughter

Upper Slaughter Upper Slaughter is an undiscovered gem of a village, overlooked by the hordes that descend upon nearby Bourton on the Water. A quiet stream flows through the village centre, past houses of honey-coloured Cotswold stone. Upper Slaughter manor…

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Trunch A very attractive village near the north Norfolk coast, Trunch has a small village green, a friendly 16th century pub, and a wonderful 15th century church dedicated to St Botolph. The most interesting part of the church is its…

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Thurgarton, All Saints Church

Thurgarton, All Saints Church “At Thurgarton Church the sun burns the winter clouds over the gaunt Danish stone and thatched reeds that cover the barest chapel I know”. So write Norfolk poet George Baker. Baker’s description was coloured by his…

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