It won " the best kept village " some years ago.
The road down there is one of my favourites as it offers you peeks of lovely rolling country side.
Right in the middle of nowhere is a little cottage which I would love to live in.
It has grand views all way round and no neighbours whatsoever.
The village itself has one of those cute finger posts that looks like it's been there for centuries.
It's just one big street with a few cottages , a manor house and a pub.
These entrance gates belong to a cute cottage-ey style manor house.
They used to have geese walking free at the front but I haven't seem them for a while.With their gak-gak-gak noise and their wing flapping they were pretty scary and extremely good as guard dogs.You can't get past them silently.
.And then there's the rest of the village.
You know, when I see show gardens on tv or in real life, at the Chelsea Flower Show, or the Hampton Court Flower Show, I always think that there are many more " show gardens" around that never get a medal, haven't been designed by a famous garden designer and won't be shown on tv.
But they are just a fabulous anyway.
English people just know how to make gardens look fantastic, even if they haven't got a garden designer certificate.
This poor little doggie was desperate to go for a walk and was longingly looking at Maud and Millie who were being taken for a walk.
It's a cute little street with lovely houses- nothing too grand , but just the right kind of nice.
And if you get bored with the main street there is a lovely walk along the canal if you go past the Gate keepers cottage.
It's perfect for a quiet evening walk..
And the dogs love it there.
Have a great weekend.