Pictures of England


Historic Towns & Picturesque Villages

A picture of Bardney


in the county of Lincolnshire

The front of the little thatched church at Little Stretton, Shropshire

Little Stretton

in the county of Shropshire

Royal Albert Bridge, Plymouth


in the county of Devon

Picturesque Villages in England

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Brent Knoll, Somerset

Brent Knoll occupies an ancient landscape dominated by the Iron-Age fort on the summit of an isolated little round hill which rises to around 457 feet high...

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Briantspuddle, Dorset

This remarkable village owes much to the agricultural experiment carried out by Sir Ernest Debenham during the years between the two World Wars...

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Brightwell-cum-Sotwell, Oxfordshire

This gorgeous little village set in a hollow beneath Whittington Clumps is revered as the home of Doctor Edward Bach, creator of the celebrated Bach Flower Remedies used in homeopathic treatments...

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Broad Campden, Gloucestershire

A very pretty Cotswold village in Gloucestershire surrounded by beautiful rolling countryside. The village has many old thatched cottages and buildings made of the famous golden.....

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Broadhembury, Devon

Broadhembury is an idyllic village which is an oasis of calm and beauty lying at the edge of the Blackdown Hills...

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Broadway, Worcestershire

The village of Broadway in the Cotswolds richly deserves the prestige of being the "show village of England"..

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Broadwell, Gloucestershire


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Broadwindsor, Dorset

Broadwindsor is a sleepy picturesque village in the countryside of West Dorset, 2 miles west of the pretty town of Beaminster, and was once a hiding place for King Charles II as.....

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Brockenhurst, Hampshire

Gloriously set, like a jewel in a crown, between woodland and heathland, is the picturesque place called Brockenhurst...

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Brockhampton, Herefordshire

The village of Brockhampton is best known for its fine Stone and Concrete church designed by W.R.Lethaby a follower of the Arts and Crafts movement, and was built at the turn of the 20th-century. One of the beauties of the church is its stunning thatched roof, one of only three in the country...

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Broughton Mills, Cumbria

It offers a panorama of superb views in all directions, and is certainly one of the most magnificent walking areas close to the western fringe of the Lake District National Park...

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Buckland, Gloucestershire


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Burleigh, Gloucestershire


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Burnham Market, Norfolk

An attractive and popular village on the north coast of Norfolk...

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Burton Bradstock, Dorset

This in one of the most enchanting villages to be found along the sweeping Dorset coast. It has gorgeous little lanes where there are eye catching thatched cottages with walls.....

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Bythorn, Cambridgeshire


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Cadgwith, Cornwall

Cadgwith, is in a truly beautiful area, it lies next to Ruan Minor and close to the overwhelming magnificence of Lizard Point...

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Caldbeck, Cumbria

An old brewery stands beside the Caldbeck - a tribute to the cold clear waters which gave the village its name. Caldbeck, which means 'cold stream' in Old Norse, grew up where.....

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Cartmel, Cumbria

Cartmel's village square is surrounded by old shops, pubs and a 14th century gatehouse owned by the National Trust...

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Castle Bolton, North Yorkshire


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