My recap of the villages of Somerset continues… Click on the links to read the full posts…
F is for Farrington Gurney.
Not an Edwardian detective, but a 12th century village in the north of the county.
G is for Godney.
When one village just won’t do, why not have three?
H is for Haselbury Plucknett.
Detective Gurney has to have a nemesis, so strike forth, sir!
I is for Isle Abbots.
A river names Isle, and countryside perfection.
K is for Kingweston.
There are no Js in Somerset, so, instead, the first of two villages beginning with a K.
Next week, it’s K (Mk II) to O…