The third part of the tour of the villages of Somerset takes us from Kingsdon to Othery.
Click on the link to read the full post for each village.
K is also for Kingsdon.
Nestled in the rolling hills to the south of Somerton, Kingsdon is what chocolate box villages are supposed to look like.
L is for Lydeard St Lawrence.
Situated between the Quantocks and Exmoor, this was the home of a soldier who met an accidental death.
M is for Milverton.
A large village with high pretentions, this is a beauty to wander around.
N is for North Curry.
A village that is there for show, North Curry is meant to be seen.
O is for Othery.
A village whose soul has been ripped out by the traffic streaming through it, there is still a quiet heart to Little England.
Next week, in the last of the recaps, we visit villages P, Q R, S and T.