The Prince of Wales Hilton
The village, first recorded in 1014, was probably originally a Saxon settlement. It has a number of
attractions, most notably the village green, said to have been laid out by Lancelot 'Capability' Brown, which provides a splendid setting for the
village cricket pitch.
At the southern end of the green is a turf maze, made in 1660 to commemorate King Charles II's restoration, one of
only eight such surviving mazes in England. Nearby is the Church of St Mary Magdalene, which has 12th and 13th century
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