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The Horse and Groom Pub, Charlton, where my Mum lived and grew up.

The Horse and Groom Pub, Charlton, where my Mum lived and grew up.

The Stunning Malmesbury Abbey, Wiltshire.  Located only 20 minutes from the Cotswold Water Park an believed to be the oldest Borough in England.

The Stunning Malmesbury Abbey, Wiltshire. Located only 20 minutes from the Cotswold Water Park an believed to be the oldest Borough in England.

Malmesbury Town Hall - Malmesbury Town Hall dates back, in parts, to 1846, with a history of uses that include a Wesleyan chapel, the town’s fire station, court and assembly hall. Malmesbury Town Hall wedding venue in Malmesbury, Wiltshire

Malmesbury Town Hall - Malmesbury Town Hall dates back, in parts, to 1846, with a history of uses that include a Wesleyan chapel, the town’s fire station, court and assembly hall. Malmesbury Town Hall wedding venue in Malmesbury, Wiltshire

Malmesbury, England 1800's

Malmesbury, England 1800's

Bremilham Church, Wiltshire: The smallest "in service" church in Britain is to hold its once a year service on Sunday to mark Rogationtide.    The tiny church, on a farm near Malmesbury in Wiltshire, is just 4m (13ft) long by about 3.4m (11ft) wide.

Malmesbury's smallest "in service" church holds service

Bremilham Church, Wiltshire: The smallest "in service" church in Britain is to hold its once a year service on Sunday to mark Rogationtide. The tiny church, on a farm near Malmesbury in Wiltshire, is just 4m (13ft) long by about 3.4m (11ft) wide.

The stone built Old Bell Hotel in Malmesbury, Wiltshire is apparantly Britain's oldest purpose built hotel and dates back to 1220.    Built along side Malmesbury Abbey, it was apparantly built in order to house visiting pilgrims to the abbey during the 12th century.    The hotel is still in use as a hotel today and is situated in the beautiful area known as the Cotswolds.

The stone built Old Bell Hotel in Malmesbury, Wiltshire is apparantly Britain's oldest purpose built hotel and dates back to 1220. Built along side Malmesbury Abbey, it was apparantly built in order to house visiting pilgrims to the abbey during the 12th century. The hotel is still in use as a hotel today and is situated in the beautiful area known as the Cotswolds.

Abbey House, Malmesbury, Wiltshire. The Saxon Arch with path leading through to the Main House. Yew and boxwood topiary.

Abbey House, Malmesbury, Wiltshire. The Saxon Arch with path leading through to the Main House. Yew and boxwood topiary.

Malmesbury Abbey (UK)

Malmesbury Abbey (UK)

malmesbury - Google Search

malmesbury - Google Search

The Rectory Hotel, Malmesbury, Wiltshire, England

The Rectory Hotel, Malmesbury, Wiltshire, England

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