Urchfont is a lovely rural village and parish in the Vale of Pewsey, north of Salisbury Plain in Wiltshire. It is mentioned in the Domesday Book of 1086, including having three mills.
A typical English Village with a Duck Pond, Church, Village Hall, Community Shop and Post Office, The Lamb Inn, School, Cricket/Croquet ground, Recreation Ground, Allotments and a wonderful selection chocolate box thatched cottages. It is surrounded by active farmland along with well stocked farm shops.
The St Michael and All Angels Church dates from the late 13th century. It is Grade I listed and many of the monuments in the churchyard are Grade II listed including 18th-century chest tombs.
The left hand picture of a series of 2 of the Wiltshire village of Urchfont.
The picture is 88cm wide but displayed here in two parts to show detail
LIMITED EDITION OF 250
Edition: up to number 2 of 250
Size: Picture size 88 x 10.5cm
Buy: Finished size 35x95cm mounted