Wiltshire                                                                   All photos by Hetty

5th June 2020                                                          Map of walk

Sherston village has a big market place from the time when it was a borough. Most of the village was destroyed in a disastrous fire in 1511 and the houses are all of stone now with some interesting doorways. It used to have lots of pubs and some signs remain.

Balcony House with 1500s facade

N P lived here in 1691


Thimble Cottage

Former 1820s chapel

Old Court House, early 16th century

Church House

Gouldings was a butcher’s shop


Former Swan Inn

16th century Angel Hotel – was owned by Winifrid Goodcheap, alias Cowly in 1648

This was another pub, built in the 16th century.

The old school, built in 1845,  is now a post office and other businesses

Rattlebone Inn

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