The cap badge on the slope above Foxhole Bottom, made by Australian troops, 1916-17, incorporating glass beer bottle bases. Polishing the bottles
The military cemetery in Codford St Mary, the second largest of its kind in the UK, lies in a peaceful spot by the parish church and contains the g
The George Inn, first recorded in 1541, had become the stopping place for the Rocket stagecoach before 1800, and was described in 1787 as a stone a
Colston is widely revered as one of Bristol's biggest benefactors.
Raja Rammohan Roy was born of a distinguished Brahmin family in Bengal.
The small parish of Timberscombe in the Avill valley south of Dunster, far away from the theatres of war, showed extraordinary patriotism following
The 233 names on the town memorial represent only a small proportion of Basingstoke men who died serving in the First World War.
The war memorial for Bishops Hull stands in a prominent position in the centre of the village.
The wooden lychgate at the entrance to the church yard from the street was erected in 1919 as a memorial to the 13 men of the parish who lost their