GREAT PICTURES AND NARRATIVE, SUE!
I spent too much of the day twiddling my thumbs in hospital waiting rooms far from home, thanks to the economic logic that sends patients to distant towns, not just for the specialist units…which is understandable… but for routine appointments…which is not. As a reward for managing not to mutter imprecations under my breath all day, I decided to call at one of those places where the adventures of ‘Don’ and ‘Wen’ first began. Although we have a fair few pictures of Little Missenden, we have never managed to do the church or the village justice… and hospital or not, I had the camera.
Little Missenden is a tiny, Buckinghamshire village that you would miss if you blinked. It is, however, well known across the world by another name as its homes and streets have featured many times in Midsomer Murders. At its heart is a lovely old church and…
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