Worth the drive through the country lanes to find this village literally left in WW2. Sympathetic restoration to time parts and great information boards give a great educational value to the visit!
Bringing an understanding of the war years to my children was an important part of our visit. The church was lovely and the school rooms a great example of how children would have been educated.
You need not spend hours here but it is worth a visit!
Note - the car park has a voluntary donation box! Please pay a little towards your visit as the village is free to look around!
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