Thursday 10 June 2010

Wooton Rivers

After our night at Pewsey on unsatisfactory moorings, we decided to move on today to Wooton Rivers, another nice spot that we saw on our outward journey.  This time we were lucky, the moorings were empty and we hastily tied up.  We had a wander into the village to look at the church and it’s curious clock, having ‘Glory be to God’ on it’s face, instead of numbers.



Wooton Rivers is the quintessential English village, with most of the buildings bearing thatched roofs

 SDC10949Manor Farm House

 SDC10950The Royal Oak, where we plan to eat tonight

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