West Dean…a most splendid place

23rd June 2022, 1:47pm | By Karen |

Well, doesn’t this look like a lovely place to visit, especially on a summer’s day.

This is one of the 20+ villages which nestles in the south east corner of Wiltshire.

Many lovely folk, a range of village activities, and much good will.

I’ll be over for a visit soon.

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