The village has a fair number of pubs, some of which are several centuries old:
While this fine building is now a Conservative Club and dates from 1631 if the sign by the door is to be believed:
Then there's the splendidly gothic All Hallows Church (sadly with a ghastly mid 20th Century hall tacked onto the back:
It also has many gargoyles and carvings:
And an overgrown garden planted to commemorate the Festival of Britain:
The village also has a splendid war memorial:
Next time, I may continue in the other direction after visiting the library, and climb Castle Hill.