Abberley Hill and Woodbury Hill rise to about a thousand feet. This 161 feet high clock tower caps the latter, and
is known locally as Jones's Folly. The tower was built in the latter half of the 19th century, complete with a carillon
of bells designed to play forty-two tunes.
I was brought up in the 70's living in the gorgeous local village pub. I have fond memories playing on my bike in the car park, riding a pony to the village school and running around the grounds of the Saxon church. Not to mention my sleep walking around the village! My mom and dad, Margaret and Tony, loved it there as I did. Great people great times. Maypole dancing and being made to sing in the ...see more
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