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Photo's kindly provided by Jean Robinson

High Street .Milborne Port
High street, facing East towards London. Just to the left is the
turning to North Street, to the right South Street, the market
cross used to stand directly in front of you, now it is by the church.
The guildhall is slightly to the right over the road,

Pudbrooke Lane, Milborne Port
This is Pudbrooke Lane facing East



The Fives Court, Milborne Port
The Fives Court, the one built by the Medlycotts for the entertainment
of the village! It leads from the High Street to the Church,

High Street, Milborne Port
High Street facing east from the start of the London Rd.
The Guildhall is on the left, the Queens Head on the right.

Church Lane, Milborne Port
This is part of Church Lane, the entrance to the churchyard can
be seen just ahead. Opposite these cottages is a new development,

This is Kingsbury Regis as it's known, right in the middle of
Milborne Port, looks idyllic doesn't it?

Alleyway, which runs from the end of the cottages in the pic above
down to Brook Lane to the South, there are modern houses built
where there once was a field, the lane follows one of the many pathways that led to Church. There are many of these, it's very easy to get lost!



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