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St. James the Great, Cherhill, Wiltshire, England

Cherhill is a pretty village surrounded by the downs.  Driving through the village one sees old houses mixed with more modern ones, many alongside the pretty stream.  St. James is to one end of the village, and has a welcoming and comfortable atmosphere.

The church of St. James is a Grade II* listed building - more information about the listing can be found at the  British Listed Buildings  website.

More information about Cherhill can be found at the  Wiltshire Online Parish Clerks  website.

We enjoyed reading the booklet "Cherhill Village Remembered" (produced by Nancy Grafton and Margery Jenkins) which is a collection of short contributions from villagers who remember 'the olden days', interspersed with old photographs of the village.

The majority of these photographs are images captured from a video camera and are of very poor quality.  Our intention is to return to Cherhill and take 'proper' photographs and finding the time has proved difficult.

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Cherhill - photo: 001
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Photo Date: February 2002
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Photo Date: February 2002
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Photo Date: February 2002

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