We are blessed with lots of pretty towns and villages nearby. Wargrave, near Henley, is on the River Thames and the confluence of the River Loddon. It's difficult to get photos of the quaint shops and houses that don't include cars as the buildings are based around the road with cars zipping along at regular intervals. We couldn't find a riverside path on our bank of the Thames as all the houses seemed to have gardens right to the water's edge.
|The Woodclyffe Hall has an unusual window and decoration at the front.|
|The original church of St Mary's on Mill Green was set on fire and gutted mistakenly targeted by suffragettes in 1914 and was rebuilt afterwards with only the door and the tower from the original.|
|Woodclyffe Hostel was used as a Red Cross hospital during WWI, run by the Voluntary Aid Detachment, eventually the Woodclyffe Hall was also used as space for extra beds was needed. Nowadays, the Hostel houses the library.|