Thanks for visiting.
Although I've shown you around Farnham before, I can't resist showing you a few more pretty streets. It's surprising how narrow and passage-like some of the roads are. You just think you have walked down a dead end, when you notice a small gap which turns into a lane with lovely colourful houses and gardens. The lanes and roads have great names like Long Garden Walk, Church Passage known as Streaky Bacon Lane, Ball and Wicket Lane, Hoghatch Lane.
|St Andrews is one of the largest churches in Surrey|
Around the town, a public art trail highlights some of the history of this craft town which might otherwise go unnoticed.
William Cobbett, Author, MP, founder of Hansard was born in the town and is remembered by a bronze statue created by Sheila Mitchell.
Hidden in a courtyard is a sculpture of The Matriarch by Ben Franklin.
To mark The Queen's Golden Jubilee, this mosaic shows different aspects of the town.
This replica Roman millstone is made from lava and was presented to Farnham by Andernach, a town in Germany, to mark the occasion of the twinning of both towns and is a sign of peace, prosperity and bread.
|The North Downs Way long distance footpath|
|Such a pretty name for a pub and on Long Garden Walk too.|
|Castle keep, lovely views over the town|
All in all a very pretty town worth a visit.