1. Briantspuddle is a small village in the Piddle Valley in Dorset, England, near the villages of Affpuddle and Tolpuddle and about 8 miles (13 km) east of the county town of Dorchester.
The consistency of the design of new houses and agricultural buildings is due to the use of Arts and Crafts.
10. Cruck Cottage, one of the original 12 houses in Briantspuddle.
13. The village hall is a former barn which once formed part of Briantspuddle Farm (No. 26).
It was rebuilt in 1803 by James Frampton, converted by Debenham and purchased by the parish Council in 1953.
14. Moreton is a village and civil parish in Dorset, England, situated on the River Frome about 8 miles (13 km) east of Dorchester.
Moreton has become synonymous with the memory of T. E. Lawrence, also known as Lawrence of Arabia.
He rented nearby Clouds Hill cottage from his cousins, the Framptons, while serving at Bovington Camp.
Following his death in 1935 he was buried in Moreton churchyard where his grave attracts tourists from around the world.
15. Moreton is also known for the windows of its church, St Nicholas, which were designed and engraved by Sir Laurence Whistler over a period of about 30 years.
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