W is for Westcombe
2018 #AtoZ Challenge
We’re back in England today in the tiny village of Westcombe in Somerset on W is for Westcombe day of the #AtoZChallenge.
While difficult to read, the text in the arch of the fountain reads “To commemorate the coronation of H.M. King George V and H.M. Queen Mary.”
Westcombe Dairy, a cooperative, makes cheeses using milk from the member farmers’ cows. When we visited this area in 2005, we stopped in the village at the dairy’s shop and bought a small piece of their cheddar cheese which we enjoyed on the rest of our journey.
The cenotaph, information point and quintessential British telephone box in the village is pictured below.
2 thoughts on “W is for Westcombe ~ 2018 #AtoZ Challenge”
That’s a quaint looking place, but then when doesn’t an English village look quaint. 🙂
The View from the Top of the Ladder
I agree about English villages looking quaint. Thanks for stopping by.