A visit to Somerton

Sue Vincent's Daily Echo

About twenty miles away from my home is the Oxfordshire village of Somerton. I had been there once before, a couple of years earlier, when a sign saying ‘historic church’ had sidetracked me on the way home from the north. My initial visit was little more than a scouting trip; there were plenty of things to see that tied in with the research we were doing for the books, but until we have explored them together, they don’t really come into play. For some reason, though, we never did get round to visiting the place. So, a few weeks after our foray into Wales, when we were in the south instead of playing in the north, we decided to rectify that.

Somerton is off the beaten track, even today, which would explain its air of being somehow beyond the touch of time. It is a pretty village, and in spite…

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