The Epitome of an English Village
Tattenhall in Cheshire is the epitome of an English village and on a rare warm and sunny August day it was looking at its best.
The village was still displaying the Union Jack wherever you looked – no doubt the remnants of the Diamond Jubilee celebrations and the London 2012 Olympics.
It was a perfect setting for summer flowers of all sorts. You could almost imagine the entire village as an exhibit in the Chelsea Flower Show.
Cultivated gardens and borders like this one, while centuries old Tudor buildings provided a wonderful backdrop for wildflowers.
A perfect English village complete with pubs and its own Indian restaurant. Well worth visiting.