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Next to the Cloister is Ewelme school which was founded originally as a superior grammar school.
Now the school is a state primary school and is the oldest school building in the country to be in use as a state primary school.
in 1885 Dickens's Dictionary of the Thames said of Clifton Hampden, 'Clifton Hampden, this picturesque little village, is situated at the foot of a bold bluff, which rises abruptly from the somewhat flat country around.
The cliff is surmounted by the church and vicarage, and is clothed with luxuriant trees down to the water's edge.
Out of the original ten coaching inns that once were in Dorchester two remain, and antique shops are very prominent in the High Street.
Many of the properties along that side of the road have individual bridges across the brook for access.
At the heart of the village is the Red Lion pub which has been carefully restored after a near-disastrous fire.
Dotted along the narrow village streets are picturesque black and white thatched cottages.
6 Ewelme Ewelme is an attractive little village and a delight to visit, with plenty to see.
In the centre of the village is the source of the Ewelme Brook and an attractive pond.
1 Brightwell cum Sotwell Brightwell-cum-Sotwell is a village of picture-postcard prettiness and is fortunate to be completely bypassed which means that the only traffic in the village is village traffic.