Eastern Weston (Bucks)
Weston Turville is a village in Buckinghamshire, England. It is located in the Aylesbury Vale, about a mile and a half south east of Aylesbury. There's not alot of information on the Net about this village. The village name 'Weston' is Anglo Saxon in origin, and means 'western estate'. In the Domesday Book of 1086 the village is recorded as Westone. The affix 'Turville' was added later, referring to the lords of the manor in the 13th century and to differentiate the village from other places called Weston.
The church, St Mary the Virgin, dates from the 15th Century, I believe, but should not be confused with St Mary the Virgin in Turville in the Chiltern hills near the Borders with Oxfordshire, which was the church and village used for the filming of The Vicar of Dibley.
A notable resident of the village in the 16th century was Dr John Colet. It is after him that the John Colet School in nearby Wendover is named. Weston Turville was also at one time, one of the main places where Aylesbury ducks were bred.
Parking area is available to you at co-ords at top of page. Collect the information you need and go find the cache.
You may wish to take refreshment at one of the best pubs/restaurants in Buckinghamshire, The Chequers.
A few things you may see along the way. (Click to enlarge)
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