A view of The Borough, Crondall from Well Road including the bench seating outside The Plume of Feathers pub.
The Borough in Crondall, Farnham with one of the many horse riders that enjoy Crondall and the surrounding area.
Crondall Village Stores located in the centre of the village close to the Plume of Feathers pub and restaurant.
Despite its proximity to the busy towns of Farnham and Fleet, Crondall is located in rolling countryside with numerous accessible footpaths across the arable farmland surrounding the village.
Dippenhall Street in Crondall, the main thoroughfare from Crondall to Farnham. Many period houses are located on Dippenhall providing a picturesque scene for visitors to Crondall village.
Village cricket on Hook Meadow in Crondall, a quintessential English village scene. Many Crondall events are held on Hook Meadow including the Crondall village fete, Party in the park and charity rugby matches between The Plume of Feathers and other village pub teams.
All Saints Church, Crondall. A 12th century Norman church, it has been referred to as the 'cathedral of North Hampshire'.
Centrally located between Farnham, Fleet and nearby Odiham as indicated by this street sign in Crondall village centre.
Crondall has been awarded the Best Kept Village award in the past and is also mentioned in the Domesday book. The plaques are located on houses adjacent to the Plume of Feathers Pub and Restaurant.