All Saints', Little Somborne
Set in the corner of what was once presumably the village green on the drive up to the big house, there is something quintessentially English about All Saints', Little Somborne.
The addition of the grave of a pioneering British aviator, Sir Thomas Sopwith, who died in 1989 at the age of 101, just adds to its charm.
The west end of the church dates back to Saxon times. The Normans extended the church eastwards in 1170, and added a small chancel. This was removed during the 17th century, leaving only the outline of the arch.