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Situated on a slight hill overlooking Blackmore Vale, Marnhull is a broad scattering of houses with many from the 17th and 18th century, E.g. the farm building next to the churchyard is c. 1500.
The pictures in the gallery were taken on a warm July day, with the early morning mist clearing only slowly from the Stour valley bottom. They follow a meandering route from Gillingham southwards down past East Stour (ST 800 230), Fifehead Magdalen (ST 780 215) through Marnhull village itself and then out to the east from where there are views across to Duncliffe Hill (ST 825 225).