Tring & District Local History & Museum Society
Have your own dedicated village/hamlet page here . . . it's free!
A village/hamlet is a settlement typically situated in a rural location.

Traditionally, villages and hamlets were developed as a community based around some form of amenity or trade, such as farming or fishing.  In some cases, villages were built in a line such as a along a railway line, road, river or coastline.  Alternatively, they could be clustered around a central point, such as a church, market, or public space such as a ‘village green’.

Villages/hamlets are important because they form the backbone of the countries economy. They are the primary source of agriculture. They also maintain the ecological balance of the environment.

Have your own dedicated village or hamlet webpage here which you can update, change or add to as village life develops. 


  • Publish your activities, newsletters, etc. 
  • Advertise events for everyone to see. 
  • Attract more visitors to your fetes and events.


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Idyllic rural view of gently rolling patchwork farmland and villages with pretty wooded boundaries, in the beautiful surroundings of the Cotswolds, England, UK.

Village A

Village B

Village C

Village D