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February 2021

Is this a Rural Renaissance?

2021-02-05T17:39:21+00:00

Having lived in the countryside for much of our lives, it seems that there has never been such an urge to tread the wild green open spaces of rural Britain. There is a real “Rural Renaissance” going on and we are as busy as I can remember taking calls from buyers and tenants searching for [...]

Is this a Rural Renaissance?2021-02-05T17:39:21+00:00

December 2020

Fonthill Hunter Trial

2020-12-01T11:32:06+00:00

A throwback to the Fonthill Hunter Trials in September, which we were proud to sponsor. This is part of photographer Adrian Wroth’s beautiful Fonthill Project, documenting a year on the Estate. We highly recommend heading over to Adrian’s Instagram feed to take a look at the whole project >> https://bit.ly/3pZNrFZ

Fonthill Hunter Trial2020-12-01T11:32:06+00:00

July 2019

A Stone’s Throw – Discovering the West Country’s Hotspots

2019-07-22T14:51:28+00:00

Living off the A303 is the place to be according to a recent Country Life article (linked below). Madeleine Silver writes about the villages situated off this major trunk road linking London with Devon & Cornwall. Charlie Graham of Rural View contributes to this piece with his thoughts about the property market in South Wiltshire [...]

A Stone’s Throw – Discovering the West Country’s Hotspots2019-07-22T14:51:28+00:00

August 2018

May 2017

Character House For Sale in Christopher Wren’s Childhood Village (East Knoyle)

2017-07-04T12:42:34+00:00

Attractive 17th Century house with tremendous character Many of London’s most iconic landmark buildings such as St Paul’s Cathedral, the Royal Naval Collage and a host of churches rebuilt after the Great Fire of London were designed by Sir Christopher Wren, one of England’s most highly acclaimed architects. This influential historical figure had a relatively [...]

Character House For Sale in Christopher Wren’s Childhood Village (East Knoyle)2017-07-04T12:42:34+00:00

June 2016

Howzatt! Rural Village Cricket Teams

2018-02-27T14:50:33+00:00

There’s something about living near a cricket pitch whilst a game is in progress. The thwack of leather against willow followed by a polite round of clapping must surely be an integral part of village life on a summer’s day. A game of mysterious rules, strange traditions and bizarre terminology but for many cricket is [...]

Howzatt! Rural Village Cricket Teams2018-02-27T14:50:33+00:00

March 2016

Local Rural Cricket Clubs

2017-03-07T10:12:55+00:00

Wiltshire, Dorset & Hampshire Cricket Clubs The thwack of leather against willow followed by a polite round of clapping must surely be an integral part of village life on a summer’s day. A game of mysterious rules, strange traditions and bizarre terminology for many, cricket is an essential part of living in the country even [...]

Local Rural Cricket Clubs2017-03-07T10:12:55+00:00

Fishing: the pull of the chalk stream

2018-02-27T14:57:34+00:00

The Salisbury valleys appeal to many people, not least because of their beautiful views, peaceful villages and good schools. Incomers to the area often cite a quieter and slower pace of life as a reason for moving here, away from the increasingly busy Home Counties and claustrophobic Capital. The scenery in the Nadder, Wylye, Chalke [...]

Fishing: the pull of the chalk stream2018-02-27T14:57:34+00:00

October 2015

Whoosh – Bang! Chitterne Bonfire Night

2017-01-20T13:01:37+00:00

As part of our commitment to support local community events, Rural View are delighted to be sponsoring this year's Bonfire & Fireworks Display at Chitterne, a lovely rural village located between Salisbury & Warminster. With a deserved reputation for being bigger & better than the average local display, it promises to be a spectacular show [...]

Whoosh – Bang! Chitterne Bonfire Night2017-01-20T13:01:37+00:00