Hanging Langford, Wiltshire
Hanging Langford, Wiltshire, is probably best known as the home to Langford Lakes Nature Reserve, but is also another of the pretty villages and hamlets on the popular National Cycle Network 24 along the stunning Wylye Valley. These villages include Sutton Veny, Tytherington, Boyton, Sherrington, Stockton, Wylye, and Hanging Langford, and at the end of which is the town of Wilton, and beyond that Salisbury. If you are cycling it and fancy extending the ride maybe start at East Woodlands and cycle through the Longleat Estate, and Warminster. At the hamlet of Hanging Langford you can find a cafe at Langford Lakes, and a free water bottle refilling station at the village hall. There is no church in Hanging Langford now, Baptists built a chapel there in 1849, records show that in 1851 it was attended by a total of 125 on Census Day; but it closed in 1960.