Sherrington, a small, but very pretty village at the heart of the Wylye Valley, in Wiltshire. Sherrington has no facilities except for the church, and is easily missed when even cycling along the back road of the Wylye Valley, that runs from Warminster to Wilton. However what there is has been described as a Constable type setting, with a beautiful former water cress pond, with swans, at the village centre, with thatched and red brick houses. The cress ponds, including those former ones seen here, used to produce several tons of cress each year, but production ceased there in 1976, though it continues in places such as Broad Chalke and Hill Deverill. The population of Sherrington is less than 70.