Stockton and Bapton, Wiltshire
The village of Stockton is one of the most attractive along the route of the Wylye Valley, popular with cyclists, in Wiltshire, when taken south of, and parallel to, the A36, and the river Wyle, running from Warminster to Salisbury. The village has several buildings dating back to the 16th century, but the best known is that owned by the entrepreneur and former Dragon's Den investor, Nick Jenkins, founder of the online greetings card company, Moonpig, Stockton House. The Carriers pub, in the centre of the village, and the church, of St John The Baptist, are worth visiting, and whether you feel the need to shoot living things or clays the Stockton Shoot seems popular. You can discover more about Stockton here. Bapton was part of Fisherton Delamere parish from the earliest times until that parish was extinguished in 1934, when Bapton was transferred to Stockton. The Bapton estate was once owned by Sir Cecil Chubb, the last private owner of Stonehenge.