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Funny goings on at the vicarage ...

Peculiar noises emanating from the tythe barn ...

Twitching of net curtains in Flint Street ...

Simon's sausages and pies tasting much more 'gamey' of late ...

Time for the Midsomer Tourists to come and find out why this otherwise innocuous and attractive part of rural Buckinghamshire has such a lower-than-average rate of human longevity!

This week saw three coaches doing the rounds, and very welcome are all visitors to our village.

We hope they were able to enjoy some refreshments in the village pubs and cafes ... or to acquire some of Simon's special delights!

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