Benington, four miles east of Stevenage, is approached through a wooded country lane, which winds upwards to the village green. Situated at the top of the green, is a duck pond, overhung by willows.
St. Peter’s Church, which dates from the 13th century, has a typical short Hertfordshire spike. Close to the green, is a row of 16th century cottages of timber and plaster and
The Bell Inn, with its overhanging gables.
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