The village I grew up in, in the Vale of Evesham. It has a mixture of houses, from council to posh bungalow to semi's to thatched cottages:
There's still orchards, but the village isn't surrounded by them as it was when I were a lad:
Historians really like the village church, as it has lots of significant detail, especially for such a small village.
One of the items in there is the flagstone of Penelope Washington, a close relative of George Washington (the family inter-married with the main family in the village in the 1600's):
At the top you can see the Washington arms. Looks kinda familiar, the stars above the stripes? Yep...