Ashmore is located on the Dorset / Wiltshire border about six miles south east of Shaftesbury.
The large village pond. There is a boat on the pond assisting with the weed clearance activity.
The war memorial opposite the pond.
A bus shelter. I am not sure how often buses visit.
This cottage is called “The clock house”.
Opposite the church is this Wesleyan Chapel which dates from 1855.
The village church of St. Nicholas which dates from 1874 was built on the site of an older church. The church incorporates a 13th century chancel arch from the earlier building.
The church from the opposite corner of the churchyard.
The font is made of Bere Stone.
The nave and chancel.
Walking back from the church to the pond.
Cow Parsley on the fringes of the pond.
The road out of the village leading to Win Green Hill.
A white helleborine. This orchid was photographed on the roadside on the way back to Shaftesbury.