Now here in the states, a "model village" is normally something small you build, often with a little train going around it, usually in someone's garage. BUT, in England a "Model Village" is more, much more, than that. It is an outdoor microcosm of a city. In Beaconsfield, it is a generic (but extremely detailed) generic village.
But in Godshill on the Isle of Wight, the model village is a model of THE village of Godshill. And it was good fun.
|This is Jane and Ed in the Model Village. Which has in it, a Model of the Model Village!
|A model of the church on the hill - Hence the name "Godshill"
|Same church with wé lil' wedding going on
|Shankiln Main Street
|I love the plants and "trees" here.
Oh, and we saw the gardeners.