Located northeast of Farnham, Surrey is a small but beautiful village known as Badshot Lea. Though it is geographically small, this village takes pride for its strong village community. It is part of the Blackwater Valley and is famous for its byline, “the home of the British Army”. There are four bridges that border the village: the Pea Bridge and three western railway bridges. The A31 and A331 can be accessed in either direction of the village. Badshot Lea is also connected to railway stations of neighbouring towns and offers regular bus services.
You will be surprised by the beauty that this small village offers. Badshot Lea has a village hall known as The Kiln or the building with the Green Shutters. It houses Photo Workshops, a modern photography studio and simply one of Surrey’s finest. If you have a passion for photography or simply interested in this field, you can ask for guidance from The Kiln’s professional photographers and instructors.
If you are looking for a fine place to relax, you can spend some time at The Cricketers, one of Badshot Lea’s best pubs. Aside from offering real ale and good food, this pub is well-loved for its welcoming atmosphere and very good customer service. The outside area of the pub gives a vintage feel while you meet and chat with the cheerful locals of the village.