Weston Turville is about a mile and a half southeast of Aylesbury. Between 1236 and 1539 the parish grew to have five areas or Ends: Church End, Brook End, South End, West End and Worlds End; these all still exist to the present day. At one time the village was the premier centre in England for rearing Aylesbury ducks. Weston Turville has a population of approximately 3,200. Information for the captions has been obtained from ‘A Walk around the Village of Weston Turville’, published by the Weston Turville Historical Society (www.wthsoc.org.uk), and from ‘Weston Turville – A History’, by Hamish Eaton, published by Kimble Press.