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Village

A village was a small community of individuals.

The First Doctor, Ian Chesterton and Barbara Wright spent several months in the Scottish village of Kilmartin from late 1950 to early 1951. (PROSE: Set in Stone)

Blyth was a Northumbrian village that was Professor Nicholas Bridgeman's childhood home, and the place where his father and mother died. (PROSE: Invasion of the Cat-People)

Azal's spaceship was in Devil's Hump in the village of Devil's End. (TV: The Dæmons)

Fetchborough was the location of Fetch Priory, where Dr Fendelman performed his researches. (TV: Image of the Fendahl)

The Fifth Doctor once landed his TARDIS near the village of Cranleigh. From there he went on to visit Cranleigh Hall. (TV: Black Orchid)

A Vvormak cruiser was shot down and crashed in the village of Turelhampton in 1944. (PROSE: The Shadow in the Glass)

Little Caldwell was a village in the Berkshire region of England, not far from the town of Newbury. (PROSE: Return of the Living Dad)

A fire elemental emerged during the late 19th century in the English village of Middletown. (PROSE: The Burning)

Cwmtaff was a small village in Wales, which in 2020 was home to a large drilling operation led by Dr Nasreen Chaudhry and Tony Mack. (TV: The Hungry Earth / Cold Blood)

For generations, the villagers of Brynblaidd engaged in a harvest once every ten years, in which they would murder and eat strangers who came near their village. (TV: Countrycide)

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