Located in Berkshire, south east England, the village of Pangbourne has a population of about 3,000 and is renowned for its affluent populace.
One of the primary draws of Pangbourne is its proximity to regional hub Basildon, which is the home Barleylands Farm Museum, a farm park and craft village located just outside the town itself. Featuring weekly boot fairs and monthly farmers markets, the farm itself is home to the largest display of reptiles in the south east of England.
Outdoor and indoor play areas are of particular note for visitors of a certain age, as are the go-karts and the tractor rides offered. In the craft village area, a range of workshops and individually owned businesses offer a glimpse into the many varieties of crafts and hobbies on show at the attraction.
Throughout the area, from Whitchurch-on-Thames to Tidmarsh, Floom’s Pangbourne flower delivery covers every part of town.