To Orwell Today,
Sutton Courtenay is not all that close to Henley-on-Thames; furthermore, Henley-on-Thames is a town, not a village.
I assume from your tone that you disliked my story about visiting Orwell's houses in Henley-on-Thames and his grave in Sutton Courtenay, both of which are in the Thames Valley.
Contrary to what you are saying, Henley-on-Thames actually IS close to Sutton Courtenay. I know that because I was there. I drove from Henley-on-Thames to Sutton Courtenay and it wasn't very far at all. I don't know the exact mileage but you could look it up.
Pardon me for calling Henley-on-Thames a village. You're right, it's a good sized town. My apologies. But Sutton Courtenay is a village, is it not?
All the best,
HOMAGE TO ORWELL
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