LEY Hill’s lowest league score ever was made all the more painful by the fact that five of their wickets were taken by a player who is usually behind the stumps as wicketkeeper and had not turned his arm for two years.
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The name Prestwood is Anglo Saxon in origin, and means 'Priest-wood'. There is evidence of settlement in Prestwood from the Middle Ages, when the village was mainly covered in oak, beech and ash trees. Hatches Farm is one of the buildings that dates from the medieval period.
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