settlement of Neswick is made up of a few houses and farm
buildings along a narrow tree lined country lane, which runs down
the side of Bainton Church. The surrounding land is used mainly
for agriculture. Horses graze in paddocks surrounding Neswick Hall
Farm and cows graze in pastures further down the lane.
Hall has long since been demolished and would have been the home
for The Lord of the Manor who would be the principle land owner in
A fine country manor, which has been restored
to its former glory, is Neswick Gardens that stands stately behind
decorative walls and in beautifully cared for gardens.