things to see in Wymsey:

Wymsey village, as you find it today, is much the same as it was yesterday and, we hope, as you will find it tomorrow. Explore the village at your leisure - why not spend the day with us, take lunch at The Crown and Thorns where you will find fine ales and a menu of traditional pub fare (loads of chips) prepared freshly (from the freezer) by the wife of mine host Sam Toogood. Take afternoon tea at the Bus Stop Cafe (if it's a Wednesday) where everything is home baked by Brenda Starling and her team of girl guides. And, if you are looking for a Victorian pine pew pop into Gordon's Chapel Emporium and why not pick up some of his fine organic onions while you are there.

Map of Wymsey amazing detail!

The Crown & Thorns the pub!

Sister Sara O'Hara's Moped who's got it?

Wymsey & District Chronicle get our spin.

Wymsey Bottom Farm no BBC disease!

The Wymsey Navigation our canal.

Wymsey Treacle Mine no molasses.

St Duvet & All Angels the parish church.

Wymsey Weather online forecast.

Wymsey Open.Guv

The Seminar Programme Grow!!

Wymsey FAQ lean more.

the Gnome Cam what's that?

NoNomesNohow! we're only joking!

Radio Wymsey real radio!

WymFest 2000 an ending!

The Bower Spa Baths & Tea Rooms Very tasty!

A Wymsey Wedding We got married!

Wymsey Cable Only on cable!

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ESI Computing:

An offshoot of the Ernest Stuffe Institute, ESI Computing is based at the Institute's World HQ at Wymsey Manor Hall. Stuffe's doctrine of meditative vagueness so impressed a number of computer programmers that in 1997 they set up ESI Computing in order to explore the application of vague logic to software. Today, they are busy exploiting the commercial possibilities of the esoteric software that they collectively developed. (For background on the Ernest Stuffe Institute check out Ernest Stuffe.)

Y2K10? it's not too late, chumpey!

STI the Search for Terrestrial Intelligence.

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