The plot is in the village of Worle, now largely absorbed by Weston-Super –Mare. Worle has a history dating back before Weston, St. Martins Church, dating back to 1125 AD, an example of its past. Today Worle has numerous shops and supermarkets, such as Sainsburys and Argos, as well as a very good high street with banks, bakers, post office, cafes and numerous other shops. Worle has two secondary schools and ten primary schools, including Mead Vale which regularly features in the top 10% of SATS results nationally. Weston Super Mare has a population of 72,000 people that grew out of the Victorian’s liking for seaside holidays and this tourist trade is still a mainstay of the town. The town has all the major supermarkets including Waitrose as well as the excellent Sovereign Shopping Centre. All major sports clubs are represented in the town and private Sports Clubs such as Esporta are also located here. The town has good motorway connections and a main-line railway to London Paddington. Weston is about 20 miles from Bristol City Centre and is popular with commuters. It has good primary and secondary schooling whilst being within easy reach of independent schools such as Q.E.H. and Badminton School in Bristol as well as Sidcot School in Winscombe and Taunton School to the south..