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Milton Keynes

The new town has a wealth of literary and scientific history within its villages from ancient Buckinghamshire:

Olney is famous not only for cheese rolling but as home of the poet William Cowper, who came to live there in 1767. The story of
his famous ballad ‘John Gilpin’ was told to him by the considerate Lady Austen to help divert his depression.

The new town has a wealth of literary and scientific history within its villages from ancient Buckinghamshire:

Olney is famous not only for cheese rolling but as home of the poet William Cowper, who came to live there in 1767. The story of
his famous ballad ‘John Gilpin’ was told to him by the considerate Lady Austen to help divert his depression.

Cowper enjoyed going over to the mansion at Gayhurst and exchanging seeds with the gardener, as well as admiring the hothouse
and orangery.

The house was originally given to Sir Francis Drake by Queen Elizabeth and was the birthplace of Sir Kenelm Digby in 1603. He was destined not to know his father, as Digby senior was hanged for his role in the gunpowder plot.

James 1 eventually restored the property to the family and the initials KD can be seen on columns in the hall. Sir Kenelm was a much-admired man: author, diplomat and naval commander among his accomplishments. Yet his lasting legacy is to the world of wine, through his invention of a superstrengh glass bottle.

The charming little baroque church at Willen was built by Robert Hooke in 1680; an architect also responsible for Raglan Hall in Warwicks.

Like his friend Christopher Wren, Hooke was a genuine polymath – embracing architecture and science – who became surveyor to the City of London after the great fire.

In physics, he is remembered for Hooke’s law – on elasticity – work on gravitation before Newton and the construction of an air-pump with Robert Boyle.

A remarkable inventive genius, he was also a founder, curator of experiments and then secretary of the Royal Society.

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