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English: Mill End is a small hamlet in the parish of Hambleden in the south of Buckinghamshire, England, on the main A4155 road between Henley-on-Thames and Marlow. It is on the River Thames. Mill End consists of about 30-50 houses, some on the river bank and others on the northern side of the main road. The name clearly comes from the mill that is situated near the lock. Hambledeners do not get on with the population of Mill End, who have to depend on Hambleden for the doctor's surgery, a shop and a pub, (the Stag and Huntsman). The scenery of both places is nice, the rolling hills of Hambleden compared to the peaceful waters of the River Thames alongside the lock. This part of the Thames is idyllic with willow trees and a large biodiversity of wildlife including swans, grebes, ducks, herons, terns and kingfishers. The footpath next to Hambleden Lock is the main attraction for Mill End. People come from many places to feed bread to the ducks, cycle, or walk their dogs and on a sunny day the area can get very busy. Mill End is definitely a beautiful but slow-paced part of Great Britain.
Mill End 
Location United Kingdom
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51° 36′ 00″ N, 0° 54′ 00″ W

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