The Great Pendragon
The furthest east of all the manors in Salisbury; until the recent capture of West Tytherly. This fortified manor is regularly reinforced by men from all over Testside who are willing to help defend their lands.
The Pill Hill Brook winds past the villages, before heading south to become the river Anton, and then the River Test.
Aside from the more usual incomes generated by sheep and arable crops grown in the great fields that lay to the north and south of the village, and the watercress farming in its little river: The major income of the manor comes from offering a market and services for those who travel the great Roman road (the Portway) which leads straight to London. The villagers regularly trade with those who are reluctant to take their goods into the town of Andover (or beyond)