I went to Lacock for the first time last year and posted photos then, with special reference to the fact that it was the birthplace of photography as we know it, so I won't go into great detail again about that. But, just to fill in anyone who doesn't know, Lacock Abbey was the family home of William Fox Talbot who invented the positive-negative process of photography. The village is a charming place and is used for a lot of period films and television dramas because it is largely unspoilt. I didn't get the chance to wander around the village this time, and anyway, it's really difficult to take good photos there because of all the cars; they get cleared out miraculously when a film crew turns up.
Anyway, on to the photos.