The Pishill with Stonor Parish is almost entirely rural. It is a delightful centre for walkers as it is on several ancient walking routes and has a number of pleasant hostelries and Inns. The historic Stonor House and Deer Park lie in their own beautiful setting and the house and garden are frequently open to the public from the late Spring into Autumn. There are many public events held here.
The Cricket Club at Stonor dates back to 1879 when it drew its members from the village and estate. It continues today to maintain the tradition of weekend matches in the summer months.
Maidensgrove Common has access to the BBWONT (Warburg) Nature Reserve.
Here you can enjoy kite flying and picnics. This is one of a few remaining areas of natural hay meadow which attracts Skylarks, Swallows, Red Kites, Butterflies, Wild Deer and many other interesting wild creatures.
Please note that if you are dog walking it would be much appreciated if you would bag your dog excrement and take it home with you. PLEASE DON'T leave the bags on the Common.