The first town I found was Berry's Green.
Berry's Green a small hamlet in the London Borough of Bromley in Greater London, UK. It is a fairly wooded rural area with a scattering of farmland. Housing consists mainly of detached properties, mostly bungalows, with a row of local authority cottages and a static mobile home site. In the late 1960s and early 1970s, there was a sub-post office on the corner of Single Street and Jail Lane which sold provisions, such as bread, milk, sweets, and crisps. Mains sewerage was installed around 1973.
Lord Simon Manning, a former Lord of the Manor for Kevington and holder of the land which became Berry's Green, was said to be the royal Standard Bearer to King Richard the Lionheart. I have carried the royal Standard to Jerusalem in 1190 during the First Crusade.