My suggestions, for what they're worth:
You got your standard: East, West, North, South, Lower, Upper, Chipping, Middling, Abbey, Abbotts, Woody. Then you got your slightly-more=outlandish-yet-still-somehow-English: Nicer, Cobble, Dickens, Digly, Foggy, Griffin, Withers, Marshy, Blooming.
Haven, Thorpe, Ford, Moor, Horne, Dale, Head, Point, Green, Ho!, Hill, Worth, Gifford, Cray, End, Worth, Field, Waddling, Baile, Crumpeton, Chicksmeade, Bundleswarth, Boodleton, Blundersmere, Ferndale, Mollington.
Capital of the Wold, No Funny Business, Village of the Year Two-Time Winner, And Proud, A Nice Place for Nice Folk, Home of Peace and Quiet, Best Kept Petunias Award Winner, Welcome to our Historic Vilage.
First part: The usual Great/Greater/Greatest, Lesser/Little, Littlest, Wild, Crazed, Furry, Widdershins, Festive, Crumbling, Raving, Kings' (or King's), Queens' (or Queen's), Magnanimous, Rustic
Second part: Hobnail, Trouserly, Woodtorch, Crumping, Dell, Shireshire, Moot, Horace, Ambivalence, Cringewater
Third part: Hunting humans since 1873, Birthplace of Kieron Gillen, Enjoy your stay!, See our Kickstarter page, Resting place of a true shard of the great gear
Will add more later, maybe.
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First: Bridge of, Last, Waxy, Tipsy, Tweedy
Second: Whinging, Clanking, Banter, Churning, Bogshot, Tumtum, Quarreling, Stye, Widget, Cutting, Shoogle, Chortle, Snuffling, Trotter
Third: "You'll never leave!", "404: Welcome Message Not Found", "Biggest Marrows in the County",
First: Walsingham, Weaving, Forsythe, Pickle, Snafu, Edgeworths, Gothen, Grump, Sourpuss, Anguish, Ferns, Bangton, Ships, Storm, Bletch, Bilge, Betty, Stigma, Fawkes, Twerpish, Batterface, Stranglia, Clampton
Second: Side, Bottom, upon Blatch, upon Slythe, on Trout, on Sea, under Wood, Narrows, Barrow, Fields, Shire, on Linux, in Fog
Third: Population 76.34, Welcomes careful hunting, Twinned with Foxconn, CH, Try our oil!, Home of the Crafters Festival, Version 3.1, Human kennels available
Bloated, Toadying, Biled, Habitual, Beyond, Recovering, Swarming, Peagrown, Smoking, Thatched, Spiralling, Giratory, Liberated, Wavering, Wuthering, Toasty
Path, Darkalleys, Hamlet, Wellington, Napoleon, Sensation, Crop Circles, Village-upon-Town, Boglands, Heights, Lows, Mews, Arfs, Halfs, Quarters
Locals Only, We have a restaurant, Hotel fully booked, Watch for low flying giant mosquitoes, Priceless, Den of ill repute, Visited by royalty 1328, Something in the water, No robots here (honest), This plaque raised by an X-factor winner
Good luck, looks like a promising venture.
Steeple, Temple, Chapel, Wake's, Bishop's, Listing, Surley, Mount, Mornington, Tutting, Priestly, Sloe, Drained, Ruckfust, Sweet, Ominous, Vicar's, Lusty, Old, Grenn, Suckling, Iron, Saffron, Sneap, Water, Millwell, Upperly, Dry, Trussle, Vested, Wells, Loping, Weald, The, Marden, Round
Bumpstead, Hoe, Garden, Fen, Helford, Yuxford, Bullfitch, Drabley, Colne, Milnestone, Bulger, Pinford, Stortford, Pontstead, Orttewell, Combust, Chaffston, Underlea, Fitchet, Meads, Crescent, Borr, Lackford, Breach, Bramthick, Ginley, Pollhew, Shippea, Pightle, Waldon, Leaster, Drapkin, Maltings, Birdbrook, Bowtells, Next-The-Sea, Thurrock, Forest, Roching, Tokerst, Lockford, Wroxley, Bunford, Spoxerly, Insbury, Ongey, Ash, Lyfield, Callow, Harback, Catcher, Redthorne, Pleigh, Selderton, Barrow, Heistly, Mortest, Slip, Grean,
"Winner of Britain in Gloom"
First parts: Scrumpy, Ept, Dull, Cruddy, Crushing, Calamity, Fidget, Ominous, Tabloid, Dodgy, Sketchy, Fragrant, Albino, Humid, Moist
Second parts: -de-la-Zouch, -under-Lyme, Tryst, Ho!, Tospeace, Cottington, Magna, Whins, Sinister, Pidgenlatinus, Auspice, Ennui, Ingerland, Middleware, Thrutch, Hadaly, Auspice, Ennui, Ingerland, Humperdinck
Third parts: translate server error, you are now entering a network neighbourhood watch area, Isaac Asimov Country, Site of Special Scientific Disinterest, Not in my back yard, not as bad as you may have been told, may contain nuts, contains mild peril, the electric sheep of your dreams, OH GOD HOW DID THIS GET HERE I AM NOT GOOD WITH VILLAGE, please d i e slowly
Fine work, all. We'll get the best of these into the game.
If there is is one thing that made a big impression on this humble foreigner when he was visiting the English country side, it was the overabundance of award-winning stuff all around.
So, for the third part, how about a randomized "Home of the award-winning xy"? Wouldn't be too much work, I guess, but it surely would give it an authentic Cornwell-flavour.
After, Across, Welloff, Closeby, Ave, Hardly, Mild, Arduous, April, Awry, Chalked, Common, Cranky, Dull, Arched, Damp, Taunt, Dreading, Somewhat, Sunken, Loose, Brand, Open, Took, Bleak, Bark, Loot, Having, Full, Flipping, Savour, Handed, Crafty, Pickled, Crave, Course, Collected, Measly, Melee, Foreboding, Seep, Teething, Stoked, Stilted, Vex, Ponder, Lively, Livid, Tangy, Balmy, Woolly, Sheepy, Slept, Waive, Wanton, Tepid, Gaping, Trivial, Branching, Brief, Cropped, Coping, Pilfer, Prepping, Faint, Quipping,
Gamingplay, Tiptoe, Somesuch, Nodecastle, Draingate, Bovril, Queueay, Offield, Leftfield, Shuffling, Constable, Roborough, Bodesill, Suffix, Melee, Faffing, Backforth, Bunmer, Exminster, Wetpool, Twatworth, Notcotte, Mistlisle, Uponwhich, Skirmish, Drumbase, Innmouth, Whelwot, Checksum, Coping, Clubbin, Sheepwood, Naughtfield, Standby, Baudbury, Furham, Solder, Banter,
No place quite like this
Fresh synthetic produce every 10E21 cycles
Medium difficulty level
Inquiries scan terminal
Why not visit our spoon museum?
Best game for miles
We don't need your sympathy
Don't walk on the sensor grid
Humanoid must not escape
Not sure if the computer/robot-ones are suitable (or even good).