Cotswold architectural features showing Churches, Cottages, War Memorials, and Tombs.
The original steeple for this church was demolished in 1563 because it was too heavy for the supporting arches. It's truncated spire is now topped with an unusual and distinctive coronet.
Arlington Row, Bibury built in 1380 originally as a monastic wool store, but converted during the 17th century into weavers' cottages - William Morris described Bibury as "the most beautiful village in England".
The Stonemason's own tomb
|These are known as Cotswold table top tombs|
Cider with Rosie - Edge of Day - As I Walked Out One Midsummer Morning. Here Laurie Lee rests in his beloved Slad Valley
Landscape and Man No.1 here.