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Images from the Walks
125801Wotton Hill is topped by a walled enclosure
125802Tyndale Monument, Nibley Knoll, Dursley
125803Village of Pitt Court is typical Cotswolds
130801The topograph on Dover's Hill, near Chipping Campden
130802Rural post box on Buckle Lane & Dover's Hill
130803High Street, Broadway, has many fine buildings
130804View of Vale of Evesham from path to Tower
130805Broadway Tower on second highest point in Cotswolds
130806The Broadway Tower seen from the Cotswold Way
130807Cotswold Way approaches 'the Mile Drive'
130808A row of stone cottages in Chipping Campden
130809The celebrated stone built Market Hall in Chipping Campden
133701The restored market house in Tetbury
133702Spring flowers in abundance in the meadows near Westonbirt
133703Westonbirt School occupies an imposing building
133704Artworks, National Arboretum, Westonbirt
133705Impressive tree, National Arboretum at Westonbirt
133706Flowering shrub, National Arboretum at Westonbirt
133707Vivid leaf colour, National Arboretum, Westonbirt
133708Leaf colours, National Arboretum, Westonbirt
133709Woodland, National Arboretum at Westonbirt
133710Bamboo, National Arboretum, Westonbirt
133711The 'Phoenix' inside the gardens at Highgrove House
133712Inside the Parish Church of St Mary the Virgin at Tetbury
136001Crowds are absent in Bourton-on-the-Water in winter
136002A typical Cotswold cottage in Bourton-on-the-Water
136003River Windrush, High Street, Bourton-on-the-Water
136004The village of Naunton is typical of many in the Cotswolds
136005The preserved dovecote in Naunton
136006Mellow stone cottages in Upper Slaughter
136007Lower Slaughter & The River Eye
136008River Eye in picturesque village of Lower Slaughter
155612View North to Raggedstone Hill from Chase End Hill
165812Looking North to Raggedstone Hill from Chase End Hill
174901Thatched cottages in Hidcote Bartrim
184801The Manor and parish church at Notgrove
187001Field of wild daffodils near Kempley, Gloucestershire
187701Starting the decent of Cam Long Down, near Uley
192701View from the Church in Oldbury-on-Severn
194901Nottingham Hill viewed from Cleeve Hill
197701Newington Bagpath church
209401Stone Cottages in Snowshill
214701Gloucester & Sharpness Canal
216801Cottages beside the River Eye, Lower Slaughter
228301Celtic Cross in the village of Icomb
240803The Parish church at Ebrington
240804Thatched cottages at Ebrington
240805View west from Ilmington Down to Vale of Evesham
245401The old pump house, Farmington
248401St. Lawrence's Church, Wyck Rissington
254101Hidcote Manor from the slopes of Ilmington Down
267401Sapperton tunnel entrance
267402Thames & Severn canal
267403Source of the River Thames
267601The River Severn at Deerhurst
268801Valley of Slade Brook east of St Briavels
283201Offa's Dyke Path on bank of River Wye, Brockweir
306301Stanton is an attractive village near Broadway
306302Parkland between Stanton & Stanway
306303The beautiful stone gatehouse that leads to Stanway House

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