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Village of Pitt Court is typical Cotswolds

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Village of Pitt Court is typical Cotswolds

Caption - The village of Pitt Court is typical of many small settlements in the Cotswolds occupying a valley position and surrounded by rolling countryside.

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Photographer : Lou Johnson

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The Cotswold National Landscape (formerly AONB) covers about 800 square miles in six counties of England. It is mostly farmland, both cultivated and pasture, with some areas of woodland and open upland. Bearing this in mind staying on signed rights of way is important so as to maintain the important balance between landowner and visitor. More Information

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