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Series: A Year in the Life. She had vacationed in the Cotswolds and had fallen in love with the area. It brings back wonderful memories to see some of the familiar places she had visited. Hardcover: 112 pages. Publisher: Frances Lincoln (September 22, 2009). ISBN-13: 978-0711228597. Product Dimensions: 1. x . x 1. inches. 2 people found this helpful.
Set in the heart of England's countryside, the Cotswolds occupies the area between Gloucester, Bath, Oxford and Stratford-upon-Avon. This area is a perfect blend of gentle rolling hills, plentiful archaeological sites and charming villages built from a local honey coloured limestone. In recognition of the beauty of this quintessentially English countryside, the area covering 790 square miles was designated an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty in 1966. Despite its popularity with tourists, the Cotswolds remains tranquil and serene. Beata Moore's glorious photographs.
The Cotswold-Severn Group are a series of long barrows erected in an area of western Britain during the Early Neolithic. Around 200 known examples of long barrows are known from the Cotswold-Severn region, although an unknown number of others were likely destroyed prior to being recorded. The concept of the "Cotswold-Severn group" was coined by 1937 by the archaeologist Glyn Daniel. They represent a regional grouping of long barrows, a broader architectural tradition found across Atlantic Europe.
The Cotswolds - GL7 1PX Cirencester, Gloucestershire - Rated . based on. .What better way to ring in the New Year than with a bottle of Cotswolds Distillery Whisky or Gin? Delicious!
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Brit Books: A Year in the Life of Cotswolds by Beata Moore. The Tetbury Woolsack Races take place every year in the historic market town of Tetbury in the Gloucestershire Cotswolds. November 7, 2013 By Jonathan. Individuals and teams demonstrate their strength and fitness by carrying a sack of wool up and down a hill that reaches a gradient of 1 in 4. It is thought that the races originated in the 17th century when young sheep drovers showed off to local women by.