The Villages Of The Cotswolds
There are pleasant cottages surrounding the small green but the building of note is the manor house designed in the Arts &
Crafts style by Ernest Barnsley in 1909-1926 & built for Claud Biddulph. The gardens are also worth the visit.
Pollarded trees create an archway into the churchyard where there are a number of fine tombs leading to the door. Once inside theinterior is rather plain having been subject to a "make-over" by the Victorians.
South West of the village is Windmill Tump, a Neolithic long barrow with two porthole entrances. A collection of weapons discovered during excavations are housed at the British Museum in London.
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