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The unknown Cotswold village

M. D. Lambert

The unknown Cotswold village

Eastcombe 1500-1980

by M. D. Lambert

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Published by M.D. Lambert in Eastcombe (The Yews, Eastcombe, Stroud, Glos.) .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Eastcombe (Gloucestershire) -- History.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementM.D. Lambert and Juliet Shipman with contributions by Linda Hall and F.T. Hammond.
    ContributionsShipman, Juliet.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsDA690.E137/
    The Physical Object
    Pagination62p. :
    Number of Pages62
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15113099M
    ISBN 100704904918
    OCLC/WorldCa16560210

    The Oxfordshire Cotswolds has a number of bustling market towns, each with their own distinct character like medieval Burford, with its memorable High Street; Woodstock's Market Place with its fine Georgian facades; the wide open space of Witney's Church Green; or the busy Market Place in Chipping Norton.. There are also plenty of smaller places to discover and explore like . Bourton-on-the-Water also has an eclectic mix of shops including Cotswold Perfumery, a jewellers and pottery giving a wide choice of unique and exciting gifts all year round. The area surrounding Bourton is a walker’s paradise with numerous footpaths crisscrossing the Location: GL54 2BU, Gloucestershire.

    The best spa hotels in the north of England. 20 Feb , am. 50 foodie stays: The best pubs with rooms in England. 30 Jan , pm. 20 . Book Description Alan Sutton Publishing Limited, Stroud, first edition, , Laminated illustrated wrappers, 8vo, 25 cm, xii, pp, ills, map. From the blurb: " The village of Sherborne nestles in the valley of a tributary of the River Windrush in the heart of the Cotswold Range: $ - $

    The Cotswold Hills, a bymile chunk of Gloucestershire, are dotted with enchanting villages. As with many fairy-tale regions of Europe, the present-day beauty of the Cotswolds is the result of an economic disaster: The woolen industry collapsed. Once-wealthy Cotswold towns fell into a depressed time warp; the homes of impoverished. About Walter. Professor Walter Wentz is an American national who decided to retire to the beautiful village of Broadway in the Northern Cotswolds, England from Los Angeles some 15 years ago.. Walter has done many things in his life including qualifying as a professor in economics and marketing, writing five books on marketing, part-time LA Police Officer, .


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This book is the first in a series, The Cotswold Mysteries series, featuring Thea Osborne and her spaniel Hepzibah. In this first book, Thea has decided to become a house sitter, and takes on her first job in a village called Duntisbourne Abbots/5. The unknown Cotswold village: Eastcombe () Malcolm Lambert and Juliet Shipman * Bisley: A Cotswold Village Remembered,() Juliet Shipman, Sutton Publishing * Rural Sacrifice () Nick Thornicroft * Oakridge, A History () Pat Carrick, Kay Rhodes, Juliet Shipman, Playne Books *.

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