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We visited on a lovely sunny day in September, The Town is full of shops, cafes and pubs, so plenty of places to stop for refreshments. It is well worth popping in to the Tourist Information office, where for 50 pence you can pick up...More
This annual event is a 'must' for anyone living in the North Cotswolds.It is one of the largest one day agricultural shows in the UK - with livestock. trade stands. arena events and craft exhibits - providing interest and entertainment for all age groups. The...More
I have been coming here for over 50 years and the landlords and council are slowly destroying it.
There are more and more shops closing because they cannot afford the high rates and rents.
The only people that are moving in other chains like the...More
We drove to Morton-in-Marsh with the intent of a few hours to walk around the town, take pictures and savor the sights. Unfortunately, traffic was beyond bad - it was miserable. Streets are narrow, which is part of the charm, but the town was so...More
Pulled in from the train station as the market was beginning to shut down. So disappointed we missed t hat, but spent two misty, relaxing days visiting the shops and pubs, eating in the restaurants, strolling down back lanes to churches and generally relaxing and...More
Moreton is an interesting little town, quirky even in parts, several nice cafes, some good restaurants, and a range of shops from antiques to children’s toys and three supermarkets that would cater for most requirements. There are couple of pubs and a good quality hotel,...More