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... only because it is currently covered in scaffolding and work men all over it. Such a shame because it looks stunning and obviously has a great history. Not sure how long the renovation is due to last but nice to see again once it’s...More
This lovely building is being restored, as of October 2018. However, it's worth a stop as you walk along the town's High Street. So much as happened here, and for hundreds of years.
Despite the restoration process, you call still see much of the wals....More
Chipping Campden is one of the most picturesque Cotswolds towns, and it market hall, in the middle of its High Street, is a beautiful example of this common feature. Note the disk in the ground on the southerly side of the hall, indicating the starting...More
This has been the 'must see' 'building in Chipping Campden since the day it was built. It has not suffered like some ancient buildings by been touched up. If you stand inside and close your eyes you can imagine the sheep having been brought down...More
The Market Hall is owner by the National Trust and is over 400 years old. It is set right in the middle of the High street. There isn’t a great deal to say about it. Yes it is very historic, but it is need of...More
The Market Hall on High Street in Chipping Campden is absolutely breathtaking in its historical significance and presence in the year 2018. It's nearly 400 years old, and I can only imagine the number of merchants, customers, food stuffs, and wares that have been protected...More
Chipping means Market, full of history, look at the inside of the roof, I was in awe of the way they made roofs.
This is the beginning of the Cotswold Way and there is a round rock area that marks the trail.
Perhaps it is its location on the main street, but this 400 year old marketplace hardly seems the most prominent highlight in Chipping Campden. It is attractive and worth a short stop. It played an important role in the town's history as a wool and...More