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Chipping Campden Thatched Cottages
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Westington, Chipping Campden the 17th Century Thatched cottages nestle like images off a chocolate box cover. The honey gold Cotswold stone set off by the perfectly thatched roofs and neatly trimmed grass. Gardens full of flowers and neat borders only a 10 minute walk from the High Street and 15th century wool market. Beyond stands the early perpendicular St James Church and the Almshouses that were built by Sir Baptist Hicks (once Mayor of London and First Lord Campden) in early the 1600's.

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Uploaded: 12/08/2011
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