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The Green at Kingham, Oxfordshire, with the Kingham Plough in the back ground.The Kingham Plough is a quintessential Cotswold Inn has an outstanding restaurant alongside the perfect village pub. Kingham (proclaimed “England’s Favourite Village” by Country Life Magazine), the area has an abundance of attractions nearby. Kingham is situated in the heart of The Cotswolds and there are many beautiful villages and market towns that are well worth visiting. Info from the Kingham Plough website, http://www.thekinghamplough.co.uk

Copyright: Ian Mc Carney
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Uploaded: 26/02/2010
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