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August 2017

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Cotswold Holiday

Naunton
 


 

 It wwas rainign slightly the following morning, but we travelled by car and

 and walked up to the church at Naunton. Inside there was a play group

 

 There were two sundials

 

 just around one corner of the tower

 

 and a nice face on the end of one of the window arches

 

 

 

 We walked away from the church and along

 the main street of the village with its imposing former Baptist church

 

 

 which had a graqveyard on the steep slope down to the River Windrush

 

 

 

 

 

The former school was up a small slope

 and down from the road was an ancient dovecote. This provided pigeons to be eaten by the Lord of the Manor

 but at the expense of the ordinary people on whose crops the pigeons fed

 It was very dark inside and my pictures are not quite shapr

 

 

 River Windrush and a primitive bridge

 

 

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