The Cotswolds and beyond Page 3 of 3

Today the Cotswolds has a magnetic attraction for many: artists, historians, naturalists, cyclists and walkers - anyone indeed with a love for fund peace and the tranquillity of the English countryside. Traditional as well as contemporary crafts are demonstrated in galleries and at shows all over the area.

There is a wide range of attractions to suit all these tastes and more. Exploring the real Cotswolds at any time of year is a rewarding experience, each season throwing a different light on the ever-changing scene.

In his English Journey in 1933, J.B.Priestley described the Cotswolds as:
"the most English and least spoiled of all our countrysides" and "...a national heritage of great value"

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