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The Village, the Church and the Pub - by Roy Millar

A wonderful book giving a real and fascinating insight into the three great English Institutions.

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The Cotswolds information reading books listed in this section are all recommended by Cotswolds.Info because they have been bought, read and reviewed by us. By buying and reading some of the books will give you, the visitor and tourist, a depth of understanding and feeling to immeasurably add to your holiday experience and add a third dimension that you will ever remember. We wish you happy and enjoyable reading.

Here you will find recommended books covering everything Cotswolds from Arts and Crafts and Famous People to Cotswold Cooking Recipes and Mountain Biking Guide.

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The Cotswolds

The Cotswolds is one of the most unique areas in the world where time has stood still for 300 years. It is the largest 'Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty' in England and Wales. If you want to get the best out of visiting and holidaying in this unique area we cannot recommend too strongly obtaining, at least one of the books, highlighted here. This will enable you to divert from the beaten path and fully plumb the hidden depths of this most charming and beautiful of regions in the world.

This book has beautifull photographs and includes Stratford and Bath

Cotswolds Scene: The Villages and Landscapes - text link to Amazon.co.uk
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The Cotswolds with forward by Jilly Cooper

In the COUNTRY series, this is a collection of landscapes from one of England's most beautiful areas. Within the region are high hills, steep escarpments, rolling uplands, wooded coombs, swift-flowing streams, ancient sites, stately homes and lowly dwellings, all captured in photographs with notes by Talbot and Whiteman.

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Cotswold Landscapes

Within the area of the Cotswolds, there are high hills, steep escarpments, rolling uplands, wooded coombs, swift-flowing streams, ancient sites and stately homes. But more than anything else, it is the local stone, limestone, that gives the region its distinctive character, having effect on both the landscape and architecture. In this book, the topographical team of Rob Talbot and Robin Whiteman aims to capture the varied landscapes of the Cotswolds.

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Spirit of the Cotswolds by Susan Hill

This is a beautiful book about a beautiful corner of Great Britain. Susan Hill seems to appreciate the atmosphere of magic that pervades the Cotswolds, and she has an eye for the sinister, as befits the author of some excellent ghost stories. I recommend this book to anyone thinking of visiting the Cotswolds, and the photographs are very beautiful.

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Maps

Cotswolds Map including Malverns and Forest of Dean

Beautifully produced large scale driving map (2 miles to 1 inch) and includes descriptions and pictures of the main places to visit.
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Cotswolds Way Walkers Map

Ideal walkers map for those wanting to walk the whole of the 108 miles from chipping Campden to Bath - or just parts of it.

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Cotswolds Walking Maps

Great map for walks around the Cotswolds from different locations.

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Ordinance Survey Touring Map

 

 

Ordnance Survey Map ideal for motoring tours around the Cotswolds.

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Walking and Hiking in the Cotswolds

The Cotswolds is infamous for its allure for walkers and hikers due to its magnificent countryside offering some of the best walks in the UK. The rolling 'Wolds', the Cotswold escarpment offering phenomenal views for hundreds of miles and the varying character of the country not forgetting the wayside inns and pubs all add up to a wonderful adventure. The famous walk is of course the Cotswolds Way Walk starting from the charming market town of Chipping Campden and finishing at the magnificent georgian city of Bath.

The Magic of the Cotswolds Way
As the title suggests - a good introduction to the true magic of the Cotswolds Way walk

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The Cotswolds Way
As recommended by TV's "WISH YOU WERE HERE" The ultimate walking guide to the Cotswolds "THE COTSWOLD WAY"

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Walking on and around the Cotswolds Way
An illustrated collection of walks around the western Cotswolds, which offers information on a variety of routes suitable for all levels of walker, with information on local history and places of interest, and maps marking the selected routes.

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Cotswolds Way
Published in association with the Ordnance Survey as part of the RECREATIONAL PATH GUIDES series, a walker's manual with information and advice about the Cotswold Way's 100 mile route and the places, such as Chipping Campden, Winchcombe and the Severn Valley, that it passes through before finishing in Bath.

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Tea Shop walks

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A year of Walks
Walk through the seasons with these 12 walks and visit 12 outstanding locations. Routes range from 9 to 14 miles for a full day out. Interesting commentary on the c ountryside accompanies concise instructions and clear maps. '

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Famous People - Sir Edward Elgar, J. Arthur Gibbs, Laurie Lee, William Morris, Prince Charles .

SIR EDWARD ELGAR - Famous composer who lived in the Worcester area - find out more

Edward Elgar: A Creative Life
Edward Elgar is among the greatest of all English composers, and this major biography, the culmination of twenty years' work, is probably the most complete and perceptive study of the composer to date. Drawing on the vast amount of source material, much of it previously unpublished, Jerrold Northrop Moore presents Elgar's life and works as inseparable parts of a single creative career. This classic study, unavailable for many years, is here reissued as a Clarendon Paperback. This book is intended for anyone interested in the music and life of Edward Elgar, students of British 20th-century music

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The Life of Elgar
This important new biography of Elgar draws on letters and documents which have become available in the last twenty-five years. Michael Kennedy, a leading scholar of British music and a distinguished musical biographer, uses this new material, which includes Elgar's own vast correspondence, in an attempt to get to the centre of the composer's complex personality.

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Gerontius

Won a Whitbread prize in 1989

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Enigma Variations and Pomp and Cirumstance Marches in Full Score

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J. ARTHUR GIBBS - Author famous for 'A Cotswold Village' - A Classic Highly Recommended - findout more

"The prevailing colour of the Cotswold landscape may be said to be that of gold. The richest gold is that of the flaming marsh-marigolds in the water meadows during May; goldilocks and buttercups of all kinds are golden too, but of a slightly different and paler hue. Yellow charlock, beautiful to look upon, but hated by the farmers, takes possession of the wheat "grounds" in May, and holds the fields against all comers throughout the summer. In some parts it clothes the whole landscape like a sheet of saffron. Primroses and cowslips are of course paler still. The ubiquitous dandelion is likewise golden; then we have birdsfoot trefoil, ragwort, agrimony, silver-weed, celandine, tormentil, yellow iris, St. John's wort, and a host of other flowers of the same hue. In autumn comes the golden corn; and later on in mid winter we have pale jessamine and lichen thriving on the cottage walls. So throughout the year the Cotswolds are never without this colour of saffron or gold. Only the pockets of the natives lack it, I regret to say.

Every cottager takes a pride in his garden, for the flower shows which are held every year result in keen competition. A prize is always given for the prettiest garden among all the cottagers. This is an excellent plan; it brightens and beautifies the village street for eight months in the year. In May the rich brown and gold of the gillyflower is seen on every side, and their fragrance is wafted far and wide by every breeze that blows."

A Cotswold Village by J. Arthur Gibbs

A Cotswold Village

LAURIE LEE - Famous author and poet who was brought up in the Slad Valley - find out more

Cider with Rosie (Vintage Classics)
Cider with Rosie (Vintage Classics)

Cider with Rosie by Laurie Lee
'I remember, too, the light on the slopes, long shadows in tufts and hollows, with cattle, brilliant as painted china, treading their echoing shapes' Cider With Rosie is a wonderfully vivid memoir of Laurie Lee's childhood and youth in a remote Cotswold village. From the moment he is set down in the long grass, 'thick as a forest and alive with grasshoppers', he depicts a word that is both tangibly real yet belonging to a now distant past.

Laurie Lee Country
Laurie Lee Country

Laurie Lee Country
Laurie Lee, author of the beloved classic Cider with Rosie, was born in Gloucestershire in 1914. He spent his formative years in the village of Slad and the enclosing Cotswold valley, as he described it, “greener and more decently lush than is decent to the general herbaceous smugness of the English countryside.” Drawing from Lee’s poetry and prose, this photo-laden homage to that verdant landscape offers us a uniquely personal view of the Cotswolds between the wars.
WILLIAM MORRIS - Leading Victorian designer who started the Arts and Crafts movement - find out more

The multifaceted achievement of English Victorian designer William Morris (1834-1896) is scrutinized in this ravishing catalogue of a centenary exhibition at London's Victoria and Albert Museum. Parry, a curator at the museum, opens with a useful biographical sketch. Next, Morris biographer Fiona MacCarthy explores how the Arts and Crafts pioneer's belief in visual harmony as a basic human function informed his work in embroidery, furniture, domestic decoration, stained glass, painting, wallpapers, engravings, illumination and calligraphy, tapestry, textiles?areas discussed in greater depth in subsequent essays by British and American design historians and curators. Other selections succinctly examine Morris's activities as writer of stories, poems and prose romances, socialist proselytizer, shrewd businessman, conservationist. The closing section presents three contrasting views of Morris: an overrated inspired amateur; an eclectic humanist, forerunner of postmodernism; a pioneer who ironically inspired both left-wing internationalists and ethnic nationalists seeking a vernacular. Featuring 394 color and 161 black-and-white illustrations, this album will thrill Morris devotees. BOMC selection.

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William Morris - his lifeWhen William Morris was dying one of his physicians diagnosed his disease as 'simply being William Morris and having done more than most ten men."' This was in part true of the driven man who was a poet, translator, publisher, businessman and retailer, medievalist, weaver, textile designer, political activist, early environmentalist, father of British Socialism, and guiding force behind the Arts and Crafts movement. With his complex versatility, Morris was an enigma to his Victorian contemporaries. Though there have been numerous works on different aspects of Morris's work, MacCarthy (Eric Gill, LJ 3/1/89) tackles the massive job of the complete story. Her five years of research show in her full and vivid understanding of the artist, the man, his friends, relatives, and era.

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PRINCE CHARLES - His official residence is at Highgrove near Tetbury in the Cotswolds - find out more

Prince Charles who lives at Highgrove near Tetbury in the CotswoldsNow the author Anthony Holden continues this unique series with a third, even more dramatic portrait of the ever-changing Prince Charles. Holden's first book was a portrait of a lonely, confused bachelor still living at home with his parents; his second was about a driven but still troubled man, the father of two sons, trapped in an unhappy marriage and losing public goodwill. His third book presents a divorced prince, now a widower, facing a stark choice: his children, the love of his life or the throne--or, by trying to have all three, playing a dangerous long-term game that could threaten the future of the monarchy itself.

The tragic triangular love story of Charles, Diana and Camilla has never before been told in such compelling detail. Once close to Charles, and later to Diana, Holden is uniquely placed to present both sides of their marital argument. Offering unparalleled insights into the dramatic events of the last decade, Holden traces the seeds of Charles's adult character in his childhood and youth but does not flinch from criticism in recounting how Charles reached his current dilemma as a single parent in love with a woman he may never be able to marry. Though Diana's death has created a wave of public sympathy for him--which may yet see him a popular king--can the private Charles ever find happiness without the help and support of the woman he loves?

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Towns and Cities

The Cotswolds are bordered by a rich variety of towns and cities including the Georgian City of Bath, The City of Dreaming Spires (Oxford), The Regency Spa Town of Cheltenham, the furthest in-land port of The City of Gloucester, the famous pottery City of Worcester, the Medieval Riverside Town of Tewkesbury and the Roman Capital of the Cotswolds - Cirencester.

The Georgian City of Bath

Magnificent book with great pictures and includes some of the southern Cotswold villages
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Stratford-upon-Avon Tour Guide
All you ever want to know about Shakespeare's Town

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Oxford City Tour Guide

Comprehensive handy guide to the City of Dreaming Spires

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The Cirencester Experience

Excellent guide to the Roman Capital of the Cotswolds

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Gardens of the Cotswolds

The Cotswolds, stretching from the west of Oxford to the Welsh borders, from Bath in the South to Worcestershire in the north, contain some of the most beautiful gardens in the world. This is not by chance that so many celebrated gardens exist in such a concentrated area. The combination of a temperate climate, the natural beauty and the English passion for gardening have contributed to their existence. The Cotswolds holds gardens designed by such famous figures as Capability Brown, William Kent, Sir Geoffrey Jellicoe and William Morris and of course Prince Charles.

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Cotswold Gardens
New small format hardback edition of David Hicks' and Andrew Lawson's bestselling guide to the Cotswolds' - and indeed Britain's - finest gardens.

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Prince Charles's garden at Highgrove
Most people will know two things about the garden at Highgrove--that it is organic and that, notoriously, the Prince of Wales talks to the plants he grows there. As The Garden at Highgrove lavishly demonstrates, it is a garden of very considerable interest and beauty, blending idiosyncratic touches

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Historic Gardens of Gloucestershire
Covers all the major gardens in wonderful style and a must for those interested in English gardens

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Gardens of William Morris
The Gardens of William Morris takes a close look at just how much his designs were influenced by gardens and plants, and also how his fabric , wallpaper and carpet designs in turn influenced garden design....It is the sort of book that educates and informs without being heavy going , and is ideal for dipping in and out whenever the fancy takes you.

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Cycling

     

Family Cycling in the Cotswolds

This fully illustrated book of Cotswold cycle rides is designed for families, but the rides can be enjoyed by anyone who would like a short ride in the countryside. Most rides are between 10 and 15 miles long, and all can be ridden in an afternoon or a morning. They are on quiet country roads, though some go across classified roads or have a short stretch along one; one or two rides have a short stretch on a bridle path.

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Six circular cycling routes in the Cotswolds and the Severn Vale
This volume contains six circular road routes for cyclists, complete with maps, covering the areas of the Cotswolds and the Severn Vale.

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Mountain Biking in the Cotswolds

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Family Cycle Rides Between Inns
Designed particularly for those who like country pubs, this book contains Cotswold cycle rides that are between ten and 16 miles long. They are mainly on quiet country roads, though some cross classified roads. The book also features tips and advice.

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England

Frommers Guide to England

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Rough Guide to England

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Thousand Best Houses in England
Simon Jenkins's England's Thousand Best Houses is a sumptuous, encyclopaedic treasure trove of a book--an indispensable guide for anyone who has ever enjoyed nosing around any of England's great abbeys, halls, castles and homes.

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Castles and Ancient Monuments of England

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London

London Tour Guide

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Rough Guide to London
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Itchy Guide to London

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Top ten london

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Special Interests - Buildings, Steam Railways, Folklore, and Other

Buildings of the Cotswolds

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the Creative Hostess: Heart of the Cotswolds Cookbook

Ghosts and Witches of Cotswolds

The simple life: C.R. Ashbee in the Cotswolds

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The Haunted Cotswolds

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Cotswold Stone Homes

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Folklore and Mysteries of the Cotswolds

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Literary Strolls around the Cotswolds and the Forest of Dean

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Curiosities of Gloucestershire - the Cotswolds

Cotswold Follies and Fancies

Steam Thrashing in the Cotswolds

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Cotswold crafts

Victorian and Edwardian Cotswolds

Robert Dover and the Cotswold Olimpic Games (Living History Reference Series)

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Meeting God in Quiet Places

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Cotswold Memories: Recollections of Rural Life in the Steam Age

Great Western steam through the Cotswolds

The Last Days of Steam in Gloucestershire

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Steam Routes around Cheltenham

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Forgotten railways: Chilterns and Cotswolds (Forgotten railways series)

Railways of the Cotswolds

Railway history in pictures: Chilterns and Cotswolds

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Buildings of the Cotswolds

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Curiosities of Gloucestershire - the Cotswolds

Cotswold Follies and Fancies

Steam Thrashing in the Cotswolds: Being...

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The Haunted Cotswolds

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Cotswold Stone Homes

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Folklore and Mysteries of the Cotswolds

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Literary Strolls around the Cotswolds and the Forest of Dean

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Ghosts and Witches of the Cotswolds

The Simple Life: C.R. Ashbee in the Cotswolds

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Cotswold Crafts

Victorian and Edwardian Cotswolds

Robert Dover and the Cotswold Olimpic Games

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Meeting God in Quiet Places

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Cotswold Memories: Recollections of Rural Life in the Steam Age

Great Western Steam Through the Cotswolds

Last Days of Steam in Gloucestershire

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Steam routes around Cheltenham

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Forgotten Railways

Railways of the Cotswolds

Chilterns and Cotswolds: Railway History...

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Honeypot Cottages ...Honeypot Cottages offer a delightful selection of holiday cottages in and around the North Cotswolds market town of Chipping Campden, Broadway and surrounding villages....

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