Tag Archive: Chipping Campden

Chipping Campden

Next to one of the roads into Chipping Campden is this old trough, the purpose for which it was built being not immediately apparent. The light bulb comes on when you realise that,… Continue reading

Bench in the Sun

In the warm light of an early November morning sun, the local limestone looks almost golden in colour. That bench certainly looked a tempting place to sit and bask in the sunshine. I… Continue reading

Shady Path

For such a small town, Chipping Campden has an enormous church. It’s a survivor from when the town was one of the richest in England, with many in the town becoming rich from… Continue reading

Chipping Campden Market Hall

Built in 1627, and still used as originally intended almost four hundred years later, Chipping Campden Market Hall simply oozes character. In the early November sunshine, the local limestone has a wonderful glow… Continue reading

The Light Fantastic

There are days when you get up before dawn, or head off to a site before sunset, but the light isn’t there, and you struggle to make anything work. Then there are the… Continue reading