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definitely looks out of place.
'Chipping Norton is a great place to live and work. Slap in the middle of an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty - in the shadow of the Rollright Stones. Small enough to preserve a real identity. Great sense of community. Terrific facilities. Its a perfect base for touring the beautiful North Oxfordshire Cotswolds. We are surrounded by rolling hills and idyllic limestone villages. Beautiful walking and cycling country. Oxford and Stratford are within 20 miles. There's a good bus service to both of them. Chastleton House, Broughton Castle , Blenheim Palace and Rousham are even closer. Or the town itself makes for a lively break. There's a lot going on. The Theatre, a brilliant new Leisure Centre, book shops, art galleries, a museum and antique shops. Excellent food and local ales in over twenty pubs and restaurants. Chippy has one of the finest Parish Churches in the County, a mediaeval Guildhall, some quaint back lanes and beautiful Georgian houses. We like living here. We hope you'll come and discover it for yourself.'
Although, to be fair, we're ALL in the shadow of the rollright stones. Top band.
Could you not have stopped this??
for a weak rolling stones gag.'
That's my motto.
more respect for this please
as well as faintly comedic.
although chipping sodbury loses marks for JK rowling living there.
but claims to be from Chipping Sodbury as it makes her sound posh!
i say a bit... i once went to the supermarket there and they were selling hoovers out of a truck outside with a really annoying bloke trying to peddle them.
every one knows you push and scoot to ride a hoover..no peddles required
I lived in Yate once for a short while.
It felt like death.
because it sounds like an exclamation.
Chipping Norton, look at the rack on that! Etc.
Great Dunmow, what have I just said?
an anish kapoor sculpture ('the world turned inside out' i think) at the rollright stones.
They were brought by the people too (mostly pagan) Julian cope got in on it naturally. Blimey his tome is weighty and expensive, I did have an idea for an art piece......It was a load of his books standing on end......get this......in a circle and called 'the new ozimandius'
no i don't :(
malibu stacey will......I dont know if anything will of rubbed off on thewarn though