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Chipping Campden

The jewel of the Cotswolds

Welcome to Chipping Campden

The beautiful north Cotswolds town, rich in history

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Accommodation

Where to stay locally.

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Food and Drink

Where to eat and drink.

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Things to Do

Things to do in town and locally.

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Shopping

Find places to shop in town.

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What's On

Find out what’s on.

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Parking

Parking in the town.

“The most beautiful village street now left in the island.”

G.M. Treveyan

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The Heart of the Cotswolds

Chipping Campden Tourist Information

 Chipping Campden is a small market town within the Cotswold district of Gloucestershire, England with Broad Campden close by.  Chipping Campden is most noted for its long and wide High Street through the town centre, dating from the 14th century to the 17th century and it’s beautiful wool church of St James.  If you get up early on the morning of Scuttlebrook Wake which follows Robert Dover’s games, you can see it in all its glory and can still view the market hall and town hall standing at its centre today.  Campden history is rich, etched in stone.

Once a rich medieval wool town in the Middle Ages, the enjoyed the patronage of wealthy wool merchants at the time.

Campden Online is the digital home of this beautiful town rich in architectural styles, music festivals, memorial garden and even it’s own Campden Coffee Company.  Welcome to Cotswold splendour and the start of the Cotswold Way.

The Holly and the Ivy

"The holly bears a blossom,
As white as lily flow'r,"

The Christmas Carol, ‘The Holly and the Ivy’ was collected by Cecil Sharpe from Mrs Mary Ann Clayton of Sheep Street Chipping Campden, in January 1909.

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Advent Calendar

Visit the Campden Online Advent Calendar each day for offers, fun and Christmas joy.

Let's Go

Christmas Games

Play some fun and admittedly addictive Christmas Games and post your scores.

Let's Play

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Christmas Post

Find out about this year's Christmas Post from the tourist information centre.

Find Out More

Email Santa

Send an e-Mail to Father Christmas so that he can find out what you want for Christmas.

Send an Email

Featured Events

Christmas Carols

Christmas Carols

Chipping Campden Christmas Carols You are invited to a very special Christmas...

Featured Experiences

Guild of Handicraft

Guild of Handicraft

Background to the Guild of Handicraft Chipping Campden has important links...

Court Barn Museum

Court Barn Museum

About Court Barn Museum Court Barn Museum is a project of the Guild of...

St James Church

St James Church

About the Chipping Campden Church St James One of the most beautiful landmarks...