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The Chipping Campden Experience

The Arts and Craft in Chipping Campden

The Arts and Craft in Chipping Campden

The Arts and Craft movement in Chipping Campden is renowned internationally.  The town has two histories. There is a long history of wool and wealth and wonderful stone buildings, lasting more than a thousand years. And there is a short history, about a hundred years...

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Chipping Campden Almshouses

Chipping Campden Almshouses

Visit the Almshouses in Chipping Campden Gabled, mullioned, mullioned and hoodmould, these almshouses display the Cotswold vernacular at its best. They were built at a total cost of £1300 in 1612 by Sir Baptist Hicks. Hicks was a wealthy benefactor to Chipping Campden...

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Chipping Campden Market Hall

Chipping Campden Market Hall

History of the Chipping Campden Market Hall Chipping Campden Market Hall stands in the centre of Chipping Campden High Street. This beautiful and iconic Market Hall is surrounded by ancient houses made from the local honey-coloured stone, and it’s easy to imagine the...

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dovers games experience
scuttlebrook wake experience

Chipping Campden Festivals and Events

Throughout the year there are many festivals and events in Chipping Campden which include Dover’s Games and Scuttlebrook Wake, Literary Festival, Music Festival and lots more.  There is something for all the family.

Things to Do

Chipping Campden is set in beautiful Cotswold countryside.  You can go for long walks, visit historical buildings or experience numerous activities and National Trust locations.  There is so much to do.

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Dover's Games

A unique annual event

Scuttlebrook Wake

Happening for over two hundred years

Visit Broadway Tower

A beautiful historic building unique to the Cotswolds