Images of the Cotswolds

We explored a few towns while in the Cotswolds, all had the same kind of brickwork and architecture. Stow on the Wold was busy and I didn’t expect it to be overly crowded by traffic, but it did have a lot of pretty buildings and great architecture.

Broadway

Broadway was the last town we visited on our Cotswolds trip. It apparently has the longest high street in the country, mainly because the main street is a big chunk of the whole town itself, on a long stretch of road. Like all the Cotswolds towns we visited the buildings all fitted into the same … More Broadway

Boston Stump

I like Boston Stump for several reasons, it is a great piece of architecture and has a special identity by being called a stump instead of church or cathedral. I also like how I can walk through Boston city centre with the stump nowhere to be seen and then suddenly everything opens up and the … More Boston Stump

Shrewsbury Castle

Shrewsbury castle is now pretty much just the regimental museum. It cost me £3 to enter, as a student. £4 as an adult. I started upstairs, which had a room of regimental gear and information, but what I enjoyed the most from the top floor was the next room which was almost like a balcony … More Shrewsbury Castle

Another Cathedral

When we visited Peterborough over Christmas we didn’t actually go inside the cathedral, we just admired the grand front view. I love cathedrals, which is ironic as I’m not religious in the slightest. However, I enjoy the history and architecture involved with such extravagant buildings. It’s a wonder how they were built in the times … More Another Cathedral

Tattershall Castle

We chose a lovely day to visit Tattershall Castle in Lincolnshire, it felt like a summer’s day! Situated in the little village of Tattershall, the 15th century castle is in great condition and looks more like a tower than a castle. It used to have spires on top of each of the four turrets, but … More Tattershall Castle