This thriving market town in the Evenlode Valley is a gateway to the honey-coloured region of the Cotswolds and is the highest town in Oxfordshire. In the medieval period it stood at the centre of the prosperous trade in wool. The local church of St Mary’s is one of the finest ‘wool’ churches in England, having been rebuilt by wool merchants around 1500. Many old buildings have survived and a ‘Mop Fair’ is still held each year.
The Highwayman James Hird was born here and waylaid travellers until his execution in the mid-17th century. The Bliss Tweed Mill is a local landmark and was built by William Bliss, creator of the town's textile industry during the Industrial Revolution. This remarkable building has been turned into a series of apartments.
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