The Half Moon Pub at Cuxham

Cuxham is a small village in southern Oxfordshire.

The village straddles a small stream, the Marlbrook, with some large farm buildings to the west and a small church that originally dates back to pre-Norman times.

For me this is usually a stop on the way to Watlington, about another mile or so to the southeast. Set in gently rolling countryside, its historic church and the presence of the brook add to its charms. It is also lucky enough to retain a village pub – The Half Moon- the subject of this line and wash.

Below is a simple watercolour of Cuxham Church . I’ve yet to post this properly but will add a link when that’s done.

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