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. […]
One of my watercolours of one of Stratford characterful pubs – this a view on the front of the Garrick Inn. Signs on the front of the pub declare that it is a 14th century building and has served real ale since 1594.