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Bibury is a fine little village. There's a combined shop/post office, a tea room, a handful of hotels/B&Bs, a church, the trout farm, and this river.
If the weather is nice this is a lovely place for a picnic. But I wouldn't go out of...More
Much of the year the trout in the river here can be seen lazily holding station waiting for food to come to them which it frequently does in the form of crumbs from the tourists (though feeding the ducks is not approved).
In several places...More
Looks more like a wide creek than a river, but it is probably defined by length, not width, as in the US. Bibury developed along it, and the medieval weavers during the boom in the wool trade certainly needed it. Now the trout farm (right...More
There'a a lovely 4 mile circular walk starting in the centre of Bibury which goes past the church, Arlington Row and other building not seen by most of the tourists. Crosses through woods, fields, streams and a short road stretch. Can by quite muddy in...More