The medieval magic of Burford, west Oxfordshire, which is well worth the 45 minute bus ride from Oxford. Burford contains everything that makes  life worth living a village worth visiting: a fantastical High Street packed with crookedly picturesque houses, plenty of old pubs, an atmospheric fifteenth century parish church, lovely tea rooms, and those fetching little antique shops.

    I LOVE THIS COLLAGE BUSINESS!!!! I had far too much fun selecting these photographs and obsessively, maniacally moving them about lovingly arranging them just for you. (top image, Ron Adams; left-to right images from Paul HP, DreaMaTrix, Brownie Bear, and Joe Wright, all on flickr)

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