Folklore and Magic of Southern England - November 1, 2018 - Atlas Obscura Trips
Mythical castles and ancient witchcraft, ecological biomes and fairy-tale forests, sea tractors and flaming tar barrels—all this awaits you on our one-of-a-kind exploration of southern England's historic haunts and eccentric traditions.
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10 Weird and Wonderful English Village Rituals
Whether you are visiting England for the first time or you are a regular vacationer, you should do more than pass through the villages. They have some weird and wonderful rituals that may seem silly, but are often centuries old.
The Lord Leycester Hospital, Warwick, England dates from 1126 was built for ageing or injured soldiers and their wives, now - a retirement home for ex soldiers.
The Cotswolds: An Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty
Gracefully spread out across six counties, the Cotswolds are the epitome of charm. If you're looking for the perfect day trip from London, look no further than the tangle of golden villages, thatched-roof cottages, quaint little town churches, ancient mansions as well as a plethora of cream teas and organic local produce. The Cotswolds are just stupid pretty and it doesn't get more picturesque than this!
Little Sheppey House, and Pixie Cottage, Stanton, Cotswolds England.
Little Sheppey House, and Pixie Cottage, Stanton in the Cotswolds England.Photo by Bob Radlinski.