Cotswolds

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Cotswolds

(ˈkɒtsˌwəʊldz; -wəldz)
pl n
(Placename) a range of low hills in SW England, mainly in Gloucestershire: formerly a centre of the wool industry

Cots•wolds

(ˈkɒts woʊldz, -wəldz)

n.pl.
a range of hills in SW England, in Gloucestershire. Also called Cots′wold Hills′.
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As a result we now offer an increased product range, including a number of new departments such as conservatories, kitchens, bathrooms, windows and doors - and concessions including Hammonds, Hulsta, Costwold Outdoor, Farmers Fayre and Trek Bikes.
Drilling last year at the Costwold target (holes MN12D28 and MN12D29) intersected broad zones of low-grade Cu mineralization confirming that it represents an IOCG-style breccia pipe and alteration system.
Cole also said he wants to see British beef certified in Cuba so that it can be cleared for sales into that market--which would explain the presence of companies like Costwold Fayre Ltd.
ONCE a common sight at Easter around Britain, paceeggers can still be seen in the small Costwold village of Linctus Peverell every Easter Sunday.
Around the lakes snuggle modern villas in traditional Costwold style.
We will go back to Cheltenham for the Costwold Chase (before the Gold Cup).
Michael Anthony McKittrick, 21, of Costwold Avenue, Middlesbrough, sent to a young offenders' institution for four months and banned from driving for two years for drink driving, driving while disqualified and having no insurance.
He walked it twice apparently, before bringing the family to live here," said Mr Dunn, of Cinderford Close, on the Costwold Estate.
Hildon Associates, West View, Costwold Road, Cumnor Hill, Oxford, tel: 0865 863423.
He announced that his next endurance test will see him following the course of the river from its Costwold source.
ATHE Costwold Company stock a wide range of rattan pieces.