Didbrook, Gloucestershire Photo Gallery
A lovely north Cotswold village with some attractive medieval
and Tudor cottages.
Entering the village from the Winchcombe road you come to this lovely old cruck-framed cottage
Detail of cruck framing with supporting half-timbering
Here you see the bones and the flesh of a medieval cottage! The bones are the half-timbers, while the flesh is infill between the timbers.
Beside the parish church is this lovely, rambling Tudor house
Detail of a half-timbered Elizabethan gable
The parish church of St George, Didbrook
The church is entered through a west door
The west door is riddled with musket holes from the Wars of the Roses
The 'open-trussed rafter and queen post' nave roof
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