Nestling beneath the southern edge of the Cotswolds, Wotton-under-Edge is a hospitable, thriving and vibrant place, with interesting and historic buildings. Many visitors fall in love with this ancient town, which still embodies many of the features of small town life which have disappeared in bigger places.
'The Cotswold Way' national trail passes right through the town along the main shopping street which is packed with small independent shops.
The Cotswolds is a great place to visit, admire the picturesque towns, villages and countryside. A place where you can explore Britain's past reaching right back to Roman times and beyond.
So why not make a day of it! Pop in and explore our inviting range of kitchenware but leave yourself time to enjoy the historic and natural attractions, rolling hills and relaxing views.
Like any small rural town in the UK we suffer from the entrenched views and attitudes of people who have made it their purpose in life to subsidise early retirement by paid public 'service'. They get away with it because of public apathy and ignorance about the way things work behind the scenes.
But on the brighter side we do have the wonderful QUENTIN KELP - Member of Parliament. I suppose Quentin is an acquaintance rather than a friend and I'm still not sure if I'd vote for him. But he's a survivor. Quent got what he'd always wanted - a referendum on UK membership of the EU and the result he wanted!
See his latest newsletter here:- Constituency Newsletter: Quentin Kelp MP