A return visit to the Cotswold town of Painswick. I last walked around this town nearly 50 years ago when I was at school in Gloucestershire.
The church of St Mary which dates from Norman times.
I remember from when I was young that the churchyard contains 99 yew trees. Legend has it that a 100th tree would not grow.
New Street, constructed around 1428 when the wool and cloth trade was flourishing, contains the oldest building in England to hold a Post Office.
Looking south down New Street.
The Falcon Hotel opposite the entrance to the churchyard.
The entrance gate to the churchyard.