The Cotswolds was an important centre for the Arts and Crafts Movement in the opening years of the 20th century. Despite the impact of the First World War, the Arts & Crafts spirit flourishes to this day. Following in the footsteps of William Morris, artists and craftsmen settled in villages throughout the Cotswolds, including Broadway and Chipping Campden. Arts and Crafts practitioners were drawn here by its rich craft tradition, accessibility to London and natural charm of the villages and countryside. This heritage is explored in the company of expert Dr Scott Anderson.
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