The 'wool church' of St.James, Chipping Campden
The pinnacled tower of the 'wool church' of St.James, Chipping Campden (built from the wealth of the local wool trade). Beside it stands one of a pair of exquisite Jacobean gatehouses surviving from the former Old Campden House, Chipping Campden, Cotswolds. Built by Sir Baptist Hicks, who also built the nearby almshouses, a pair of fabulous banqueting houses also survive (see other images in this gallery).
Date taken: 16 June 2010.