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Longborough Festival Opera

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Longborough has a village shop and post office; a farm shop; an opera house; two public houses, one in the village itself, and the other in the hamlet of Ganborough; a village school and the 12th-century Church of England parish church of St James.
Longborough Festival Opera is an opera festival which presents a season of high quality opera each June and July in the English Cotswolds village of Longborough in north Gloucestershire.

St James' Church, Longborough

Church of England parish church of St James
Longborough has a village shop and post office; a farm shop; an opera house; two public houses, one in the village itself, and the other in the hamlet of Ganborough; a village school and the 12th-century Church of England parish church of St James.
St James' Church is the Church of England parish church of Longborough, Gloucestershire, England.

Heart of England Way

The village is about 0.5 mi east of the A424, around 1.5 mi west of the Fosse Way (A429) and is on the Heart of England Way.

Bledington

At one stage the Leigh family owned the manors of Adlestrop, Maugersbury and Longborough, as well as their originating village of Stoneleigh.

Evenlode

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Evenlode is bordered by the Gloucestershire parishes of Moreton-in-Marsh to the northwest, Longborough and Donnington to the west, Broadwell to the southwest, and Adlestrop to the southeast; and by the Oxfordshire parish of Chastleton to the east.

Morris dance

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Abingdon, Adderbury, Ascot-under-Wychwood, Badby, Bampton, Bidford, Bledington, Brackley, Bucknell, Chipping Campden, Ducklington, Eynsham, Headington Quarry, Hinton-in-the-Hedges, Ilmington, Kirtlington, Leafield, Longborough, Oddington, Sherbourne, Stanton Harcourt, Upton-upon-Severn and Wheatley.

New Park Quarry

This site is in the north Cotswolds, near Longborough, and contains the well-preserved remains (disarticulated) of Crocodiles and Dinosaurs.

List of places in Gloucestershire

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*Lasborough, Lassington, Laverton, Lechlade, Leckhampton, Leigh, Leighterton, Leonard Stanley, Little Rissington, Little Witcombe, Little Barrington, Littledean, Long Newnton, Longborough, Longford, Longhope, Longlevens, Longney, Lower Slaughter, Lower Apperley, Lower Berry Hill, Lower Cam, Lower Dowdeswell, Lower Lemington, Lower Oddington, Lower Swell, Lower Wick, Luxley, Lydbrook, Lydney, Lypiatt

Country Gardens

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Several Cotswold villages used differing versions of the tune for their Morris dances: Bampton in the Bush (collected by Roy Dommett from Arnold Woodley); "Field Town" (Leafield - collected by Kenworthy Schofield) ; Headington (collected by Carey) and Longborough (collected by Cecil Sharp and Schofield).

Oliver Chase Quick

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Quick died on 21 January 1944 in Longborough, Gloucestershire, and was buried four days later in the churchyard in Longborough.

Civil parish

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Longborough is a village and civil parish 2.5 mi north of the market town of Stow on the Wold, Gloucestershire.

Market town

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Longborough is a village and civil parish 2.5 mi north of the market town of Stow on the Wold, Gloucestershire.

Stow-on-the-Wold

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Longborough is a village and civil parish 2.5 mi north of the market town of Stow on the Wold, Gloucestershire.

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Longborough is a village and civil parish 2.5 mi north of the market town of Stow on the Wold, Gloucestershire.

United Kingdom census, 2011

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The parish population taken at the 2011 census was 471.

Fosse Way

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The village is about 0.5 mi east of the A424, around 1.5 mi west of the Fosse Way (A429) and is on the Heart of England Way.

A429 road

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The village is about 0.5 mi east of the A424, around 1.5 mi west of the Fosse Way (A429) and is on the Heart of England Way.

Pub

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Longborough has a village shop and post office; a farm shop; an opera house; two public houses, one in the village itself, and the other in the hamlet of Ganborough; a village school and the 12th-century Church of England parish church of St James.