Great Rissington

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Great Rissington is a village in Gloucestershire, England.[1][2] The population taken at the 2011 census was 367.[3]

Howard baronets[edit]

In 1955, the Howard baronets of Great Rissington were created:

Gallery[edit]

Great Rissington
Bridleway to Great Rissington
Bridleway to Great Rissington 
Entering Great Rissington
Entering Great Rissington 
Turning to Great Rissington
Turning to Great Rissington 
Village Green in Great Rissington
Village Green in Great Rissington 
Cricket green in Great Rissington
Cricket green in Great Rissington 
Typical village cottages in Great Rissington
Typical village cottages in Great Rissington 
Another cottage in Great Rissington
Another cottage in Great Rissington 
Primary school in Great Rissington
Primary school in Great Rissington 
Primary school in Great Rissington
Primary school in Great Rissington 
The Lamb Inn, a pub in Great Rissington
The Lamb Inn, a pub in Great Rissington 
St. John the Baptist's Church in Great Rissington
St. John the Baptist's Church in Great Rissington 

References[edit]

  1. ^ Official website
  2. ^ Caroline Mills, Slow Cotswolds: Local, Characterful Guides to Britain's Special Places, Bradt Travel Guides, 2011, p. 111 [1]
  3. ^ "Parish population 2011.Retrieved 24 March 2015". 

Coordinates: 51°51′18″N 1°43′07″W / 51.85500°N 1.71861°W / 51.85500; -1.71861