Malmesbury Travel Guide

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Malmesbury Overview

Malmesbury is a small, pleasant town near Cirencester and the southern edge of the Cotswolds. It is notable mainly for the remains of the 12th Century Abbey, although all that is left is a large, attractive church. The church has a stained window by William Morris and COmpany, although it was made in 1901, well after WIlliam Morris's death. The town itself has held onto some independent bakers and butchers.

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