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Compton Abdale’s Crocodile is restored

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Date: October 23, 2007

The Cotswolds Conservation Board donated funds to help get the crocodile restored. Compton Abdale is a small typical Cotswolds village lying between Northleach and Andoversford situated in a quiet valley just off the main A40 road to Oxford. Compton Abdale is unusual in the Cotswolds and probably in England in that the village has it’s […]

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Compton Abdale’s Crocodile is restored

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2 Responses to “Compton Abdale’s Crocodile is restored”

  1. vebedo » Compton Abdale‚Äôs Crocodile is restored Says:

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  2. Bill Phillips Says:

    I saw the crocodile en route to Chedworth recently, and stopped to take some photographs. I’m intrigued why a crocodile? What made someone 150 years ago decide to make the conduit a crocodile head. I would love to know.

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