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The complete illustrated history of the Cotswold home
Dr Tim Jordan is a retired university lecturer at Oxford Brookes University. He has a long-term general interest in vernacular architecture and has become a member of the Oxford Buildings Record group. He lives in a Cotswold stone barn in Eynsham, Oxfordshire. Lionel Walrond discovered the Roman villas at Lufton and Low Ham when he was only seventeen years old. He was the curator of Stroud Museum and is well known as a lecturer and writer on customs, industrial archaeology and architectural history. He is now retired and lives in Stroud.