Field of poppies on the way into Coberley from the A436
Seven Springs – One of the sources of the River Thames
Two stone plaques are set into the walls above the Seven Springs, both bearing the Latin inscription “HIC TUUS O TAMESINE PATER SEPTEMGEMINUS FONS” reportedly translating as “Here, O Father Thames, is your sevenfold source”.
Tributary of the River Churn, Coberley village
Hoar-frost on Hartley Lane
An information plaque has been installed at Seven Springs to acknowledge the sponsors who generously funded the restoration of a major section of the dry stone wall and to provide visitor information about this local natural history landmark. The Council is extremely grateful to the team of Cotswold Voluntary Wardens who erected the posts for us and also tidied up the Seven Springs bank.
Winter at Salterley Grange
St Giles Parish Church, Coberley
Sunset from the Cotswold Way
Cotswold Voluntary Wardens have already put in over 70 hours of work at the Seven Springs site including tidying up the spring area, planting wild flowers, thinning saplings, clearing rubbish and laying boulders along the edge of the lay-by to prevent incursion by vehicles.