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Buildings in the village of Alstone are a mixture of Cotswold stone and timber frame. The church is a good example. St Margaret's is Norman with seventeenth century restoration. One of the windows in the south wall contains fragments of medieval glass. There are a handful of other half-timbered buildings in the village, alongside those built in Cotswold stone. The saxon name for this village was Aelfsigestun.

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Alstone