The Cotswolds are alive with the sound of music

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Alan Payling suggests that a spin through a couple of the lesser known valleys in the Cotswolds will delight passengers and enable them to visit the lost world of Laurie Lee’s ‘Cider with Rosie,’ particularly if you take an orchestra with you and drive a 1920s charabanc.

There are some magnificent views across the Severn Valley into Wales on this drive. ALAN PAYLING

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