Bibury was called ‘The Most Beautiful Village in England’ by artist William Morris when he visited in the nineteenth century and many believe he is not wrong. With an abundance of beautiful quaint cottages, streams and nature the village is one which fairy tales are written about, postcard images taken and one which residents are most proud of.
There is a row of 1380s cottages named the Arlington Row which is now a popular visitor attraction though they were designed and built to house those who worked in the many weaving mills of times gone by. Image and appearance was still a factor for this village even in the 13th century for workers’ homes. Inner city mill and factory workers of the same time may have been housed in shacks or slums, or not even housed at all.
Bibury is home to the world’s oldest race club, built in 1681 and still in regular use. There’s much here for tourists to enjoy who have an interest in British wildlife and history, and many boutique style guest houses.
Road traffic accidents in Bibury
Tourism is a major part of life in Bibury and it boosts the economy of local shops, family run guest houses and independent businesses here so is generally seen as a good thing, however it has a huge downside. An increased traffic volume plays havoc with the historical winding country roads and the traffic incidents in the area more than double during the summer months.
Accident Advice Helpline specialise in road traffic accidents in Bibury. We work to help you in every financial way possible and guarantee to have you reimbursed for any financial hardships you have suffered due to your accident. Road traffic accidents in Bibury can leave many different injuries from the minor such as cuts and bruises, a small break or mild whiplash to severe brain and head injuries, comas and even fatalities.
Call Accident Advice Helpline
Call our free phone number today on 0800 689 0500 and from your mobile 0333 500 0993 and speak to one of our trained advisors who can tell you initially whether or not you indeed have a claim for compensation, all about the compensation claiming process and also what the financial sum is likely to be worth. We do this for free and we are contactable all day, every day.
Accident Advice Helpline work strictly on a no win no fee basis meaning if we do not win your case you won’t pay us a thing. You can also contact us via our website, www.accidentadvicehelpline.co.uk by submitting a 30 second application form for a call back and a handy tool is our compensation calculator which will give you an idea of how much your compensation claim could be worth.
Date Published: 8th December 2013
Author: David Brown