This Cotswold village, recorded in the Domesday Book, lies at the foot of Dover’s Hill. Named after Robert Dover who organised his ‘Olimpick’ Games there from 1612.

The Romans occupied Weston from the 2nd Century AD, a date based on coins and pottery found in the village.There are three listed Romano-British sites in the village, it is said that the Romans grew their vines on the clearly defined terraces there. Not far from the hill is the ancient monument of the Kiftsgate Stone.

A boundary stone at the south end of the parish was erected in the 18th century and has been designated as a listed building. The church of St Lawrence was built in the 13th century with the lych gate was added in 1922.

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