, at the south end of the Cotswolds
. Dating to the 1100s, Chipping Sod
bury seems nevertheless to have a bit of an inferiority complex
. One tourism
site suggests that tourists in Chipping Sodbury
should go to visit Bristol
instead, or perhaps Wales
Perhaps that's because of its amusing name.
Tiefling says that 'chipping' means market, and Sodbury probably means Soð's place. That's a relief.
(and thanks to heyoka for the tip)