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Chopping board celebrates 50 years of The Cotswold Way

In celebration of 50 years of The Cotswold Way, Chipping Campden-based Robert Welch has developed a limited-edition oak pebble chopping board, in collaboration with Cotswolds National Landscape.

The 32cm chopping board is made from solid oak and features a delicate engraving of The Cotswold Way highlighting; Bath, Dyrham, Painswick, Winchcombe and Chipping Campden.

Perfected with a food-safe oiled finish, the natural wood material protects knives when slicing, dicing and chopping.

The chopping board costs £36 and 50% of each sale will be donated directly to The Cotswolds National Landscape to help maintain and improve The Cotswold Way.

Fifty Robert Welch, Cotswold National Landscape, oak pebble chopping boards are available exclusively from the Robert Welch Studio in Chipping Campden from today (Monday, September 20).

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