Our next spot was Ladder Bridge, near Wormleighton. This part of the country is notable for the amount of medieval ridge and furrow still visible, doesn't show up well in photo's though.
A brisk walk out to Priors Hardwick, lovely village, no pub, just a restaurant and that was shut!
Next day we walked to Wormleighton, noted for a large gatehouse and, in the church, a carving of a remarkably well endowed dog. There is also a 16th century carving of a chap wearing spectacles but that was to high up to get a 'photo. Also no pub.
Then a wander across the summit level, down Claydon locks and so to Cropredy.