I hope you both had a great anniversary.
Despite the fact that I lived in Oxford for more than three years, I'm ashamed to say that I never spent any time in the Cotswolds...
Do you mind if I critique your photos?
The first one is the best IMHO. I like the wide angle view - and the church isn't distorted which is a bonus. There's a strange dark circle to the left of the church steeple that looks like sensor dust, but is not apparent in your other shots - my eye is drawn strongly to it. There's also some haloing around the dark features, such as the bush on the right hand side.
The second image of the church is a bit more of a snapshot. I'm not really a fan of the distortion of the building here, but that's just my personal taste. The sunset colour on the church contrasting against the late afternoon sky is alway a nice thing to look at.
The garden image has nice symmetry, although it's obviously tilting down to the right - easy to fix in post processing. The colours have a good level of saturation.
The sculpture image doesn't really draw my interest as a photograph, although I'm sure it serves its purpose as a reminder of your trip. The whites are slightly blown out. To make the photo more intriguing or exciting, a different angle could be used, perhaps a close-up of some of its detail. A different time of day (early morning or evening) would help with contrast and colour too.