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Bibury Holiday Cottages
Situated in what the 19th Century artist and designer William Morris described as “the most beautiful village in England”, Bibury Holiday Cottages are 4 star rated self-catering holiday accommodation. Bibury is set on the River Coln in this most picturesque corner of the Cotswold Hills and Bibury Holiday Cottages are perfect examples of Cotswolds holiday cottages. There are four cottages - The Bakehouse, The Stables, The Tallet and The Granary - all within a short walk of the idyllic centre of Bibury and its historical weaver's cottages,…
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From the golden architecture of Broadway, the cosmopolitan atmosphere of Cheltenham and the relaxing strolls of Bourton-on-the-Water, the Cotswolds definitely lives up to its title of being an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.  Spilling into six counties, the Cotswolds is in the perfect location to visit some of the nearby tearooms, attractions, or countryside pathways. With over 25 years’ experience, holidaycottages.co.uk pride themselves with an extensive portfolio of beautiful cottages, suitable for every type of getaway.  Whether you’re looking for a romantic retreat for two, a group getaway…
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The Candy Man, Cirencester
This local family-owned sweet shop in Cirencester sells sweets for all ages!  We sell a large range of traditional and kids' sweets. Everyone is welcome to buy as little or as much as they like! Our promise to our customers is to keep our prices down by staying family-run. Open 7 days a week.
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The Plough Inn, Stratton
The Plough at Stratton, hosted by Andrew Crump, is a splendid old pub with parts of the building dating back to the 18th century. The pub was altered to its current state in 1970 and Arkell's purchased it in 1991.  Having previously been on a busy road, the whole character of the pub has changed since the building of the new road to Gloucester, meaning The Plough is suddenly something of an off-the-beaten-track little pub with a quiet, convivial atmosphere - and well worth finding. Food is served…
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Arlington Row, Bibury
Situated about seven miles from Cirencester, Bibury was described by the 19th Century artist and craftsman William Morris as "the most beautiful village in England" when he visited it. The picturesque group of former weavers' cottages on Arlington Row in Bibury is without doubt one of the most photographed Cotswold scenes. It is probably also now the most depicted village in the world because since 2010, a picture of the former weavers' cottages in Arlington Row has appeared on the inside cover of all newly-issued UK passports. Each year…
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Bingham Hall, Cirencester
This historical venue in Cirencester is a thriving centre for both private and public functions and has hosted many major events. Bingham Hall is used as a venue for meetings, conferences, seminars, entertainment shows, wedding receptions, parties and club events. The main hall can accommodate up to 450 seated guests for stage performances or 300 guests for dining. The Daniel Bingham Suite is a flexible space which makes it perfect for smaller events. There are a variety of catering options with fully-equipped kitchens and bar facilities available on…
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Chedworth Roman Villa
Situated in the heart of the Cotswolds, Chedworth was one of the largest Roman villas in Britain. The villa was accidentally discovered in June 1864 by two men working on the Stowell Park Estate who were ferreting for rabbits in the woods when their ferret got stuck down a hole. As they dug the ferret out, they revealed a small patch of mosaic pavement. Realising the significance of the find they reported it and it came to the attention of the young landowner – 19-year-old Lord Eldon.…
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Cirencester Open Air Swimming Pool
Built in 1869, Cirencester is home to Britain's oldest open air swimming pool and is unique in that it offers the chance to swim in natural spring water heated to an average 27°C (80°F). Located on the edge of Cirencester Park, there is a 28-metre main pool with slide and a separate children's paddling pool, along with a sunbathing patio. The pool is open from late May to early September each year, offering facilities for families, parents and babies as well as serious swimmers. Over the past couple…
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Cirencester Roman Amphitheatre
The Cirencester amphitheatre is one of the largest known examples surviving from the Roman occupation of Britain. Estimated to have had a capacity of about 8,000 people, it was built just outside the walls of the town (then known as Corinium) early in the 2nd Century AD. Cirencester was second only to London in size at this period, with a population of over 10,000, and was at its finest just as Roman rule was collapsing throughout the Western Empire. In AD 408, the last contingents of the regular…
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Combat Splat outdoor activities, Cotswold Water Park
Combat Splat, situated in the Cotswold Water Park, offers affordable paintball seven days a week for ages 10 and over. Under-16s are Combat Splat's most popular age group and obviously require more guidance to keep them safe whilst in action. They receive full head goggles, impact vests, extra marshall guidance, separate games from adults, and discounted half-term sessions. New for 2016, Combat Splat has just opened a brand new archery and air rifle venue a little over a mile from its award-winning paintball venue.   Both activities are heavily reliant on technique and composure. By booking…
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Corinium Museum, Cirencester
This award-winning museum not only enables visitors to explore the history and treasures of the Cotswolds but it is home to one of the largest collections of Romano-British antiquities from Corinium, Roman Britain's second largest city, now known as Cirencester. An inspiring and interactive experience for everyone, the museum features the work of Prehistoric metalsmiths, Roman mosaics, Anglo Saxons and their buried treasures, Medieval sculpture, Civil War coin hoards and the elegance of Victorian Cirencester. These collections are of the highest heritage merit and are significant both…
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Cotswold Country Park & Beach
Open from February to December, Cotswold Country Park & Beach offers the largest inland beach in the UK, as well as boat and kayak hire, bouncy castles, crazy golf, a climbing wall, adventure playgrounds, open water swimming, cafes and wonderful lakeside walks. Picture by Kay Ransom Photography
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Based on a Scandinavian idea, forest school involves children and young people aged three to 18 working with a qualified forest school leader and their teacher on a frequent and regular basis throughout the year in a local woodland setting. They follow their usual curriculum, but in an outdoor context, using learning and teaching strategies which raise self-esteem, develop confidence, independence and language and communication skills.  
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The leisure centre features two swimming pools, a relaxation suite, gym, sports hall, squash courts, a physiotherapy clinic and a beauty therapy centre. The gym offers the latest fitness equipment where the gym instructors provide motivation and support. The swimming pool is home to an award-winning swim school and a range of wet activities. The sports hall offers six courts for a range of sports including badminton, five-a-side football and basketball. For those craving relaxation we also have a relaxation suite and beauty therapy centre.
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Cotswold Water Park
Just a few miles from Cirencester, the Cotswold Water Park is an incredible leisure resource that was born out of gravel extraction which began half a century ago. But the Cotswold Water Park is not what many people might imagine it to be, as there are no water slides, log flumes or the like. It is, in fact, a collection of 150 lakes and wetlands, covering 40 square miles, making it one of the UK's largest nature reserves with many previously "lost" species being successfully reintroduced…
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Located between Cirencester and Swindon, Gloucestershire Rally School offers drivers aged 10 and over an opportunity to experience the exciting sport of rally driving. A purpose-built track and rally-prepped cars make for a memorable day out. It's ideal as a gift or the ultimate fun experience for a group event, corporate days or stag and hen parties.
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Located in the Cotswold Water Park, Head4Heights is a high ropes activity centre for families, individuals and groups, with packages from 30 minutes to a whole day. Those with a head for heights can enjoy an exhilarating range of climbing, jumping and swinging activities, all in complete safety. The centre is open to the public and for all group bookings, including corporate, school, youth group, stag, hen and birthday programmes. The staff are all well qualified and will give you the encouragement you need to do as much or as little…
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Gloucestershire's largest indoor soft play centre, including slides, zip slides, ball rivers and a cannon area that shoots foam balls at various targets. A wide range of refreshments are available from the cafe.   
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New Brewery Arts, Cirencester
New Brewery Arts in Cirencester, based in a former Victorian brewery building, has been a centre for the arts and artistic crafts for more than 30 years. The workshops house 19 craft workers, including a glass blower, textile artists, ceramicist, upholsterer and jeweller. Visitors have the opportunity to watch craftspeople at work and to buy directly from them or browse an array of their work on show in the New Brewery Arts café and shop. Each year, about 200,000 people from near and far visit the centre in…
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Old Downs Pursuits is a clay target shooting and air rifle ground situated within the Cotswold Water Park area, near Cirencester. Other outdoor activities on offer include archery, crossbows and pistol shooting. The centre can cater for birthday parties, corporate events, hen and stag parties or just to give someone a special treat. All sizes of groups are catered for and the activities are suitable for all range of abilities.
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The Sundial Theatre at Cirencester College was opened in January 1998 as a professional and community venue with an exciting and varied programme. The auditorium seats up to 275 depending upon the style of the performance.
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This historic theatre is situated within the complex of Ingleside House and The Vaults in Cirencester. It has close connections to local musical groups, as well as being involved with the media and arts on both a professional and amateur basis. The Barn is a space for community activities in Cirencester and hosts a wide variety of events and shows.    
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Waterland provides a whole range of watersports for all ages at its base at the Cotswold Water Park such as sailing and stand-up paddleboarding. Outdoor team building activities are offered to businesses, schools, youth groups and the general public.
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WMSki is the UK's premier cable wakeboarding facility to experience this exciting new sport. Throughout the season beginners' courses are available to anyone age 10 and over with fully qualified coaches on hand every step of the way to ensure you have the best introduction to wakeboarding.  
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The Masons Arms, Meysey Hampton
In a bustling Cotswolds village, the Masons Arms sits proudly on the Village Green in the heart of Meysey Hampton.   A pub, dining room and bedrooms, it's a place to eat, drink and sleep and you will always receive a warm welcome, whether you are with us for an hour or with us for a week. If you are visiting, we want you to relax and enjoy your stay here. There is a wealth of towns and villages to explore and you will always get a…
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Michelle & Michael's Sweet & Savoury Waffle House
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Bespoke salads & sandwiches
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The Tennis Plus Modern Tennis Academy has a programme based at Stratford Park, Stroud, and has just launched a new ‘Coffee Morning’ class on Tuesday & Friday from 9.30am-11am on a Tuesday. This is open to all levels of play and rackets can be provided with coffee provided at the end of the session. We also run a session at our Cirencester site St Michael's Park on a Tuesday from 12 noon to 1.30pm. The first trial session is free to attend and new players are always welcome.…
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Meets Monday evenings at Cotswold Leisure Centre, Cirencester, 8pm-9pm. Contact Mrs Vera Kershaw 01285 770294 or Keith Stocken 01285 652410.
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The Cirencester group is part of the international human rights organisation Amnesty International UK. Established in 1984, it is a small friendly group of individuals who are passionate about human rights. Amnesty International campaigns to promote an increased awareness of human rights, and undertakes action to stop grave abuses of human rights wherever they occur. The group organises a programme of speakers, workshops and films and also stages a number of fund-raising events including concerts, quizzes and its annual flag day.   Meetings are held monthly and for…
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Meets at Ampney Crucis Village Hall on the third Thursday of each month from 7pm-9.30pm. Contact Joyce Cutts on 01285 851540.
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The club meets on Friday evenings at Ampney Crucis Village Hall, approximately two miles from Cirencester. The style of Karate that we train in is 'Shotokan', a very ancient and traditional style, but probably the most dynamic of all Karate styles. The club is for all ages, both male and female, from beginners to black belt. For more information contact Kevin Nicholls on 07967 418812 or kevnicholls@msn.com
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Networking forum for local arts scene for all those working in, or interested in, art. First Tuesday of month 7pm-9pm in cafe at New Brewery Arts. Free entry. Call 01285 657181 or visit www.newbreweryarts.org.uk
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Cantores is one of the Cotswolds’ most accomplished amateur chamber choirs. Founded in 1991, the choir has since gained a loyal and growing following, performing music that is challenging and enjoyable, combining familiar favourites with works that are relatively new or not often performed. Cantores usually performs six or so concerts a year, one of them a cappella and two with the accompaniment of either organ or the Cantores String Ensemble drawn from local professional musicians. Concerts usually take place in Cirencester’s Parish Church, and they are repeated…
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The club was originally established in 1984 by Master Richard Hopkins, founder of the World United Martial Arts Federation (WUMA) and it has since successfully developed from a Lau Gar Kung Fu club to a modern-day kickboxing club. The club is now run by blackbelt brothers Tim and Terry Saxton, who have both trained for over 25 years. Lessons are held on Tuesday evening at the Old Boys Gym at Deer Park School in Cirencester and on Thursdays evenings at the Dance Studio of the Bingham Hall.  WUMA…
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Ciren Samba aims to bring the community together through samba drumming. Learn a mixture of traditional Brazilian rhythms as well as Western rhythms like funk and hip-hop on authentic instruments, under expert tuition.  All are warmly welcome to join in any rehearsal. There is no need to read sheet music and no experience is necessary. We're a very friendly bunch and normally go for a little social drink afterwards too. Sessions are held every Tuesday from 7.30pm-9pm at New Brewery Arts Theatre, Cirencester, GL7 1JH. The cost…
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The league was formed in 1932 and is still going strong. The club shoots its air rifle and pistol schedules on Monday evenings at the new Village Hall at Down Ampney, near Cirencester, from 7pm until 10pm, shooting with .177 Air Rifle and Pistols. League secretary Tony Clack, who has fired in the English Air Rifle Team, has been shooting in the league for almost 70 years and has been secretary of the Cirencester League for over 40 years.  If you are interested in joining the league, please…
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We have novice and experienced beekeepers and all are welcome at our meetings. In the winter we meet at least twice a month and from April every week on Thursdays.   For more details email sec@cirencesterbeekeepers.org.uk or visit www.cirencesterbeekeepers.org.uk
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We now have approximately 25 members who enjoy meetings on the third Wednesday of the month at St Peter's Court, commencing at 2.30pm. If you join the WI, we can guarantee you will make new friends, develop new interests and have lots of fun. For more information please visit the Gloucestershire Federation Website at www.thewi.org.uk/gloucestershire or contact Lucille Terry on 01285 654873 or email lucille.terry@gmail.com 
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The Cirencester Skittle League was formed in 1935 and still attracts almost 1,000 players in 68 teams from September to April.   Each team is associated with a pub, hotel or club where the alley is situated and although they are primarily from the Cirencester area, teams also come from places including South Cerney, Bibury, Kemble, Cricklade, Lechlade, Fairford and Northleach. Skittles is an excellent opportunity to meet old and new friends, attracting people from all walks of life. Matches take place once a week throughout the autumn…
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Meets for lectures on the 4th Monday of the month at Ashcroft Centre, Ashcroft Road, Cirencester, at 7.30pm. Visitors welcome (£5 per meeting). For more information, visit www.cirenhistory.org.uk
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The society, which meets at Cirencester Parish Centre in Gosditch Street, has over 60 members and is open to all artists, whatever standard, including beginners.  There are monthly talks or demonstrations by professional and amateur artists and the society also operates two studio mornings each week where members can practise their skills in an informal environment.  One or two Art-based visits and outings are arranged during the year. There are opportunities to exhibit in two different local venues throughout the year and major exhibitions are mounted at a local venue…
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Cirencester Athletics Club is the focus for all runners from Cirencester and the surrounding area. The club was formed in 1985 and has steadily grown to the current membership of 150 with runners aged from 17 to over 70 of all abilities from novice jogger to international.  Cirencester AC incorporates the increasingly successful Cirencester Triathlon Club and also has an active Junior Section. The main club meets at the Cotswold Leisure Centre in Cirencester on Tuesdays at 6.30pm for a structured training session and Sundays at 9am…
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Club nights are held at Cirencester Kingshill School with four courts on Thursday evenings from 7pm-9.30pm, usually starting the first week of September. After a two-week Christmas break, the club resumes in January through to the end April.  If Kingshill School is unavailable during the season, the club uses the Cotswold Leisure Centre. All teams play in the Gloucestershire Badminton League and home matches are played on Thursday evenings starting at 7pm at Kingshill School. The separate Summer Club carries on at the Leisure Centre from 8pm-10pm on…
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Cirencester Band was founded in 1919, born out of the 'Comrades of the Great War' support organisation following the 1914-1918 Great War. Rehearsals began at the Temperance Hall in Thomas Street on Monday and Thursday evenings with many of the instruments 'borrowed' from the regiments the men had served with. For nearly a century since, the band has been entertaining audiences in and around Cirencester. The band led the parade from Cricklade Street to the Abbey Grounds at the start of Cirencester's celebrations for The Queen's diamond…
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We are one of the larger clubs in Gloucestershire with a current playing membership of 65 men, 36 ladies and two juniors, together with a further 46 social members. The club was founded in 1930 and the clubhouse and green have been progressively improved over the years. There is an extensive programme of men’s, ladies and mixed friendly matches against other clubs, as well as many club competitions. The club also enters teams in several national and county competitions and leagues. In addition to the summer outdoor bowls…
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Bibury Holiday Cottages

Coln Court, Arlington, Bibury, Cirencester, Gloucestershire, GL7 5NL
Bibury Holiday Cottages
Situated in what the 19th Century artist and designer William Morris described as “the most beautiful village in England”, Bibury Holiday Cottages are 4 star rated self-catering holiday accommodation. Bibury is set on the River Coln in this most picturesque corner of the Cotswold Hills and Bibury Holiday Cottages are perfect examples of Cotswolds holiday cottages. There are four cottages - The Bakehouse, The Stables, The Tallet and The Granary - all within a short walk of the idyllic centre of Bibury and its historical weaver's cottages,…
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From the golden architecture of Broadway, the cosmopolitan atmosphere of Cheltenham and the relaxing strolls of Bourton-on-the-Water, the Cotswolds definitely lives up to its title of being an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.  Spilling into six counties, the Cotswolds is in the perfect location to visit some of the nearby tearooms, attractions, or countryside pathways. With over 25 years’ experience, holidaycottages.co.uk pride themselves with an extensive portfolio of beautiful cottages, suitable for every type of getaway.  Whether you’re looking for a romantic retreat for two, a group getaway…

The Candy Man, Cirencester

The Candy Man, 18 Black Jack Street, Cirencester, Gloucestershire, GL7 2AA
The Candy Man, Cirencester
This local family-owned sweet shop in Cirencester sells sweets for all ages!  We sell a large range of traditional and kids' sweets. Everyone is welcome to buy as little or as much as they like! Our promise to our customers is to keep our prices down by staying family-run. Open 7 days a week.

The Plough Inn, Stratton

5 Gloucester Road, Stratton, Cirencester, Gloucestershire, GL7 2LB
The Plough Inn, Stratton
The Plough at Stratton, hosted by Andrew Crump, is a splendid old pub with parts of the building dating back to the 18th century. The pub was altered to its current state in 1970 and Arkell's purchased it in 1991.  Having previously been on a busy road, the whole character of the pub has changed since the building of the new road to Gloucester, meaning The Plough is suddenly something of an off-the-beaten-track little pub with a quiet, convivial atmosphere - and well worth finding. Food is served…

Arlington Row, Bibury

Bibury, Cirencester, Gloucestershire, GL7 5NJ
Arlington Row, Bibury
Situated about seven miles from Cirencester, Bibury was described by the 19th Century artist and craftsman William Morris as "the most beautiful village in England" when he visited it. The picturesque group of former weavers' cottages on Arlington Row in Bibury is without doubt one of the most photographed Cotswold scenes. It is probably also now the most depicted village in the world because since 2010, a picture of the former weavers' cottages in Arlington Row has appeared on the inside cover of all newly-issued UK passports. Each year…

Bingham Hall, Cirencester

King Street, Cirencester, Gloucestershire, GL7 1JT
Bingham Hall, Cirencester
This historical venue in Cirencester is a thriving centre for both private and public functions and has hosted many major events. Bingham Hall is used as a venue for meetings, conferences, seminars, entertainment shows, wedding receptions, parties and club events. The main hall can accommodate up to 450 seated guests for stage performances or 300 guests for dining. The Daniel Bingham Suite is a flexible space which makes it perfect for smaller events. There are a variety of catering options with fully-equipped kitchens and bar facilities available on…

Chedworth Roman Villa

Yanworth, Northleach, Gloucestershire, GL54 3LJ
Chedworth Roman Villa
Situated in the heart of the Cotswolds, Chedworth was one of the largest Roman villas in Britain. The villa was accidentally discovered in June 1864 by two men working on the Stowell Park Estate who were ferreting for rabbits in the woods when their ferret got stuck down a hole. As they dug the ferret out, they revealed a small patch of mosaic pavement. Realising the significance of the find they reported it and it came to the attention of the young landowner – 19-year-old Lord Eldon.…

Cirencester Open Air Swimming Pool

Cecily Hill, Cirencester, Gloucestershire, GL7 2EF
Cirencester Open Air Swimming Pool
Built in 1869, Cirencester is home to Britain's oldest open air swimming pool and is unique in that it offers the chance to swim in natural spring water heated to an average 27°C (80°F). Located on the edge of Cirencester Park, there is a 28-metre main pool with slide and a separate children's paddling pool, along with a sunbathing patio. The pool is open from late May to early September each year, offering facilities for families, parents and babies as well as serious swimmers. Over the past couple…

Cirencester Roman Amphitheatre

Chesterton Lane , Cirencester, Gloucestershire, GL7 1XW
Cirencester Roman Amphitheatre
The Cirencester amphitheatre is one of the largest known examples surviving from the Roman occupation of Britain. Estimated to have had a capacity of about 8,000 people, it was built just outside the walls of the town (then known as Corinium) early in the 2nd Century AD. Cirencester was second only to London in size at this period, with a population of over 10,000, and was at its finest just as Roman rule was collapsing throughout the Western Empire. In AD 408, the last contingents of the regular…

Combat Splat outdoor activities, Cotswold Water Park

Clayhill Wood, Spine Road East, Ashton Keynes, Gloucestershire, GL7 5TL
Combat Splat outdoor activities, Cotswold Water Park
Combat Splat, situated in the Cotswold Water Park, offers affordable paintball seven days a week for ages 10 and over. Under-16s are Combat Splat's most popular age group and obviously require more guidance to keep them safe whilst in action. They receive full head goggles, impact vests, extra marshall guidance, separate games from adults, and discounted half-term sessions. New for 2016, Combat Splat has just opened a brand new archery and air rifle venue a little over a mile from its award-winning paintball venue.   Both activities are heavily reliant on technique and composure. By booking…

Corinium Museum, Cirencester

Park Street, Cirencester, Gloucestershire, GL7 2BX
Corinium Museum, Cirencester
This award-winning museum not only enables visitors to explore the history and treasures of the Cotswolds but it is home to one of the largest collections of Romano-British antiquities from Corinium, Roman Britain's second largest city, now known as Cirencester. An inspiring and interactive experience for everyone, the museum features the work of Prehistoric metalsmiths, Roman mosaics, Anglo Saxons and their buried treasures, Medieval sculpture, Civil War coin hoards and the elegance of Victorian Cirencester. These collections are of the highest heritage merit and are significant both…

Cotswold Country Park & Beach

Spratsgate Lane, Shorncote, Cirencester, Gloucestershire, GL7 6DF
Cotswold Country Park & Beach
Open from February to December, Cotswold Country Park & Beach offers the largest inland beach in the UK, as well as boat and kayak hire, bouncy castles, crazy golf, a climbing wall, adventure playgrounds, open water swimming, cafes and wonderful lakeside walks. Picture by Kay Ransom Photography

Cotswold Forest School, Ashton Keynes

Clayhill Copse, Spine Road East, Ashton Keynes, Gloucestershire, GL7 5XU
Based on a Scandinavian idea, forest school involves children and young people aged three to 18 working with a qualified forest school leader and their teacher on a frequent and regular basis throughout the year in a local woodland setting. They follow their usual curriculum, but in an outdoor context, using learning and teaching strategies which raise self-esteem, develop confidence, independence and language and communication skills.  

Cotswold Leisure, Cirencester

Tetbury Road, Cirencester, Gloucestershire, GL7 1US
The leisure centre features two swimming pools, a relaxation suite, gym, sports hall, squash courts, a physiotherapy clinic and a beauty therapy centre. The gym offers the latest fitness equipment where the gym instructors provide motivation and support. The swimming pool is home to an award-winning swim school and a range of wet activities. The sports hall offers six courts for a range of sports including badminton, five-a-side football and basketball. For those craving relaxation we also have a relaxation suite and beauty therapy centre.

Cotswold Water Park

Gateway Visitor Centre, Lake 6, Spine Road, South Cerney, Gloucestershire, GL7 5TL
Cotswold Water Park
Just a few miles from Cirencester, the Cotswold Water Park is an incredible leisure resource that was born out of gravel extraction which began half a century ago. But the Cotswold Water Park is not what many people might imagine it to be, as there are no water slides, log flumes or the like. It is, in fact, a collection of 150 lakes and wetlands, covering 40 square miles, making it one of the UK's largest nature reserves with many previously "lost" species being successfully reintroduced…

Gloucestershire Rally School, near Cirencester

Cirencester Road, Down Ampney, Gloucestershire, GL7 5QF
Located between Cirencester and Swindon, Gloucestershire Rally School offers drivers aged 10 and over an opportunity to experience the exciting sport of rally driving. A purpose-built track and rally-prepped cars make for a memorable day out. It's ideal as a gift or the ultimate fun experience for a group event, corporate days or stag and hen parties.

Head4Heights aerial adventure centre, Cotswold Water Park

Cotswold Country Park and Beach, Spratsgate Lane, Shorncote, Cirencester, Gloucestershire, GL7 6DF
Located in the Cotswold Water Park, Head4Heights is a high ropes activity centre for families, individuals and groups, with packages from 30 minutes to a whole day. Those with a head for heights can enjoy an exhilarating range of climbing, jumping and swinging activities, all in complete safety. The centre is open to the public and for all group bookings, including corporate, school, youth group, stag, hen and birthday programmes. The staff are all well qualified and will give you the encouragement you need to do as much or as little…

Magicland, Cirencester

Meadow Road, Cirencester, Gloucestershire, GL7 1YA
Gloucestershire's largest indoor soft play centre, including slides, zip slides, ball rivers and a cannon area that shoots foam balls at various targets. A wide range of refreshments are available from the cafe.   

New Brewery Arts, Cirencester

Brewery Court , Cirencester, Gloucestershire, GL7 1JH
New Brewery Arts, Cirencester
New Brewery Arts in Cirencester, based in a former Victorian brewery building, has been a centre for the arts and artistic crafts for more than 30 years. The workshops house 19 craft workers, including a glass blower, textile artists, ceramicist, upholsterer and jeweller. Visitors have the opportunity to watch craftspeople at work and to buy directly from them or browse an array of their work on show in the New Brewery Arts café and shop. Each year, about 200,000 people from near and far visit the centre in…

Old Downs Pursuits, Cotswold Water Park

Fosse Farm, Driffield, Cirencester, Gloucestershire, GL7 5QA
Old Downs Pursuits is a clay target shooting and air rifle ground situated within the Cotswold Water Park area, near Cirencester. Other outdoor activities on offer include archery, crossbows and pistol shooting. The centre can cater for birthday parties, corporate events, hen and stag parties or just to give someone a special treat. All sizes of groups are catered for and the activities are suitable for all range of abilities.

Sundial Theatre at Cirencester College

Cirencester College, Fosse Way Campus, Stroud Road, Cirencester, Gloucestershire, GL7 1XA
The Sundial Theatre at Cirencester College was opened in January 1998 as a professional and community venue with an exciting and varied programme. The auditorium seats up to 275 depending upon the style of the performance.

The Barn Theatre, Cirencester

3 Beeches Road, Cirencester, Gloucestershire, GL7 1BN
This historic theatre is situated within the complex of Ingleside House and The Vaults in Cirencester. It has close connections to local musical groups, as well as being involved with the media and arts on both a professional and amateur basis. The Barn is a space for community activities in Cirencester and hosts a wide variety of events and shows.    

Waterland, Cotswold Water Park

Lake 32, Spratsgate Lane, Shorncote, Gloucestershire, GL7 6DF
Waterland provides a whole range of watersports for all ages at its base at the Cotswold Water Park such as sailing and stand-up paddleboarding. Outdoor team building activities are offered to businesses, schools, youth groups and the general public.

WMSki, Cotswold Country Park & Beach

Lake 11, Cerney Wick Lane, South Cerney, Gloucestershire, GL7 5LW
WMSki is the UK's premier cable wakeboarding facility to experience this exciting new sport. Throughout the season beginners' courses are available to anyone age 10 and over with fully qualified coaches on hand every step of the way to ensure you have the best introduction to wakeboarding.  

The Masons Arms, Meysey Hampton

28 High Street, Meysey Hampton, Cirencester, Gloucestershire, GL7 5JT
The Masons Arms, Meysey Hampton
In a bustling Cotswolds village, the Masons Arms sits proudly on the Village Green in the heart of Meysey Hampton.   A pub, dining room and bedrooms, it's a place to eat, drink and sleep and you will always receive a warm welcome, whether you are with us for an hour or with us for a week. If you are visiting, we want you to relax and enjoy your stay here. There is a wealth of towns and villages to explore and you will always get a…

Abbeymill Carpets, Cirencester

60 Cricklade Street, Cirencester, Gloucestershire, GL7 1JN

American Pizza, Cirencester

101 Watermoor Road, Cirencester, Gloucestershire, GL7 1LD
Pizza takeaway

AV8 Restaurant, Cotswold Airport

Cotswold Airport, Cirencester, Gloucestershire, GL7 6BA

Blades, Cirencester

The Stableyard, Black Jack Street, Cirencester, Gloucestershire, GL7 2AA
  • T: 01285 643365

Café Mosaic, Cirencester

12 The Woolmarket, Dyer Street, Cirencester, Gloucestershire, GL7 2PR

Caffe Nero, Cirencester

18 Market Place, Cirencester, Gloucestershire, GL7 2NW

Chinese Experience, Cirencester

27 Castle Street, Cirencester, Gloucestershire, GL7 1QD
Chinese restaurant

Coffee#1, Cirencester

Unit 1-2, 12 Castle Street, Cirencester, Gloucestershire, GL7 1QA

Concordfoto, Cirencester

7 Castle Street, Cirencester, Gloucestershire, GL7 6EG

Costa Coffee, Brewery Court, Cirencester

1-2 Brewery Court, Cirencester, Gloucestershire, GL7 1LL

Costa Coffee, Cricklade Street, Cirencester

35 Cricklade Street, Cirencester, Gloucestershire, GL7 1HY
  • T: 01285 651949

Cotswold Artisan Coffee, Cirencester

5 Bishop's Walk, Cricklade Street, Cirencester, Gloucestershire, GL7 1JH
  • T: 01285 239327

Cotswold Curtains, Cirencester

71 Cricklade Street, Cirencester, Gloucestershire, GL7 1HY

Fratello's, Cirencester

29 Sheep Street, Cirencester, Gloucestershire, GL7 1QW

Gift, Cirencester

4 The Old Post Office, Castle Street, Cirencester, Gloucestershire, GL7 1QA

He Says She Waffles, Cirencester

2 Templar Mews, Black Jack Street, Cirencester, Gloucestershire, GL7 2AA
Michelle & Michael's Sweet & Savoury Waffle House

Hobbs House Bakery, Cirencester

Unit 3, The Corn Hall, Market Place, Cirencester, Gloucestershire, GL7 2NY

Indian Rasoi, Cirencester

14 Dollar Street, Cirencester, Gloucestershire, GL7 2AJ
Eat in and takeaway

Jacks, Cirencester

44 Black Jack Street, Cirencester, Gloucestershire, GL7 2AA
  • T: 01285 640888

Jesse's bistro, Cirencester

The Stableyard, Black Jack Street, Cirencester, Gloucestershire, GL7 2AA

Lakeside Brasserie, Cotswold Water Park, South Cerney

Watermark Club, Spring Lake, Station Road, South Cerney, Gloucestershire, GL7 5TH

Le Beaujolais, Cirencester

37 Castle Street, Cirencester, Gloucestershire, GL7 1QD

Lucia's, Cirencester

36 Dyer Street, Cirencester, Gloucestershire, GL7 2PF
  • T: 01285 641570

Made by Bob, Cirencester

The Cornhall, 26 Market Place, Cirencester, Gloucestershire, GL7 2NY

New Brewery Arts, Cirencester

Brewery Court, Cirencester, Gloucestershire, GL7 1JH

Pashon Jewellery & Crafts

Unit 9, The Old Post Office, 12 Castle Street, Cirencester, Gloucestershire, GL7 1QA

Piazza Fontana, Cirencester

30 Castle Street, Cirencester, Gloucestershire, GL7 1QH

Pizza Express, Cirencester

28 Castle Street, Cirencester, Gloucestershire, GL7 1QH
Restaurant & takeaway

R J Holmes Opticians, Cirencester

6 Castle Street, Cirencester, Gloucestershire, GL7 1QA

R. Scott & Co

3 & 5 Castle Street, Cirencester, Gloucestershire, GL7 1QD

Raj Doot, Cirencester

35 Castle Street, Cirencester, Gloucestershire, GL7 1QD

Somewhere Else, Cirencester

65 Castle Street, Cirencester, Gloucestershire, GL7 1QD

Soushi, Cirencester

The Old Post Office, 12 Castle Street, Cirencester, Gloucestershire, GL7 1QA

Stacked, Cirencester

5 The Old Post Office, Castle Street, Cirencester, Gloucestershire, GL7 1QJ
Bespoke salads & sandwiches

Stoneys, Cirencester

1 Farrell Close, Cirencester, Gloucestershire, GL7 1HW

Sultan Cirencester

23 Dyer Street (1st floor), Cirencester, Gloucestershire, GL7 2PP
Eat in & takeaway

Swan Yard Café, Cirencester

9-13 West Market Place, Cirencester, Gloucestershire, GL7 2NH
  • T: 01285 641300
The Tennis Plus Modern Tennis Academy has a programme based at Stratford Park, Stroud, and has just launched a new ‘Coffee Morning’ class on Tuesday & Friday from 9.30am-11am on a Tuesday. This is open to all levels of play and rackets can be provided with coffee provided at the end of the session. We also run a session at our Cirencester site St Michael's Park on a Tuesday from 12 noon to 1.30pm. The first trial session is free to attend and new players are always welcome.…

Thai Emerald, Cirencester

36 Castle Street, Cirencester, Gloucestershire, GL7 1QH

The Cake House, Cirencester

Bishop's Walk, Cricklade Street, Cirencester, Gloucestershire, GL7 1JH

The Carpenters Arms, Miserden

Miserden, Gloucestershire, GL6 7JA

The Crown, Cirencester

17 West Market Place, Cirencester, Gloucestershire, GL7 2NH
  • T: 01285 653206

The Daneway Inn, Sapperton

Daneway, Sapperton, Cirencester, Gloucestershire, GL7 6LN
  • T: 01285 760297

The Greyhound Inn, Siddington

Ashton Road, Siddington, Cirencester, Gloucestershire, GL7 6HR

The Nelson Inn, Cirencester

70 Gloucester Street, Cirencester, Gloucestershire, GL7 2DH
  • T: 01285 652402

The Old Boathouse Pub, Cotswold Water Park, South Cerney

Lake 6, Spine Road East, South Cerney, Gloucestershire, GL7 5FP

The Organic Farm Shop, near Cirencester

Abbey Home Farm, Burford Road, Cirencester, Gloucestershire, GL7 5HF
Farm shop & cafe

The Royal Oak, South Cerney

High Street, South Cerney, Cirencester, Gloucestershire, GL7 5UP

The Tunnel House Inn, Coates

Tarlton Road, Coates, Cirencester, Gloucestershire, GL7 6PW

The Twelve Bells, Cirencester

12 Lewis Lane, Cirencester, Gloucestershire, GL7 1EA

The Wheatsheaf Inn, Cirencester

79 Cricklade Street, Cirencester, Gloucestershire, GL7 1JF
  • T: 01285 653674

The Wild Duck Inn, Ewen

Drakes Island, Ewen, Cirencester, Gloucestershire, GL7 6BY

The William Morris Café, Bibury

The William Morris Cafe, 11 The Street, Bibury, Cirencester, Gloucestershire, GL7 5NP

Tidings

8-10 Castle Street, Cirencester, Gloucestershire, GL7 1QA

Waitrose, Cirencester

Sheep Street, Cirencester, Gloucestershire, GL7 1SZ

West Cornwall Pasty Company, Cirencester

2 Cricklade Street, Cirencester, Gloucestershire, GL7 1JH

Zen Chinese takeaway, Cirencester

97 Watermoor Road, Cirencester, Gloucestershire, GL7 1LD
  • T: 01285 653030
Chinese takeaway
Meets Monday evenings at Cotswold Leisure Centre, Cirencester, 8pm-9pm. Contact Mrs Vera Kershaw 01285 770294 or Keith Stocken 01285 652410.
The Cirencester group is part of the international human rights organisation Amnesty International UK. Established in 1984, it is a small friendly group of individuals who are passionate about human rights. Amnesty International campaigns to promote an increased awareness of human rights, and undertakes action to stop grave abuses of human rights wherever they occur. The group organises a programme of speakers, workshops and films and also stages a number of fund-raising events including concerts, quizzes and its annual flag day.   Meetings are held monthly and for…
Meets at Ampney Crucis Village Hall on the third Thursday of each month from 7pm-9.30pm. Contact Joyce Cutts on 01285 851540.
The club meets on Friday evenings at Ampney Crucis Village Hall, approximately two miles from Cirencester. The style of Karate that we train in is 'Shotokan', a very ancient and traditional style, but probably the most dynamic of all Karate styles. The club is for all ages, both male and female, from beginners to black belt. For more information contact Kevin Nicholls on 07967 418812 or kevnicholls@msn.com
Networking forum for local arts scene for all those working in, or interested in, art. First Tuesday of month 7pm-9pm in cafe at New Brewery Arts. Free entry. Call 01285 657181 or visit www.newbreweryarts.org.uk
Cantores is one of the Cotswolds’ most accomplished amateur chamber choirs. Founded in 1991, the choir has since gained a loyal and growing following, performing music that is challenging and enjoyable, combining familiar favourites with works that are relatively new or not often performed. Cantores usually performs six or so concerts a year, one of them a cappella and two with the accompaniment of either organ or the Cantores String Ensemble drawn from local professional musicians. Concerts usually take place in Cirencester’s Parish Church, and they are repeated…
The club was originally established in 1984 by Master Richard Hopkins, founder of the World United Martial Arts Federation (WUMA) and it has since successfully developed from a Lau Gar Kung Fu club to a modern-day kickboxing club. The club is now run by blackbelt brothers Tim and Terry Saxton, who have both trained for over 25 years. Lessons are held on Tuesday evening at the Old Boys Gym at Deer Park School in Cirencester and on Thursdays evenings at the Dance Studio of the Bingham Hall.  WUMA…
Ciren Samba aims to bring the community together through samba drumming. Learn a mixture of traditional Brazilian rhythms as well as Western rhythms like funk and hip-hop on authentic instruments, under expert tuition.  All are warmly welcome to join in any rehearsal. There is no need to read sheet music and no experience is necessary. We're a very friendly bunch and normally go for a little social drink afterwards too. Sessions are held every Tuesday from 7.30pm-9pm at New Brewery Arts Theatre, Cirencester, GL7 1JH. The cost…
The league was formed in 1932 and is still going strong. The club shoots its air rifle and pistol schedules on Monday evenings at the new Village Hall at Down Ampney, near Cirencester, from 7pm until 10pm, shooting with .177 Air Rifle and Pistols. League secretary Tony Clack, who has fired in the English Air Rifle Team, has been shooting in the league for almost 70 years and has been secretary of the Cirencester League for over 40 years.  If you are interested in joining the league, please…
We have novice and experienced beekeepers and all are welcome at our meetings. In the winter we meet at least twice a month and from April every week on Thursdays.   For more details email sec@cirencesterbeekeepers.org.uk or visit www.cirencesterbeekeepers.org.uk
We now have approximately 25 members who enjoy meetings on the third Wednesday of the month at St Peter's Court, commencing at 2.30pm. If you join the WI, we can guarantee you will make new friends, develop new interests and have lots of fun. For more information please visit the Gloucestershire Federation Website at www.thewi.org.uk/gloucestershire or contact Lucille Terry on 01285 654873 or email lucille.terry@gmail.com 
The Cirencester Skittle League was formed in 1935 and still attracts almost 1,000 players in 68 teams from September to April.   Each team is associated with a pub, hotel or club where the alley is situated and although they are primarily from the Cirencester area, teams also come from places including South Cerney, Bibury, Kemble, Cricklade, Lechlade, Fairford and Northleach. Skittles is an excellent opportunity to meet old and new friends, attracting people from all walks of life. Matches take place once a week throughout the autumn…
Meets for lectures on the 4th Monday of the month at Ashcroft Centre, Ashcroft Road, Cirencester, at 7.30pm. Visitors welcome (£5 per meeting). For more information, visit www.cirenhistory.org.uk
The society, which meets at Cirencester Parish Centre in Gosditch Street, has over 60 members and is open to all artists, whatever standard, including beginners.  There are monthly talks or demonstrations by professional and amateur artists and the society also operates two studio mornings each week where members can practise their skills in an informal environment.  One or two Art-based visits and outings are arranged during the year. There are opportunities to exhibit in two different local venues throughout the year and major exhibitions are mounted at a local venue…
Cirencester Athletics Club is the focus for all runners from Cirencester and the surrounding area. The club was formed in 1985 and has steadily grown to the current membership of 150 with runners aged from 17 to over 70 of all abilities from novice jogger to international.  Cirencester AC incorporates the increasingly successful Cirencester Triathlon Club and also has an active Junior Section. The main club meets at the Cotswold Leisure Centre in Cirencester on Tuesdays at 6.30pm for a structured training session and Sundays at 9am…
Club nights are held at Cirencester Kingshill School with four courts on Thursday evenings from 7pm-9.30pm, usually starting the first week of September. After a two-week Christmas break, the club resumes in January through to the end April.  If Kingshill School is unavailable during the season, the club uses the Cotswold Leisure Centre. All teams play in the Gloucestershire Badminton League and home matches are played on Thursday evenings starting at 7pm at Kingshill School. The separate Summer Club carries on at the Leisure Centre from 8pm-10pm on…
Cirencester Band was founded in 1919, born out of the 'Comrades of the Great War' support organisation following the 1914-1918 Great War. Rehearsals began at the Temperance Hall in Thomas Street on Monday and Thursday evenings with many of the instruments 'borrowed' from the regiments the men had served with. For nearly a century since, the band has been entertaining audiences in and around Cirencester. The band led the parade from Cricklade Street to the Abbey Grounds at the start of Cirencester's celebrations for The Queen's diamond…
We are one of the larger clubs in Gloucestershire with a current playing membership of 65 men, 36 ladies and two juniors, together with a further 46 social members. The club was founded in 1930 and the clubhouse and green have been progressively improved over the years. There is an extensive programme of men’s, ladies and mixed friendly matches against other clubs, as well as many club competitions. The club also enters teams in several national and county competitions and leagues. In addition to the summer outdoor bowls…
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