Email: email@example.com Tel: 01285 655 158 About Cirencester Why live in Cirencester? History
Cirencester is a vibrant market town which is known as the capital of the Cotswolds. This historic roman town has attractions from a Roman Ampitheatre to the nearby Chedworth Roman Villa. The Corinium Museum is an important source of information on the local history. Housing stock
Described as the capital of the Cotswolds, Cirencester s streets, terraces and squares are bursting with beautiful period properties, adorned with intricate ironwork balconies and painted stucco fa ades. Choose from period stone and brick buildings or sympathetic modern purpose-built townhouses and apartments. There is something for most budgets in Cirencester. Facilities
A thriving shopping destination, Cirencester offers exclusive boutiques and antiques shops, major retail stores, as well as a delectable range of bistros, restaurants, caf s and bars.
As well as numerous indoor swimming facilities, Cheltenham has its own lido at Sandford Parks, which is packed with happy families during the heat of the summer. Health and leisure centres, plus tennis, squash, hockey and croquet clubs are all in abundance in this town whose roots are based in health and wellbeing. Education and health
Families moving to Cirencester will be spoilt for choice when making the all-important decision about schools.
Cirencester General is an excellent hospital, located within easy reach of the town centre, and there are numerous good surgeries across the town. Transport
Swindon - 15 miles
Cheltenham - 16 miles
Gloucester - 19 miles
Oxford - 35 miles
Bath - 38 miles
Bristol - 40 miles
Birmingham - 67 miles
Cardiff - 70 miles
London - 95 miles
Manchester - 155 miles
Liverpool - 155 miles. Points of interest Every year the Fairford Air Tattoo is held on the outskirst of the town, a real specticle visited by thousands of enthusiasts.