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Families can read Ofsted reports for Cirencester HERE.
The population was recorded as 16,325 at the 2011 You.Gov census.
90 minutes from London, 75 minutes from Birmingham, 38 miles from bath and a 2 hour hop to Cornwall, Cirencester is well placed and has good transport links. Within the Cotswolds Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, it’s positioned not far from the M5 and M4. It has a mainline train station offering good service to London, Bristol and Birmingham. The closest airport is Bristol, just over an hour by car.
If you’re moving to Cirencester, moving from the area or making a larger move overseas or across the UK, Armishaws provide relocation services throughout the area including;
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A charming market town with a wealth of independent shops, there is so much to chose from. Here’s our pick of the best to enjoy after you’re moving to Cirencester;
Good food, great service, heavenly cakes. You can enjoy a delightfully healthy meal here, but we have yet to manage it, there is simply too much temptation and we love Jacks for it!
With your removals complete it’s time to celebrate, Talking Wines offer outstanding knowledge and an amazing array of bottles for every occasion. Add it to your sat nav now.
Not only can you see and buy great pieces, from jewellery to statement canvases, you can also have get artistic with a range of classes and workshops. A friendly venue for Cirencester newbies.
If Cirencester wasn’t already great enough, up step Corinium Ales. An outstanding brewery right on your doorstep. There’s even a taproom to try before you buy!
Excellent fresh, organic produce, tasty treats, skincare, household items, gifts, all sustainably produced and available at a fantastic location with a superb café. A lovely trip out.
Cirencester is stepped in history, from the Roman and Saxon invasions to the British Anarchy and English Civil war, the town has had more than its share of events and upheavals. Today it’s a much calmer affair, lovely independent shops and cafes, good restaurants and a beautiful setting. The town itself has so much charm but hop in the car to explore the countryside and you’ll see just why people love the Cotswolds and Cirencester offers great access.
There are two theatres (one of which is also a cinema), numerous live music venues, a leisure centre with swimming pool, gym, sports hall and classes for all ages. The town has a very active and wonderfully eccentric events calendar that celebrates the best of the area, food festivals, bonfire night, beer festival, literary and the Cotswolds Show, a major event with something for the whole family.
Just an hour and a half from London and 38 miles from Bath, Cirencester has it all. Access to the South West and Birmingham (75 minutes by car), the town is in heart of the Cotswolds, England’s largest Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Both the M4 and M5 are within easy reach. There are mainline services to London, Birmingham and Bristol. The closest airport is Bristol,, while the nearest airport, Bristol, is an hour away.