Villages & Resorts in Gloucestershire (England) Reviews
Newest Review: ... an old Church and basically that is it. Yet it is a beautiful village that has to put up with the airtattoo croud every year! A stones throw away from Whelford is Kempsford. This too is a village but it has not one pub but two. These pubs are real old fashioned pubs with coal fires. One is up for sale if anyone is interested but be careful if the locals dont like you they wont go to your pub hense one up for sale. This village is unusual in the fact that it has a post office but the post office is the front room of a private house! You can get your stamps and post your letters here and get anything to do with the post office like a n... more
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by - written on 20/11/01, updated on 20/11/01 (Useful, 253 readings)
In Gloucestershire there are a lot of villages but now they are building houses in these villages, where they can, and when the population goes up the village is then called a town. Whelford in Gloucestershire is a village you all know if you have been to the Air Tattoo but I bet you didnt even notice it. In fact the entrances to the airtattoo and airfield is in Whelford not Fairford as one would think. Whelford has an old Church and basically that is it. Yet it is a beautiful village that has to put up with the airtattoo croud every year! A stones throw away from Whelford is Kempsford. This too is a village but it has not one pub but two. ... Read the complete review
by - written on 10/05/01, updated on 10/05/01 (Very useful, 36 readings)
I'll list off a few villages and towns,and a brief overview of what they are like and why they are worth a visit. Tetbury - has an annual woolsackrace at the end of may, with a big street market. Lots of antique shops in this town, good countrside access. North Nibley - home to several good pubs and an anual steam rally. On the hill above the town is a monument to William Tyndale, who was burned because he translated the Bible into English. Wootten Under Edge - small town with a cinema, books hops and lots of curious little shops, well worth a look round. Slimbridge - Home of Peter Scott's Wild Fowl and Wetland Trust - a very ... Read the complete review
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