A Taste of Cirencester
A thriving, picturesque Market town in Gloucestershire, Cirencester carries the title “Capital of the Cotswolds”, due to its position at the heart of this quintessentially English region. There’s a traditional, relaxed vibe here which blends effortlessly with current “High Street” shops, enticing boutiques, trendy interiors shops, hip deli’s and endless cafés.
Historically the town was the second largest city after London during the Roman Empire, it’s story impressively told in the town’s Corinium Museum which over-flows with Romano-British antiquities. Today, the magnificent parish church dominates the town’s centre as it towers over the newly paved market place, where local farmers and artisans bring their products to sell twice a week. On the outskirts, Cirencester Park, home to Earl Bathurst, flanks the town and offers endless walking opportunities as well as polo matches during the summer months.