Cirencester is a market town in east Gloucestershire, England, 93 miles west northwest of London. Cirencester lies on the River Churn, a tributary of the River Thames, and is the largest town in the Cotswold District.

Gloucestershire Festival of Polo

Gloucestershire Festival of Polo 8th–9th June 2019

The Beaufort Polo Club in Westonbirt, Gloucestershire meet again on 8/9th June 2019 a yearly celebration of the oldest sport in the world polo. The two-day spectacle, held at the Beaufort Polo Club, includes impressive top class polo, a tented shopping village plus arena attractions and a traditional funfair. Whether you’re a fan of the …

Gloucestershire Festival of Polo 8th–9th June 2019 Read More »

Dairy Museum of Kitchenalia Cirencester

Museum of Kitchenalia

The Museum of Kitchenalia is a small, independent museum collection located in Cirencester in the beautiful Cotswolds. It is open at various times of the year for workshops and demonstrations only. Visit their ‘What’s On’ pages to find out about events and activities. What’s On… The Museums aim is to represent the UK’s vast culinary …

Museum of Kitchenalia Read More »

Try A Wild Burger

Eat Wild Restaurant Cirencester

Gloucestershire born brothers William and Culum Thompson had a vision; to bring real food to real people at real prices by harvesting, cooking and retailing sustainably sourced wild meat and game. In 2010 they founded EAT WILD and are excited to announce the launch of their first restaurant in their home town of Cirencester. The new restaurant boasts a …

Eat Wild Restaurant Cirencester Read More »

Cirencester International Organ Festival 18th – 25th April

About The Organ Festival Rebuilt by Harrison & Harrison, and opened in 2010, this spectacular instrument will be showcased through a variety of events designed to demonstrate its versatility and importance. Join us as Naji Hakim, one of the world’s leading concert organists, composers and improvisers, opens the 2015 Cirencester International Organ Festival and stay for …

Cirencester International Organ Festival 18th – 25th April Read More »