Cirencester, in the county of Gloucestershire, is the largest town in the Cotswolds and is home to the Royal Agricultural College, the oldest institution of its kind in the world. The town also houses the Corinium Museum, named after the original Roman name of the town, while other landmarks include the Church of St. John the Baptist, Cirencester House, Abbey House and the Roman Amphitheatre in Cotswold Avenue. The town has been home to a number of famous people over the years including Tony Adams, Cozy Powell, Robin Ince, Pam Ayres and Willey Carson.
Cirencester has many businesses working out of individual or shared offices. There are training consultants, website design firms, healthcare practitioners, publishing houses, business management consultants, marketing specialists and IT consultants in the area. Mitsubishi cars also have UK head offices in Cirencester.
Entertainment And Dining Out
The town offers a number of interesting entertainment options including a variety of stage-productions and live music events at the Sundial Theatre. The Cirencester Creative Dance Academy also hosts a number of shows while Cirencester Amphitheatre is the place to catch live performances in an open air arena. Magic Land and Ultimate High are theme parks in the area providing fun for the family. Eating out in Cirencester means you can try a variety of foods from different parts of the world. There is Japanese cuisine at Soushi, Italian at Piazza Fontana and spicy Indian at Sultana. The Falcon is known for a large variety of European dishes and The Nelson Inn serves up local English cooking.
Cirencester has a good road network offering connectivity throughout the area. The town is served by a large number of buses, taxis and coach services. Cirencester is one of the largest towns in the region without its own railway station but Kemble railway station is on the outskirts of town and provides strong links to the National Rail network.