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Quedgeley is a small suburb located within the city limits of Gloucester in the county of Gloucestershire. It is a residential area known for the World War I memorial located within the bounds of St. James Church. A former RAF logistics site is one of the major landmarks around the area while Gloucester Cathedral and St. Mary de Lode are also close to Quedgeley. The area has a number of timber buildings built in Tudor style, reflecting part of its architectural history.
You will find a number of small businesses occupying office space in and around town, including building and home decoration services, healthcare professionals, home and office cleaning agencies, and recycling firms. Tandy Engineering Services and Airbus Connections Airport Service both have a base in the town. You will also find architects, solicitors, website development firms, accountants, computer and technology consultants, photographers, engineering services, and recruitment companies.
Entertainment And Dining Out
A number of entertainment options can be found here along with events like the Three Choirs Festival. The Guildhall, a major theatre and cinema venue, is a stone’s throw from the area while events such Gloucester International Rhythm & Blues Festival and the Gloucester International Cajun & Zydeco Festivals also take place in the vicinity. Eating out provides a variety of options to pick from. You can try Bumble Bee, which combines a friendly family atmosphere with hearty British cooking, while Prithvi is the place to go for some spicy Indian food. From contemporary Mediterranean cuisine at The Vine Leaf to seafood at Lumiere, there is something for every palate in and around Quedgeley.
Quedgeley enjoys convenient and simple road transport with reliable bus and coach networks running through the area. There is a reliable supply of taxis in Quedgeley, while Gloucester railway station offers convenient links to the National Rail network. The M5 motorway runs parallel to the town and well-connected roads mean that driving is another viable travel option.