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COBERLEY PARISH PAYS TRIBUTE TO PARISHIONERS WHO SERVED IN WWI
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Evenings & Sundays added to bus service from Cirencester to Cheltenham
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Book Share back in operation!
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Welcome to Coberley Parish!

Where is Coberley?

Situated in Gloucestershire, UK, and in the heart of the Cotswolds, is the parish of Coberley. Located four miles south from the spa town of Cheltenham and ten miles north of the Roman town of Cirencester with Gloucester city centre nine miles to the west and London a mere ninety-one miles to the east.
 
With some three hundred people registered on the Electoral Roll, the parish provides over a hundred homes scattered across its five and a half square miles. 
 
Leckhampton Hill escarpment gives the parish its boundary at its northern most edge, stretching south to the River Churn and Cockleford Mill. To the west, Crickley Hill Country Park the Neolithic site and Iron Age Fort, across to Needlehole and Pinswell bordering Dowdeswell and Colesbourne to the east.



 
Coberley parish is an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty with a landscape of hills and valleys formed on limestone rock. It is a rural, mostly agricultural area with habitats including beautiful parkland, broadleaved woodland, heath, arable and ancient pasture.
 
 
Places of Interest
There are a number of places of interest within the Parish, these include:
  • Crickley Hill Country Park, the Neolithic site & Iron Age Fort
  • Seven Springs - locally thought to be the source of the River Thames
  • Barber WoodWoodland Trust
  • St Giles Church and its link with Dick Whittington
  • The Cotswold Way
  • The Gloucestershire Way
 
 
Amenities
The amenities available in Coberley Parish include: