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    Evesham Road

    Home to the National Hunt Festival, Cheltenham Racecourse is the place for horse races. Each year, over 50,000 spectators gather to marvel at the best and fastest horses and ...

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    Regent Street

    Opened in 1891 the Everyman Theatre has gone through a number of transformations and changed ownership a number of times. During World War II ...

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    Castle Street

    Lying in the beautiful Cotswolds, this castle was built in 1440 and was once the home of Katherine Parr, wife of Henry VIII; her body lies in the castle church. Sudeley also played an ...

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    Montpellier Walk

    Montpellier Gardens is a highlight on Cheltenham's landscape. Surrounded by historic buildings, this verdant space houses an arboretum of beautiful and unique flora. Its ...

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    Castle Street

    The well-preserved Sudeley Castle Gardens is something you should not miss when visiting the Sudeley Castle . The extensive gardens are pretty ancient whose ...

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    Off A40, Withington

    Upcote Farm plays host to many kinds of events from around the city from concerts, fairs to local festivals and community events.

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    East Approach Drive

    Cheltenham rose to fame as a spa town, after it was visited by King George III and Queen Charlotte when mineral waters were discovered at this site. After a few ...

  • The Students' Union in the University of Gloucestreshire is very active and very popular. Housed in four different centers in the University itself, the union conducts most of its ...

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    Shelburne Road

    The Bacon Theatre attracts many theater lovers where you can enjoy concerts, opera shows, musicals, theatricals and a hoard of other cultural events ...

  • Before the televisions and radios stole the show, there were quaint little self-playing machines that rang with popular music of the time. Keith Harding's ...