Featured Cirencester Shops
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Cirencester Christmas Arts and Crafts Trail
The 6th Cirencester Christmas Arts and Crafts Trail takes place on Thursday 28th November 2013 between 6pm and 9pm. Among those taking part are m.a.d.e.
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Welcome to the Cirencester Shopping website, your no-nonsense guide to the unique shopping experience Cirencester has to offer.
We launched this website at the end of 2010 after chatting with a business owner in the town about the lack of promotion surrounding shopping in Cirencester. The site was up and running within a couple of days and was joined by a handful of "early adopters" who were keen to benefit from the exposure a Cirencester Shopping website could give their businesses. Since then many more shops, restaurants and accommodation providers have joined.
If you run a shop in Cirencester and you're interested in being a part of the Cirencester Shopping website, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
As a Cirencester shop owner you could offer discounts to shoppers quoting a discount code, promote special offers and events or simply tell shoppers about new ranges and products you have in your shop. You can have a page on this site from just £99 + VAT, less than about £1.90 + VAT per week! Where else can you get this kind of exposure for such a great price?
Jesse Smith in Cirencester is the place to go for your Sunday joint, delicious sausages and yummy cheeses. And while you're in Black Jack Street stop by Lick The Spoon for a warming coffee or other hot drink (And get your freshly ground coffee from Keith's of course).
In Swan Yard is the Decimal skate shop, a traditional sweet shop and Swan Yard Cafe.
The redeveloped Corn Hall area is full of shops and well worth a visit is Sue Parkinson, Oeno wine and Made By Bob. Also in the development is the Corn Hall itself which hosts regular craft fairs, food markets and the like. And just up the road you will find Jones Bootmakers who have opened in the premises vacated by Jessops.
Ride 24/7 in The Woolmarket is an excellent independent bike shop full of lovely bikes and accessories. And it's not only the range of bikes that will impress - the personal service and expert advice is second to none.
Art lovers can spend time looking around Cirencester art galleries and craft outlets. New Brewery Arts and Wetpaint Gallery are among Cirencester's offerings.
Apple fans were treated to the opening of an Apple store (Western Computers) at the end of November 2012. So pop along to the Cricklade Street shop to get your Apple fix!
We will soon have details of car parking facilities and where to grab a bite to eat while you are on your shopping expedition. In fact, if you want any information about shopping in Cirencester, CirencesterShopping.co.uk is where you will find it.
So whether you are looking for boutiques in Cirencester, art in Cirencester, a gentleman's outfitter in Cirencester or mountain bikes in Cirencester, Cirencester Shopping is here to help!
Cirencester, known as "the capital of the Cotswolds", lies to the east of the county of Gloucestershire within the Cotswolds Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
With a population of circa 19,000 (according to census figures), Cirencester is split into five main areas: the town centre, the suburbs of Chesterton, Stratton, Watermoor and The Beeches. The village of Siddington to the south-west of the Cirencester is now almost connected to Watermoor.
Although there is no railway staion in Cirencester (the nearest train station is at Kemble, a few miles away), Cirencester is easily accessible by road as it is the hub of a significant road network with routes to Gloucester and the M5 motorway (A417), Cheltenham (A435), Warwick (A429), Oxford (A40 via the B4425 road), Wantage (A417), Swindon and the M4 (A419), Chippenham (A429), Bristol, Bath (A433), and Stroud (A419).
The Cotswolds is an extremely popular destination for tourists, both domestic and overseas, with many towns and villages featuring on the "to do" lists of visitors to the area.
The towns and villages of Bibury, Burford, Cheltenham, Bourton on the Water, Stow on the Wold and Moreton in Marsh are all within easy reach of Cirencester.