Tag Archives: Gloucestershire

Quedgeley

[amazon_carousel widget_type=”SearchAndAdd” width=”600″ height=”200″ title=”” market_place=”GB” shuffle_products=”False” show_border=”False” keywords=”Quedgeley” browse_node=”” search_index=”Books” /] Quedgeley is a suburban town 3.5 miles (5.6 km) southwest of the city of Gloucester, England. The hamlet of Woolstrop makes up the western part of Quedgeley, and the eastern part of the town is Kingsway Village. The former civil parish of Quedgeley […]

Cirencester, Woolgatherers

Historic building in Cirencester. House with attached warehouse fronting Thomas Street. Mid/late C17 and early C18. Coursed squared limestone with ashlar dressings. Main range facing Coxwell Street has stone slate roof hipped to left; stone ridge stack and two external stone stacks to rear. Warehouse block to right of main range, gable facing, has stone […]

Cirencester, Coxwell St, 51

Historic building in Cirencester. House, now divided into flats. Late C17/early C18. Coursed squared limestone with ashlar dressings and coursed rubble to side.

Cirencester, Old Barracks

Historic building in Cirencester. Former armoury, now offices and storage. 1857. Rock faced snecked limestone with vermiculated dressings; roofing felt on flat roof. 10 stone ridge and corbelled-out lateral stacks with moulded stone caps. Building is large mock castle which breaks forward as square and round towers to left and right; 3-storey square tower with […]

Cirencester, Castle St, Lloyds Bank

Historic building in Cirencester. Bank. c1780 with C19 and C20 additions and alterations. Limestone ashlar, stucco to left side and to right side of C19 rear ranges; Welsh slate hipped parapeted roof; ashlar right-end stack with moulded top, similar smaller stack to right side of rear range.

Cirencester, Hospital of St John

Historic building in Cirencester. Surviving portion of arcade of hall of Hospital of St John. Founded by Henry II in 1133; existing building late C12 with later alterations, much restored C20. Coursed limestone rubble with limestone dressings; stone slate roof. 4-bay Transitional arcade with 4 broad pointed double-chamfered arches to front and rear on squat […]

Cirencester, Church of St John the Baptist

Historic building in Cirencester. Chancel c1115, enlarged c1180 and 1240 with early C14 and early C15 alterations; St Catherine’s Chapel originally C12 north chancel aisle altered and enlarged mid C15 and early/mid C16; Lady Chapel c1240, rebuilt mid C15; Chapel of St John the Baptist originally C12 south chancel aisle altered and enlarged mid C14; […]

Cirencester, Spital Gate

Historic building in Cirencester. Gatehouse to former Abbey and attached cottage. Late C12 and late C17, restored C19. Coursed squared limestone rubble; stone slate roofs; stone left- and right-end stacks to gatehouse, to right shared with attached cottage.  

Fairford, Bull Hotel

Fairford, Park Farm dovecote