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LECKHAMPTON HILL

With its breath-taking views over Cheltenham, Leckhampton Hill is popular with local residents. Whether you are a keen walker or just like to enjoy the view, Leckhampton hill offers you a great opportunity to relax.

DEVIL'S CHIMNEY

A popular landmark of Leckhampton Hill, Devil's Chimney has stirred many fiery discussions about its origin. Whether it's just a quarrymen's joke or it has risen from hell, it's a good destination for a Sunday walk.

COTSWOLD WAY

The Cotswolds is the largest of the Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty The Cotswold Way, which passes through Leckhampton Hill, is an attractive trail that offers beautiful rural surroundings.

PAWS IN THE PARK

Since 2004 Paws in the Park traditionally offer a great family day out for local residents. Every August in Burrows Playing Field you can watch dogs of all breeds competing for various prizes.

ST. PETER'S CHURCH

The oldest church in Leckhampton dates back to the 14th century. With its slender steeple, it stands in the heart of the old Leckhampton village. Memorial to Edward Wilson can be found in the grounds.

LECKHAMPTON COURT

Leckhampton Court is one of the oldest country houses in Gloucestershire. It was build in the early 14th century by John Giffard. Today Leckhampton Court serves as a Sue Ryder Care Centre.

BATH ROAD SHOPPING

Bath Road offers numerous independent shops - boutiques, gift shops and many other specialist shops. With its countless cafes, restaurants and takeaways it is at the heart of the community.

CHELTENHAM COLLEGE

This world famous Victorian public school still ranks among the best in the country. It's magnificent 19th century buildings featured in Lindsay Anderson's film If.

 

 

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