Grace Hadow OBE 1875-1940 lived here 1907-1917. Women's suffrage campaigner, author, academic and Vice Chairman National Federation of Women's Institutes

25 Sheep Street, Cirencester, United Kingdom

The Barracks Built 1857. A depot and armoury for the Royal North Gloucestershire Militia (later 4th Battalion, Gloucestershire Regiment) and for the Cirencester Squadron, Royal Gloucestershire Hussars. Headquarters of Cirencester Home Guard during World War II

Cecily Hall, Cirencester, United Kingdom

"A Celebration of Hands" Representing Craftworkers in residence. Designed and carved by Rory Young of this town, to mark the Opening of New Brewery Arts Centre Funded by Cirencester Civic Society 2008

Brewery Court, Cirencester, United Kingdom

King's Head Hotel Built 1860. Designed by Medland & Maberley, incorporating the inn of the same name, many centuries older A departure point for stage-coaches until the railway age

Market Place, Cirencester, United Kingdom

17th Century, refronted in 18th Mishearing a suggestion by Earl Bathurst, in the 1920s, that the house should be named after the Gunstool Brook, which flows at the rear, his tenant called it Dunstall House which has endured.

Park Street, Cirencester, United Kingdom

23 Castle Street 18th century. Childhood home of Kennet John Beecham (1848-1922) historian of Cirencester and architect. The Friendly Society was established in 1890

23 Castle Street, Cirencester, United Kingdom

Abberley House & Corinium Museum Built by John Cripps as a town house C.1765. Later used by the YMCA. Purchased in 1936 by the Bathurst and Cripps families and given to Cirencester Urban District Council to house the Corinium Museum, removed from Tetbury Road. In 1938 a purpose-built single-storey museum building was opened in the garden at the rear to house the Bathurst and Cripps collections of local antiquities.

Corinium Museum, Castle Street, Cirencester, United Kingdom

14 Castle Street Built 1720 for a rich wool-stapler this Palladian building later housed the first bank in Cirencester Pitt, Bowly and Croome

14 Castle Street, Cirencester, United Kingdom

Open Air Swimming Pool. Built in 1869, this is one of the oldest public open air swimming pools in the country. using natural spring water, the pool has been heated since 1931. The pool is now a charity, run by volunteers since 1973

Cirencester Open Air Swimming Pool, The Mead, Cirencester, United Kingdom