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Barclay Court


Trafalgar Road, Cirencester, Gloucestershire
 

Barclay Court is on the corner of Spitalgate Lane and Trafalgar Road and was built by Fletcher Sheltered Homes in 1989. It consists of 89 apartments set back from the road and within walking distance of the town centre.

Cirencester was still an administrative centre when the Saxons came in 577 according to the Anglo-Saxon chronicle. They could have approached the former Roman City town along one of the three roads which meet here - either Akeman Street, The Fosse Way or Ermine Street.

In the middle ages the town became very prosperous with the wool trade and its success at this time has left many beautiful 17th and 18th century buildings as well as the imposing Church of St John the Baptist in the market square. Today Cirencester still retains its status as the leading market town in the Cotswolds with an abundance of good shops and now a Waitrose and a Tesco supermarket. Nearby are excellent golf courses, leisure centres and Parkland.

Facilities include a resident manager and emergency alarm system, communal lounge, guest facilities, laundry and garden. Parking is available to the front of the development.

Access: Cirencester is well placed for access to the motorway network in the west of the country. It is about 19 miles from Cheltenham and 17 miles from Swindon. Fast trains to London (Paddington) from Kemble station, about five miles away, take about an hour and a half.
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Barclay Court
Cirencester
Gloucestershire
GL7 2EN
North British Housing Association Ltd
[Resident]
Retirement
Apartment
1 1 Bedroom £0
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