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Cirencester Autumn Festival


Event Date(s)

20/10/2018 - 21/10/2018 - 2 day(s)

Information For Trader/Participants

We return to Cirencester for a second visit in 2018 with an Autumn Festival, once again in the centre of town on the historic market place. Food, music, beer and cider festival together with some special seasonal activities and entertainments all contribute this Autumnal celebration.

Local business and community focused groups are welcome to contact us with a view to taking part.


Please submit your booking with a full description of your products - photos may be requested.

Information For Visitors

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Interesting Facts About The Venue

At the end of the 18th century Cirencester was a thriving market town, at the centre of a network of turnpike roads with easy access to markets for its produce of grain and wool. A local grammar school provided education for those who could afford it, and businesses thrived in the town, which was the major urban centre for the surrounding area.

In 1789 the opening of a branch of the Thames and Severn Canal provided access to markets further afield, by way of a link through the River Thames. In 1841 a branch railway line was opened to Kemble to provide a link to the Great Western Railway at Swindon. The Midland and South Western Junction Railway opened a station at Watermoor in 1883. Cirencester thus was served by two railway lines until the 1960s

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