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Daniel Bingham

Bingham Celebrations Venues

The events that together form the Bingham Celebrations take place in a number of Cirencester venues. Details for each of these, including post codes for SatNav users, are given below.

Bingham House

Bingham House is at 1 Dyer Street, Cirencester, Gloucestershire GL7 2PP.
It is at the bottom of the Market Place, next to The Fleece Hotel and opposite The Bear public house

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Bingham Gallery

The Bingham Gallery is in Bingham House - see above.

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Bingham Hall

The Bingham Hall is in King Street, Cirencester, Gloucestershire GL7 2JT.

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Bingham Library

The Bingham Library is in The Waterloo, Cirencester Gloucestershire GL7 2PZ.
Pay and display parking is available in the nearby Waterloo Car Park (GL7 2PY).

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Market Place

The Market Place is in the centre of Cirencester (GL7 2NX). If you are walking from one of the town centre car parks just look for the church tower.

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Parish Church

The Parish Church is in the Market Place in Cirencester (GL7 2NX); just look for the church tower!

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Abbey Grounds

The Abbey Grounds park is adjacent to the Parish Church.
On foot: walk from the Market Place, round the church tower and into the Abbey Grounds.
By car: the pay and display car parks on Dugdale Road (GL7 2DA) and The Waterloo (GL7 2PY) are both adjacent to the Abbey Grounds

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Octavia's Bookshop

Octavia's Bookshop is at 24 Black Jack Street, Cirencester GL7 2AA.

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Cirencester

Cirencester - the Capital of the Cotswolds - is a market town in Gloucestershire. It is equidistant from Gloucester, Cheltenham and Swindon. As the Roman town of Corinium it was second only to London in size. In the Middle Ages Cirencester was an important 'wool' town. Today it offers services and attractions for residents and visitors alike. For more information about the town see the Cirencester Town Council website.

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