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Linda Lloyd Products
Linda Lloyd skincare range, using ancient Eastern ingredients, reflecting the spirit of Thailand.
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The town of Cirencester, England is located in Gloucestershire and is considered to be a market town. The town is located just 150 kilometres west by northwest of the city of London, which makes the area a perfect choice for a Sunday afternoon getaway. The town is nestled comfortably on the River Churn, which is a River Thames tributary. Furthermore, Cirencester is also the largest town that is located in the Cotswold District at the foothills of the hills of the same name.
The town of Cirencester is the home of the Royal Agricultural College, which is the largest agricultural college anywhere in the English-speaking world. The Royal Agriculture College was founded in 1840. Furthermore, the town of Cirencester also features a renowned Roman artefact collection and museum, which is named after the town’s Roman name of Corinium. Their collection of Roman artefacts is extensive due to the Roman Empire having cities in the region of the Cotswolds. The earliest record of the city can be traced back as far as 150 A.D. when it was referenced by Ptolemy.
Nestled comfortably between the River Churn and the Cotswold Hills, the town features a natural drainage into the River Churn thanks to the limestone outcroppings. The River Churn actually bisects the town, of which the majority of the town can be found on the western banks of the river with the River Thames just a little further to the west of town, allowing for local residents to take a riparian picnic along the shores of the River Thames on a lazy weekend.
The town of Cirencester is then further split into 5 geographical and political regions which includes the centre of the town as well as the 4 villages which make up the outskirts of the town; including Chesterton, Stratton, Watermoor and the Beeches Estate.
The town of Cirencester is also known as being the centralised road network hub for Gloucester, which includes connections between Gloucester, Cheltenham, Warwick, Oxford, Wantage, Swindon, Chippenham, Bristol and Bath as well as Stroud.
Thanks to the number of connecting roads, the town of Cirencester has nothing less than a booming economy not only from the private sector that may be travelling through the region, but from the commercial transports which make stops in the town along their routes to London.
During the Roman Empire era, the town of Cirencester featured a Roman roadwork as well as a fort, which was situated where Fosse Way crosses over the River Churn and was considered to be an important Military point of defence in the region.