Leigh Village

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This section useful information for visitors to the Leigh, with links to nearby towns and tourist facilities.

In the village:

The Chancel  The remote remains of the original All Saints are still used for occasional services… as seen on Poldark!

All Saints Church  The main place of worship and community building.

Blakehill  A World War II airbase has been transformed into one of the county’s most treasured nature reserves.

Waterhay  A nature reserve on the edge of the Cotswold Water Park.

A short drive away:

Cotswold Water Park  One of the area’s largest tourist complexes - a hub for twitchers, lazy weekenders and adventurous holidaymakers alike.

Ashton Keynes  Leigh’s nearest neighbour. A place well publicised for it’s biscuit-tin appearance.

Cricklade  The nearest town to Leigh. Well known for it’s Britain in Bloom accolades, and for being the first town on the Thames.

Royal Wootton Bassett  A quiet town whose residents are committed to supporting and remembering the armed forces.

Cirencester  The Capital of the Cotswolds - This Roman town offers scores of unique shops and many historic buildings.

Malmesbury  England’s oldest borough - a small hilltop town with picturesque views on every corner.

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