CHEDWORTH VILLAGE

Chedworth


The village of Chedworth is in the County of Gloucestershire, 7 miles from Cirencester, 5 miles from Northleach and eleven miles from Cheltenham. It is close to the Roman Fosse Way and is roughly 600 feet above sea level.

Chedworth is an attractive Cotswold village, with old and modern Cotswold stone houses hugging the steep sides of the valley which extends for almost 2 miles along a tributary of the River Coln.
Unlike many of the villages in the Cotswolds, Chedworth remains unspoilt and off the beaten track apart from Chedworth Roman Villa which as the crow flies is less than a mile from the nearest house, whilst by road it is approximately 4.5 miles.

Chedworth is a thriving community and has a village school, church, pub and a wide range of clubs and societies.

Below are some useful links to the village.

The Village Diary   

(Items for inclusion in the Diary should be emailed to diary@chedworth.org.uk

Chedworth now has its own Facebook page. Join us on Facebook
To subscribe & receive General Information Emails about what is going on in the village – go to Chedworth Emailing System (to subscribe & receive Parish Council Email Alerts about important emergency or critical events – see the Parish Council website below).

Church School
Tennis Club
Village Hall Chedworth Pre-school Table Tennis
Holiday Accommodation Drama Society Cricket Club
Silver Band Parish Council (new website) Parish Plan
Chedworth Oil Club (CHOC) Wells Project Chedworth Society
Horticultural Society Monthly Newsletters Chedworth Charities
Women's Institute Chedworth Singers Diggers
Chedworth Remembers Chedworth Environment Group (CHEG) Local Services
  6 to 8 Club  


GREAT WAR CENTENARY 1914-2014. This month we remember:

Private William Thomas Heyden Son of Edward and Julia Heyden of Middle Chedworth.  Died in France on 8th May 1917 aged  21 whilst serving with the 12th Bn of the Gloucesters (Service Number 21469).  His sacrifice is commemorated on the Arras Memorial and on the Stowell Church Memorial.

Frederick George Palser of the 6TH Battalion, the Gloucesters who died of wounds after being hospitalised in Rouen on 30 April, 1917, age 37. He lies buried in St Sever Cemetery, Rouen and recently remembered with a poppy cross placed by the Chedworth Remembers Project team during a visit on 8 May 2014. As ever, the grave is carefully maintained by the Commonwealth War Graves Commission.