Zoom Events in Gloucestershire
Ancient Market Place
30 Jul - 31 Jul
Cirencester FreeWheelin FEASTival 2022
Street foods, bars of distinction, alfresco dining, live music, children’s entertainment, select grocery food & craft all served up with big helpings of humour, colour and character.
An exciting fun filled weekend for the whole family.
Saturday 9.00am – 5.00pm
Sunday 10.00am – 5.00pm
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Market Square Group
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.
Places to visit include:
Corinium Museum, the Parish Church of St John Baptist, Cirencester Park and Cerney House Gardens.
Advertised times may be subject to change at short notice.
Town-Live events are generally 7:00-9:00pm & 7:30-9:30 during the summer.
Ticket cancellations are non refundable.
Images are representative of previous Zoom Events.
Location & Parking
Ancient Market Place
None at present
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Arts and Crafts
Handmade natural Baltic amber jewellery plus amber & silver decorated glass.
Thainese Street Food
Thai and Chinese street food including dishes such as Thai green curry, black bean, sweet & sour, kung po and spring rolls.
Yaran Active Company
Olives, Turkish delight, baklava and cashew.
Handcrafted, gourmet doughnuts. Their yeast raised doughnuts are made from scratch, using a sour dough recipe requiring long fermentation, which gives the product extra flavour. They are light and fluffy plus free of any artificial flavours, colours or preservatives.
Granny Sally’s Fudge
A wide variety of old English fudge from bars to custom made jars. A huge range of flavours including classic vanilla, rum & raisin, chocolate, rocky road and many more.
Chock Shop Gloucestershire
Chockshop are artisan producers of the largest selection of chocolate brownies in the UK, all homemade and decorated. They have over 20 different varieties and these can be served with their delicious warm chocolate sauce.
Famous Last Stand
A great selection of beer, ale, lager, cider, prosecco, wine and gin.
Espresso, specialist coffee and tea. Homemade cakes/slices/sausage rolls and cold drinks.
Snow White Catering
Fresh whippy ice cream and a selection of iced lollies.
Gloucestershire Wildlife Trust (South West Wildlife Fundraising Ltd)
Raising awareness about the work and local nature reserves of the Dorset Wildlife Trust. We aim to educate members of public about the nature and wildlife on their doorsteps. We also endeavour to sign any interested individuals up as members to the Trust. Institute of Fundraising registered.
At Butternut Box, we believe that dogs deserve better. That’s why we’re putting the food back into dog food. We make freshly prepared dog food – cooked like you would at home and delivered in perfect portions.