Guiting Power

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Guiting Power is a small Gloucestershire village in the Cotswolds, England.


It is situated on the slopes above a small valley (formed by a tributary of the River Windrush). There was a late Anglo-Saxon settlement on this site, when it was called Gyting Broc. The village is near Cheltenham and the parish church is located at Ordnance Survey grid reference SP 096246.

Facilities and features

The village is unusual for its size in having a Post Office, a village hall, a children's nursery, a bakery, village shop and two public houses. Nearby are the excavated foundations of the original Anglo-Saxon church and a large kerbed round barrow shown as tumulus on ordnance survey mapping. To a large extent, the village owes its preservation to the Guiting Manor Amenity Trust, founded by Raymond Cochrane in the early 1970s.

The Wardens' Way passes through the village, on its route from Bourton-on-the-Water to Winchcombe, passing close by the church. It joins the Oxfordshire Way to the Cotswold Way and can be combined with the Windrush Way to make a circular route. It passes through the Cotswold villages of Guiting Power, Naunton, Lower Slaughter and Upper Slaughter.

There is a wetland nature reserve, where a rich flora and fauna thrive.

The parish church of St Michael and All Angels is situated on the south edge of the village. It is of Norman origin, with a later Victorian transept. The north and south doorways were preserved in the renovations at...
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