Prestbury, Gloucestershire

Prestbury, Gloucestershire

Prestbury, Gloucestershire

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Prestbury is a medium sized village near the edge of the Cotswolds. It is on the outskirts of the larger town, Cheltenham, and forms part of the borough of Cheltenham, despite retaining its own parish council as a civil parish. It is part of the Tewkesbury parliamentary constituency, represented by Laurence Robertson MP of the Conservative Party. It gives residents and visitors alike the opportunity to go to a more urban centre of shopping and recreation, or enjoy the surrounding countryside.

The village is famous for being the most haunted in England, including the Headless Horseman who rides down The Burgage, and The White Lady, the Black Abbot who roam the local churchyard, and a ghostly cavalier being the most frequently seen. Others include a whole funeral procession and even a troop of ghostly soldiers, as well as several poterguists.


The village has several shops including the Prestbury Village Stores, and the Burgage Stores. There is a doctor's surgery, a post office, and a public library with internet access and DVDs for hire. There is a Carvery called the Kings Arms, which used to be the village's main pub. It was here that Fred Archer grew up, as his father was a landlord of the pub. There are three other pubs in Prestbury; the Plough, the Beehive and the Royal Oak. There are also two hairdressers and a bank, as well as a pharmacy and a butcher.

Prestbury Racecourse

The village is also home to Prestbury Park, the......
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