Cirencester Antiques Centre

We have a small range of our items for sale at cabinet C15 on the ground floor at Cirencester Antiques Centre. This is located in the market place in the centre of town just along from the famous church.

Cirencester is know as the gateway to the Cotswolds and there is much to do in and around the town; there is even the site of a Roman amphitheatre, so it is easy to make a day out of a visit. Click here for the visitor website.

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Cirencester Antiques Centre

From Tuesday 3rd October 2017 we will have a small selection of stock available from cabinet C15 on the ground floor of Cirencester Antiques Centre.

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You can find the antiques centre in the marketplace right in the centre of the town. There is limited parking in the market place, but there are other public car parks within a 3-5 minute walk. Cirencester is one of the jewels of the Cotswold region and there is a lot to do in and around this historic town.

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