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Places to Eat

The Bell at Sapperton – Sapperton, Cirencester GL7 6LE  Phone: 01285 760298

The Bell at Sapperton is an independently owned beautiful country pub. Multi award winning and particularly known throughout the region for its food.

Quietly stylish, fantastic food and very reasonable prices. Log fires, pretty garden, quiet village .

Mrs Massey’s Diner  5-7, Frampton Industrial Estate, Bridge Rd, Frampton on Severn, Gloucester GL2 7HE

beautiful breakfasts • lovely lunches • tantalizing teas. Unlicenced but you can take your own alcohol and they dont charge corkage. 

Rather tricky to find as its situated at Shipton Mill in the Frampton Industrail Estate, Cafe dog friendly, right beside the canal so ideal for walks.

The building was formely used by the Cadbury’s factory workers as a changing room, quirky, light and airy, delicious food and excellent coffee and cakes, very relaxed. Not expensive .

The Bell at Selsley – Bell Lane, Selsley, Stroud Gloucestershire GL5 5JY  Phone: 01453 753801

Fantastic food, moderately priced, outside seating with views across the Stroud Valley. 16th century Grade II Listed Inn

Mike and Mark

The Salmon at Wanswell – Wanswell, Berkeley GL13 9SE Phone01453 511194

Excellent value with a high quality of food and excellent service. As they cook all the food to order, it’s not a rush job but worth waiting for.

Russ and Gill

Leaf & Ground Dursley Rd, Dursley GL11 6PP Phone: 01453 393007

We are so lucky to have the new Leaf and Ground facility that opened last autumn near our village. To live in such a beautiful community is only marred by the absence of a shop or pub. 

Leaf and Ground provides not only superb groceries in the Deli but a beautiful array of healthy and vibrant plants in the garden shop. And then there is the café. What a wonderful amenity for villagers to meet, mums to meet after the school run, book groups to convene and debate the latest good read, a place to take visitors for a snack or delicious lunch. Nothing precious here – boots and dogs very welcome. 

Walkers and dog lovers have really taken to the network of paths through the grounds for glimpses of the marvellous views across the river and beyond. 

On a clear day the spire of Gloucester cathedral can he seen framed on a direct axis with the buildings.  Now that spring is nearly here the children’s playground will be increasingly enjoyed and the allotments will start to be tilled and cultivated. But all this is of course dependant in the short term on the enemy virus. Let’s look to the future for happier and healthier times

John Pinch