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Next Council meeting Monday 5th December
The Cotswold village of Poulton in Gloucestershire is situated mid way between Cirencester and Fairford on the A417 London road. The village is mentioned in the Doomsday Book under the record of Poltone in Wiltshire. It remained a Wiltshire island encircled by Gloucestershire for almost 1000 years until 1844 when it was finally designated by Parliament as part of Gloucestershire.
Poulton boasts some magnificent architecture with both the old school and the church being designed by William Butterfield, one of the most eminent Victorian architects.
Poulton today is a thriving community with amenities that include a Church, Village Shop and Post Office, Inn and Village Hall. There are sporting teams for football and cricket and activities including a Toddler Group, Youth Club, Women’s Institute and Rural Cinema.
This website has been designed with the intention to promote local businesses and to provide what we hope will be a valuable source of information to all residents and visitors to the village.