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Former Police station in Andoversford
Grid reference: SP024196
Location: 51°52’30"N, 1°57’56"W
Population: 555  (2011)
Post town: Cheltenham
Postcode: GL54
Local Government
Council: Cotswold
The Cotswolds

Andoversford is a village in Gloucestershire, about six miles east of Cheltenham. The parish had a population of 555 at the 2011 census.

The village runs parallel to the A40 and is on the River Coln. Amenities include a post office, two community or village halls, a primary school, a local shop and pubs called the Royal Oak, the Kilkeney Inn, with The Frogmill Inn only a mile away too. The disused animal stock market has been developed into a small housing estate.


The village has goodly range of local businesses for such a small place, and several meeting areas; pubs, schools, church, social club, and the playground.

Annual events include point to point events on the point to point course, village fetes, social evenings, quizzes, live music to name a few. These are organised by a group of local residents who formed the Andoversford Social Events Committee. The village also supports a football team, a cricket team, majorettes and has Cubs and Scout groups.

Andoversford is positioned close to four golf courses - Shipton Golf Course, Naunton Downs Golf Club, Cotswold Hills Golf Club and Lillybrook Golf Club.

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