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Village pond at Apperley - - 643370.jpg
the village pond
Location: 51°57’0"N, 2°12’0"W
Post town: Gloucester
Postcode: GL19
Dialling code: 01452
Local Government
Council: Twekesbury

Apperley is a small village in Gloucestershire. It forms part of the parish of its smaller and more famous neighbour, Deerhurst. Apperley is two miles south-east of the Worcestershire border, seven miles to the north-west of Gloucester, 21 miles to the south of Worcester and four miles to the south-west of Tewkesbury.

The village has a thriving cricket club that reached the final of the National Village Cricket Championship in 1998.[1] The England cricketer Alfred Dipper was born in the village.[2]


  1. Llewellyn, David (1998-08-31). "CRICKET: Village prayer fails to deliver". The Independent. Retrieved 2008-06-11. 
  2. "Alfred Dipper". Cricket Web. Archived from the original on 24 July 2008. Retrieved 2008-06-11. 

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