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Visiting the Area Around Hartpury

Hartpury University is situated on a rural campus, a 10-minute drive from the city centre of Gloucester, England, United Kingdom.

Hartpury University neighbours Hartpury village, in an idyllic location. From Hartpury one can access within a 20-minute drive the geological feature of the Malvern Hills, the regency period town of Cheltenham (20 minutes) or ancient Roman city Gloucester (Gelvum), the Forest of Dean, and the medieval town of Tewkesbury.

Hartpury Campus Aerial By Hartpury University and Hartpury College

Hartpury Campus Aerial By Hartpury University and Hartpury College

The area is filled with history, public footpaths (inc. national connections), nature areas, national trust properties, parks, and on the edge of three protected areas of outstanding natural beauty (ANOB). Be advised, while some public transport, easiest access may be by car.

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Top attractions close to the conference venue at Hartpury University include:

Edinburgh Castle

Malvern Hills and Commons


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If you're looking for exhilarating climbs with fantastic views or a gentle stroll through colourful wildflower meadows, the Malvern Hills and Commons has it all.   - Malvern Hills Trust

Edinburgh Castle



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Visit Tewkesbury Abbey to experience its magnificent architecture and heritage. If you interested in learning more about Tewkesbury, then start with an introduction to the town at Tewkesbury Heritage Centre or visit the John Moore Museum and Town Museum. Enjoy the outdoors with a boat trip or explore the Severn Ham and Tewkesbury Nature Reserve - Visit Tewkewbury

Edinburgh Castle



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Owned by the Coventry family since the 16th century, Croome has a fascinating history. The Coventrys used their wealth – from successes as statesmen and lawyers, colonial connections and advantageous marriages – to create this magnificent place. - National Trust Croome

Edinburgh Castle



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WWT Slimbridge is a wetland reserve situated close to Slimbridge village near to Dursley, Gloucestershire. It was the first Wildfowl and Wetlands Trust (WWT) to be opened, on the 10th of November 1946, due to the vision of Sir Peter Scott. - A Guide to Wildfowl & Photography at Slimbridge Wetland Centre

Click here to visit Slimbridge's website

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