Welcome to Chalford Hill

The Gloucestershire Parish of Chalford covers two square miles of some of the most beautiful countryside in the whole range of the Cotswolds. It lies four miles south-east of Stroud on the north side of the River Frome, eight miles west of Cirencester, and in and above the Golden Valley.

In this part of Gloucestershire the Cotswolds are cut by deep gorge-like valleys opening out westward into the Severn plain, and having characteristics strikingly different from the shallower combes watered by Cotswold streams feeding the Thames. At Chalford the valleys are Alpine in character, deep, narrow and well wooded.

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Scarecrow Trail 12 - 21 April

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BBC l wants local homeowners

BBC One are looking for people who live in interesting homes in Chalford Hill and the surrounding areas and would be happy to try a home swap holiday for a new TV series.
Do you live in an interesting home you’d be happy to swap with someone elsewhere in the UK for a short break?

For an application form please email with your contact details

Click here for details


Family History

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Looking for information relating to Chalford Hill / France Lynch from 18th / 19th Century to help with an enquiry received from the United States about a Thomas Davis who lived in the village around that time then emigrated. It is believed he had connections to Thomas Jones a pastor at "Independent Church," or "France Chapel." 

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Discover our Village

Follow our Treasure Hunt and discover more about Chalford Hill

> Adult version - PDF
Children's version - PDF

Click the links below to download the answers

> Answers for adult version - PDF
> Answers for children's version - PDF

Devised by Ella Bracewell and Amy Watson

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