We are developing a series of self-guided walks around Cheltenham using the mobile phone App Pocket Sights.
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Historic Public Gardens of Cheltenham
This walk explores the historic public gardens of Cheltenham which are a legacy of the town’s popularity as a fashionable Georgian spa. A key part of the 19th-century spa experience was to be seen “promenading” and the central gardens were built in close proximity to the newly developed spas to facilitate this. Continue reading on the Pocket Sights website
This walk is provided by Cheltenham Local History Society and was created by Jill Waller and Andrea Creedon. It is best viewed on the mobile App PocketSights.
A Walk on the South Side – from Cheltenham to The Suffolks
This walk explores The Suffolks, one of the early southern suburbs of Regency Cheltenham. Built around a handsome square, the area takes its name from the Earl of Suffolk, who owned much of the land until the 1820s. Continue reading on the Pocket Sights website
This is a co-production of Cheltenham Connect and Cheltenham Local History Society, created by Stuart Manton and Andrea Creedon. It is best viewed on the mobile App PocketSights.