Home is the small town of Cricklade in Wiltshire, between Swindon and Cirencester. Its been our family home since June 1986 when the youngest of our 3 children was 6 months old. From here we have raised the children and explored at least some of the world. As much as we love travelling it is always nice to return home.
Cricklade is famous for:
Its 9th Century Church St Sampsons and North Meadow which is home to most of the UK’s Snake’s Head Fritillaries. In recent years the town has made a big effort to make itself even more attractive and after several Britain in Bloom gold medals was awarded “Champion of Champions” status to give others a chance!