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The local area guide to living in Cheltenham

The beautiful spa town and borough of Cheltenham lies at the edge of England’s beautiful, beloved Cotswolds and has been famed since the 18th century for its rejuvenating mineral springs. Their discovery in 1716 gave Cheltenham its spa town status, which initiated its popularity as a holiday getaway for wealthy English families of the time, this fashionable renown was firmly secured by a visit from the Royals in 1788. Its reputation only further increased with the opening of a racecourse in the 19th century. Today, the Cheltenham racecourse attracts thousands to the lovely spa town, with popularity peaking every March, during the Cheltenham Festival.

It is worth being aware that due to the River Chelt running beneath and through the town, flooding can sometimes be caused. Around 800 properties are in flood risk zones, but the town has received over £20 million in flood alleviation funding in the past few years.

Information about the local residents

Cheltenham borough had a population of 116,495 as of 2014 estimates, consisting predominantly of white British inhabitants. The town has a low unemployment rate, only 2.7%, compared with the national average of 7.9%.

The average income of Cheltenham’s residents is £25,200 per annum, which is above the national average. However, despite Cheltenham’s many affluent residential areas such as Hatherly, the Park, and Charlton Kings, a few areas such as Whaddon, St Paul’s, St Mark’s, and Springbank are among the top 10 most deprived areas in the UK.

Nearby schools

Cheltenham’s schools are some of the best performing in all of England. There are many state primary schools, seven state secondary schools and four independent schools, granting Cheltenham’s families many education options. Most of the town’s schools perform in the top half of national league tables.

Ofsted reports identify Cheltenham’s best performing primary schools as Leckhampton C of E Primary, Warden Hill Primary School and Holy Apostle’s C of E Primary.

Among the town’s independent schools are the prestigious Cheltenham Ladies’ College, the 22nd best independent school in the country. Pate’s Grammar School was the 6th best state secondary school in the 2011 league tables, while three more of Cheltemham’s schools made it in the top 500.

Cheltenham also offers several further education institutions and is the home of Gloucestershire University’s Park Campus.

Getting around

Cheltenham Spa is the town’s main station and grants excellent rail network access. The station is on the Bristol to Birmingham line and offers around 8 to 12 train services every hour (though fewer on Sundays). London Paddington can be reached in just over 2 hours, with Bristol Temple Meads and Birmingham New Street just about 40 minutes away.

A number of local bus services make traveling within the town easy. A park and ride scheme enables commuters to avoid congestion by parking at the racecourse and taking a Stagecoach service into central Cheltenham.

Local shops

Cheltenham’s shopping facilities are excellent, particularly on the High Street and in Regent Arcade, the major shopping centre in central Cheltenham. The Arcade has ample parking space and a wide variety of independent shops and major high street retailers including Mothercare, BHS and the Body Shop. Beechwood Shopping Centre is a smaller shopping area along the High Street.

Shopping options are even further expanded outside of the centre and within easy strolling distance. Montpellier and Suffolks boasts a beautiful continental style shopping area with a range of small, independent boutiques, wine bars and eateries.

Slightly further out of town is the Promenade shopping area, a popular retail therapy haven for Cheltenham’s affluent with a number of designer shops. The Brewery is also just outside of town and is a much larger venue operating as both a leisure park and shopping centre.

Whilst every effort has been taken to ensure the above information is up to date, some inaccuracies may occur. If you notice any inaccuracies please contact

All information was correct at time of publication and is provided in good faith.