Gloucestershire is situated at the northern edge of the south west region of Britain. It covers an area of 1,025 square miles including the largest Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty in the country. Essentially a rural county, it has been known since Roman times for farming, forestry and its association with the wool trade.
The Roman road, The Fosse Way, runs through the county north to south, taking travellers from Cirencester to Stow-on-the-Wold and Moreton-in-Marsh, whilst The Ermin Way crosses east to west from Cirencester to Ross on Wye.
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