The village of Uley has a rich history, as evidenced by its many Neolithic and Roman remains and the legacy of a once-thriving woollen industry.

Situated about three miles from the small market town of Dursley, Uley straddles the B4066 up along the valley towards Stroud, some seven miles away.

The area is a lure for walkers, cyclists and gentle strollers – even glider pilots – alike who enjoy the scenery of this beautiful escarpment. Visitors receive a warm welcome and there are numerous B&Bs, hotels and restaurants nearby. It’s a peaceful hub for many Cotswold attractions and towns and cities such as Bath, Bristol, Cheltenham and Gloucester.

Uley itself is a thriving community with a popular primary school, churches and village hall, a busy pub and a celebrated arts centre with its own café. It even has its own brewery. There are many clubs and societies which retain the village as an enduringly enjoyable, sociable and happy place to live and to visit.