Tetbury Upton

Tetbury Upton

Tetbury Upton is a Civil Parish in the Cotswolds area of Gloucestershire. [ [http://www.visionofbritain.org.uk/unit_page.jsp?u_id=10392986 Profile of Tetbury Upton, Glouscesterhsire] ] Tetbury is situated on the B4014 immediately north of the town of Tetbury. The parish was established in 1894; by 1901 Tetbury Upton's total population reached 905, but in the year 1971 the population had declined to 424.

Historic buildings and cultural attractions

Upton House is a neo-Classical country house dated about 1750, whose design is usually attributed to William Halfpenny, of Bristol.

Approximately 1.5 miles to the southwest is the partially ruined historic Beverstone Castle and approimately 2.5 miles to the southwest is Calcot Manor, which has a restored medieval tithe barn and where some significant Roman relics have been found. [ [http://www.luminatechnologies.org/luminaaw2.html C. Michael Hogan and Amy Gregory, "History and Architecture of Calcot Manor", Lumina Technologies, prepared for Calcot Manor, July 5, 2006] ] ["Roman bas-relief from Calcot Farm", Samuel Hieronymous Grimm, British Library, 184x245 mm ink wash drawing, shelf mark MS 15540, f.108, c 1790]

ee also

*Beverstone Castle
*Calcot Manor
*Tetbury

References

External links

* [http://www.tetbury-uptonpc.org.uk/ Tetbury Upton]


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