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The local area guide to living in Dymock

Located in the Forest of Dean district in Gloucestershire, Dymock is a pastoral village known for its Stinking Bishop cheese, Dymock Red cider apples, and band of Dymock poets.

According to a Forest of Dean District Landscape Character Assessment in 2002, Dymock offers soft, fertile soil and gentle, rolling landscapes. These are suitable for pastoral and arable farming, and there are established hedgerows as well as eleven listed buildings within its conservation area which are of interest to architecture buffs. Dymock is famed for its daffodils, drawing visitors to the region for country walks to admire the blooms. Its gentle landscapes inspired the Dymock poets, who lived in the community before the First World War. The local St. Mary’s church is a well-preserved example of 11th century architecture, and the local Parish Hall and public house ‘The Beauchamp Arms’ provide space for the community to gather. Social activities in Dymock include a Women’s Institute, Horticultural Society and Toddler Group, amongst others.

Information about the local residents

Part of the Bromesberrow and Dymock electoral ward, Dymock is a growing village with a strong community spirit revolving around the village green and public house. The total population of the ward was 1,901 in 2011, but the actual population of the village is roughly 350. The top occupations listed by residents of the ward include skilled trades, professional, and managers, directors, or senior officials. Over 91% of residents were born in England, with other top places of birth including Wales, Scotland, Australia, South Africa, and the United States. English is spoken by the majority of residents in the ward.

Nearby schools

The village is home to a primary school and pre-school. Ann Cam Church of England Primary School serves pupils between the ages of 5-11, and is a Voluntary Aided Primary. It is a Christian school, teaching courses using a foundation of Christian values. There are five classrooms, and due to the small size of each year group some groups are split into combined classes. The school’s most recent Ofsted inspection was in 2013, where it is shown to have raised its rating from ‘Satisfactory’ on a previous inspection to ‘Good.’

Happy Turtles Nursery is attached to Ann Cam, and is also rated ‘Good’ by Ofsted in their Early Years Register Inspection Report from 2013. The nursery offers pre-school and childcare under one roof, offering a breakfast and afterschool club for primary students up to age 11 as well. John Masefield High School is located a 10 minute drive up the B4215. This secondary school with academy status offers a Performing Arts specialty for students aged 11-18.

Getting around

The village is situated between Newent and Leominster on the B4215, just four miles away from Ledbury in Herefordshire. This road connects with the larger M50 motorway, which leads to the M5. It’s approximately a 25 minute drive into central Gloucester, or half an hour to Hereford. The nearest railway station is located in Ledbury, although the larger national rail station in Gloucester is also within easy reach. Bus services are available throughout the region, running from Gloucester to Ledbury and stopping in Dymock several times a day.

Local shops

Dymock residents have two garages, a village general store, and a post office branch on the village’s main street surrounding the village green. Ledbury lies just 4 miles to the north and it is home to a Countrywide store offering clothing, gifts, and farming products, as well as a Tesco supermarket. Bentley’s Castle Fruit Farm, The Three Shires Garden Centre, and the Shop at Bromsberrow are all in the immediate vicinity as well.

Gloucester Quays Factory Outlet is a shopping centre just 25 minutes away, offering discounts on major brand names, including Next, Thornton’s, and Nike. There’s a cinema and numerous restaurants on the premises, as well as an antiques shop and more. The shops of central Cheltenham are also in the area for further retail opportunities.


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