Standish, Gloucestershire is a dispersed rural community of around 160 homes and an adult population of about 370, situated 6 miles south of the City of Gloucester and 2 miles north of Stonehouse. At its heart is a fine mediaeval church and village hall, which sit alongside a former Almonry known as Standish Court, now converted into private housing.
The ecclesiastical parish of Standish is the oldest in the country, dating from 1205.
It was featured on Channel 4’s “Time Team” programme “Going Upmarket with the Romans“.
Village life in the twenty-first century centres on:
HOW TO BOOK THE VILLAGE HALL
First check available dates in the Hall calendar HERE
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Then view hire charges and booking procedure HERE