Cheltenham Roofers is a local roofing company based in Cheltenham that undertakes all roofing work including Roof Repairs, New Roofs, Flat Roofs, Slating & Tiling, Chimney & Leadworks and Roof Maintenance.
Cheltenham Roofers cover all your roofing needs no matter how big or small. The team also install and maintain Guttering, Soffits and Fascias. The company cleans and maintain roofs to last longer which gives its clients a good return on their investment and peace of mind.
Cheltenham Roofers offer affordable services to meet various budgets. The includes affordable structured maintenance programmes that cover its range of roofing services.
Although operating from Cheltenham, the company covers roofing projects in Gloucester, Evesham, Dursley, Stroud, Cirencester, Winchcombe, and other surrounding areas in Gloucestershire.
Cheltenham is a major town located in the county of Gloucestershire. It is second largest town in the county.
Gloucestershire is in South-West Region of England with a population of 637,070.
Cheltenham is a large spa town which is part of the Cheltenham Borough Council. It is on the edge of the Cotswolds, an area of natural beauty in Gloucestershire County.
Cleeve Hill overlooks Cheltenham Town and is the highest point in the county of Gloucestershire.
Following the discovery of mineral springs in 1716, Cheltenham became a health and holiday spa town resort.
Cheltenham is located on River Chelt which rises at Dowdeswell and runs through the town to River Severn.
Cheltenham town is the second largest town in Gloucestershire after Gloucester with a population of 116,447.
Cheltenham post codes are GL50, GL51, GL52, GL53, GL54
Cheltenham is made up of 25 districts. Some of the districts include Lansdown, Leckhampton, Montpellier, Pittville, Benhall, Charlton Kings, Tivoli, Prestbury.
Cheltenham Borough Council is the local authority in charge of Cheltenham. The council is split into 20 wards.
The town is served by railway, major roads and tramroads. The main railway station is Cheltenham Spa Railway station with connections to London Paddington, Birmingham, Bristol, Swindon, North West, North East, and Scotland. The M5 Motorway also links the town to major cities in the UK.
Cheltenham is a renowned town of culture hosting various major festivals including Cheltenham Literature Festival, Cheltenham Jazz Festival, Cheltenham Science Festival, Cheltenham Music Festival, Cheltenham Cricket Festival and Cheltenham Food & Drink Festival.
Cheltenham is also famous for horse racing. It is the venue for the Gold Cup which is held in March of every year.
The “Doughnut”, the head office of the British Government Communications Headquarters (GCHQ) is in Cheltenham.
Cheltenham is a major economic hub in Gloucestershire known for food processing, aerospace, light manufacturing, electronics, and tourism businesses.
There are major global companies based in Cheltenham including GE Aviation, Zurich Financial Services, Nelson Thornes, Douglas Equipment, Volo, Kohler Mira, Vertex Data Science, Chelsea Building Society and Endsleigh Insurance.
Other major companies include SuperGroup owner of the Superdry brand, children’s brand Meri Meri and Olive Clothing Brand.
The town is also a hub for design agencies and businesses that support a lot of well-known UK and global companies.
The town is also a major regional shopping centre and is home to Cavendish House Department Store, one of the oldest department stores. Other major retail chains and department stores are in the town including John Lewis.
In 2014, the Daily Telegraph newspaper named Cheltenham as one of the most desirable places to live and to raise a family in the United Kingdom.
Cheltenham has a lot of good schools at primary, secondary and further education levels. The town also hosts some of the campuses of the University of Gloucestershire.
There are a lot of historical educational institutions in Cheltenham that date back many years. The oldest school in Cheltenham is Pate’s Grammar School which was founded in 1574.
Cheltenham is a major sporting town. The local football teams are Cheltenham Town F.C currently playing in League 2, Cheltenham Saracens F.C. playing in the Hellenic League Premier, Bishop’s Cleeve playing in the Southern League South & West Division and Cheltenham Civil Service F.C. playing in the local Gloucester Northern Senior League.
Cheltenham is also known for the Cheltenham Racecourse which hosts the Cheltenham Gold Cup during the Cheltenham Festival.
There are rugby clubs including Cheltenham Saracens R.F.C, Cheltenham North R.F.C, Smith Rugby, Old Patesians R.F.C and Cheltenham Civil Service R.F.C.
The town is also home to the headquarters of the Croquet Association and has one of largest Croquet clubs in the UK.
Cheltenham also has East Glos Tennis Squash and Women’s Hockey Club.
The largest outdoor pool in England, Sandford Parks Lido is also in Cheltenham. It is the home of Cheltenham Swimming and Water Polo Club.