Whitminster in Gloucestershire is situated on the A38 five miles west of Stroud and six miles South of Gloucester. To the south of the village is the river Frome and the Stroudwater canal and on the west is the Gloucester to Sharpness canal.
The village has developed from the original settlement of Wheatenhurst, which is mentioned in the Doomsday Book and situated one mile to the west, where you will find the parish church of St.Andrews and Whitminster House, which dates back to the 11th Century.
Whitminster has a thriving shop and Post Office, two pubs and the Old Forge, which before it was a forge was a hostelry called the Swan. Around Whitminster village is an extensive network of public footpaths allowing easy access to the surrounding countryside.
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