Win £500 whilst taking a stroll around Cirencester

Cirencester Round Table has published a charity photobook of Cirencester, highlighting some of the town’s most unusual nooks and crannies.

In addition to purchasing an unusual celebration of the historic town, owners of the book also have the chance to enter a competition to win £500 by recognising where each of the photographs is taken.

Purchasers simply need to walk the streets of Cirencester, identify the 100 pictures, and submit an entry by Easter 2023 to be entered into the £500 draw.

The books cost £12 each, with all proceeds going to charitable causes within the local community, and are available to purchase via Gardiner Haskins, John Toomers, Moore Allen and Innocent and the Cirencester Town Museum.

Cirencester Round Table vice-chairman, Richard Dell, was inspired by a similar competition run in Bradford-on-Avon many years ago.

He said: “My parents bought that book and it has been an unusual talking point and coffee table style book around their home ever since. 

“Flicking through it recently I realised that Cirencester, with its blend of nearly 2,000 years of quirky architecture, would provide potentially hundreds of inspiring images and views. 

“The hardest challenge was selecting just the final 100 for the book.”

The book and competition has been created with support from sponsors: Gardiner Haskins, HHH Mortgages, John Toomers, Moore Allen and Innocent, CIA Fire and Security, and The Solid Wood Flooring Company. 

Richard said: “Cirencester Round Table is a fundamental part of the town, we are a group of ordinary young men doing extraordinary things for fun and for the community. 

“This book is the perfect extension of that ethos.  Thank you to our sponsors and retailers for supporting the competition.”

Terms and condition of the competition and further information are all available in the books and via

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