The Villages Of The Cotswolds
Ampney Crucis is the largest of the Ampney group of villages named after the small river, a tribitury of the Thames, on which they stand.The village has a mixture of old & modern homes including local authority owned properties. There is evidence of occupation dating back to Roman times & the village church is of Saxon origins.
There is a rural cinema that visits Ampney Crucis regularly. There are several community groups & sports teams which provide the spirit that a village of this size needs.
The village is about 3 miles from Cirencester on the A417 from Cirencester to Lechlade.
Bus services connecting the village:
- Lechlade-Cirencester Adrians Coaches
If you are visiting the village, be aware that there is only on street parking so please be respectful.
- No shops
- Crown of Crucis
- Ampney Crucis C of E School
- Chedworth Roman Villa
- Corinium Museum
- Cotswold Water Park