The Gloucestershire village of Brockworth grew up around the old Roman road which connected the inland part of Gloucester to Cirencester. Now a thriving neighbourhood for families, first time buyers and commuters alike. Brockworth has its own sports centre and community centre, with offices, shops and a large supermarket at the nearby business park.
The village is a short drive away from the historic city centre where there is plenty to do throughout the year, including shopping, eating out, sports and leisure facilities, and the chance to enjoy a varied programme of attractions of Gloucester Quays.
Gloucester is a rugby city with its Premiership rugby team playing to sell-out crowds at its Kingsholm ground, which also hosts concerts during the summer. Winter sports fans can enjoy days out of the Gloucester Ski & Snowboard Centre.
The countryside is never far away, with 250-acre Robinswood Hill Country Park open all year around, and the steep slopes of Cooper’s Hill bringing in competitors from around the world to Brockworth’s famous cheese rolling competition held annually in May.
Ofsted Good-rated Coopers Edge Primary School is close to Nuthill Green and the village is served by Henley Bank High School and Gloucester Academy for students aged 11 – 18.
Nuthill Green has fantastic transport links into Gloucester and Chelthenham, with quick access to M5 (jct 11) for direct travel to Tewkesbury and Worcester to the north and Bristol to the south. Gloucester train station offers regular services to London, the Midlands, south west and Wales.
Brockworth GP surgery and Abbeymead Dental Care are close to Nuthill Green, with Gloucester Royal Hospital just four miles away.