Brickhampton Court Golf Complex - Gloucester
Brickhampton Court Golf Complex was created in 1994 by Creed Golf & Leisure Ltd, a company owned by a local family who have maintained a keen interest in ensuring its development into a golfing centre of true quality. The courses were designed by Simon Gidman, a member of the British Institute of Golf Course Architects and respected as a designer of challenging and attractive golf courses that offer a fair test to golfers of all abilities. Set in 200 acres of rolling Gloucestershire countryside the complex enjoys the benefit of no steep hills and thus energies can be directed towards the golf and not scaling the peaks!
Gloucestershire College of Arts and Technology is a further education provider offering a range of education and training programmes, including A Levels and GCSEs, vocational qualifications, work-based learning, basic skills courses, higher education, short courses for business, and English courses for its students. Over 600 learners study in both Gloucester and the new Cheltenham campuses. The courses include:arts, media, music & performing arts, hospitality & catering, IT, computing trade union studies, teacher training, skills for life, public & uniformed services, and engineering & electronics.
Hartpury College located in Hartpury, Gloucester, is a provider of Equine Care, Animal Science, Agricultural and Land Management Courses, Sports Science, Food Technology and related courses. The A level courses are offered in the fields of equine studies, sports and outdoor adventure, horticulture and veterinary nursing. The courses offered under Higher Education are animal and veterinary nursing sciences, sports sciences, food and drink technology and land based sciences. There are also part time courses offered in animal care, health and safety, first aid and sports.
Cheltenham Town Football Club
The ground is undergoing yet more building work as the moment as a new all seated, 1,000 capacity stand, is being built at the Whaddon Road End of the ground. The stand which will be covered and will join onto the In2Print Stand at one corner, is due to be completed in December 2005. The In2Print Stand was opened in November 2001 and was built by Barr Construction. This stand sits proudly at one side of the pitch and houses 2,034 supporters. It is a covered, all seated, single tiered stand, part of which is given to away supporters. On the other side of the pitch is the UCAS Main Stand, which has seating to the rear and terracing at the front.
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