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Stratford Upon Avon
Trinity Fields is less than five minutes drive from the A46 and around 50 minutes from the centre of Birmingham, with frequent local buses from The Ridgeway into Stratford town centre. Stratford upon-Avon Parkway station, offering direct trains to Birmingham and London Marylebone, is just a few minutes’ walk away, and there is a Park and Ride facility beside the station with electric car charging points and a shuttle bus service into the town. The path along the Stratford-upon-Avon canal, which passes the development, is part of National Cycle Route 5 and offers a pleasant route into town or out to the countryside.
Just half a mile away, there is a post office and a convenience store stocking most everyday items. The Morrisons supermarket around a mile away includes a pharmacy, and a little further on there is a Tesco Superstore and a retail park, with names such as Boots, Argos, Next, M&S and Asda interspersed with restaurants and cafés. Stratford upon Avon is a delightful and varied shopping environment, with many specialist food retailers, fashion stores and bookshops alongside banks, cafés, hairdressers, restaurants and pubs. A twice-monthly farmers’ market is held in the town’s market square.
As a popular tourist destination, Stratford upon Avon offers a vast choice of entertainment. In addition to the renowned Royal Shakespeare Company, the town has a variety of theatres and venues presenting an eclectic choice of live entertainment. There are also several musical societies and two cinemas.
Health and fitness amenities include a Bannatyne Health Club and Spa a short walk from the development, the Stratford Leisure Centre with its 33m swimming pool, and Stratford Sports Club where activities range from cricket and hockey to athletics and snooker. There are three local golf clubs and a celebrated racecourse, and the vast expanse of the beautiful Cotswold Hills lies to the south.
Bishopton Primary School, a five minute walk away, is a popular and highly-regarded school, and Stratford upon Avon High School, which achieved Academy status in 2011, sits alongside spacious playing fields near the town centre. Both schools are accredited as ‘Good’ by Ofsted. Rother House Medical Centre, the nearest of several GP surgeries operates extended hours on some days for commuters, and Stratford Hospital’s minor injuries unit is around one and a half miles from the development.