Cirencester


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Cirencester

(ˈsaɪrənˌsɛstə)
n
(Placename) a market town in S England, in Gloucestershire: Roman amphitheatre. Pop: 15 861 (2001). Latin name: Corinium
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We then struck across the country, into the great Cirencester road, and made such haste, that we spent the next evening, save one, in London.
Contract award notice: Provision of Student Transport to Cirencester College.
MERTHYR will look to make it three home wins out of three and remain near the top of the league table as Cirencester Town are visitors to Penydarren Park today (3pm).
LEAMINGTON gave their Southern League Premier Division campaign an ideal start as a brace from new signing Ryan Rowe tamed Cirencester Town 3-1.
Cirencester hit back immediately, James Mortimer-Jones heading in from close range, but Leamington held out comfortably to kick off the season with a win.
But Cirencester got the unlikely breakthrough 10 minutes from time.
Other standout was Cirencester, which had 93 viewings and PS5,969,000 worth of offers received from the day.
He scored twice against Evesham United in midweek and was on target with a curling shot against Cirencester.
Burkert GB hosted the official opening of its new headquarters to celebrate the successful move into its new, purpose-built premises constructed around a modern factory building in Cirencester.
In the Evo-Stik Southern Premier, Cirencester can leapfrog Swindon Supermarine in a scrap between the bottom two sides.
The future of power is being pioneered near the English town of Cirencester where a biogas power station is being built.
STOURBRIDGE manager Gary Hackett says his side's narrow win over Cirencester Town gave him even more satisfaction than their previous five-goal show.