A Village Welcome Pack is available for new residents. This should be delivered through your door but if not, please contact the Clerk for a hard copy or a copy is available below:

Quenington Welcome Pack

Emergency Facilities in Quenington

A defibrillator is installed on the outside of  Quenington Village Hall on The Green.

The defibrillator has been designed to be used by the public as it talks you through the process. There are however several trained volunteers in Quenington and they can be contacted via the Village Emergency Telephone System. This will automatically ring all the trained volunteers at the same time. The first to answer will respond to the emergency.


The defibrillator, cabinet and emergency phone number have all been bought from funds raised through the 2013 Quenington Village Fete. Thank you to the Fete committee and all who attended the fete for providing this important emergency facility.


Bus Services

There have been a few changes to the local bus services recently, which has caused confusion as to what is now available, the following is a summary of current services:

Bus Service 76

Runs Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday from the villages to Fairford and then on to Cirencester. The 76 bus leaves Southrop at 0942, Eastleach at 0950, Hatherop at 0956 and Quenington at 1002.

The return journey leaves from Cirencester The Forum at 1320.

Bus Service 77

During school term time, the 77 bus stops in Quenington at 0817 and goes via Fairford to Lechlade & Highworth. At 1548 (Tues to Friday) the 77 stops in Quenington and continues on to Cirencester, arriving at 1610. On Mondays the bus stops in Quenington at 1418 and arrives in Cirencester at 1440.

For full details of the timetables, visit www.gloucestershire.gov.uk/travel or call Traveline on 0871 200 22 33

Community Connexions Community Bus

This is a door to door service that needs to be booked in advance by calling 0345 680 5029.

On Thursdays there is a bus to Cirencester, which is free with a bus pass or £8 each way.

There are also excursions on Wednesdays and Fridays to a variety of locations such as Witney, Carterton, Swindon, Dobbies and Cheltenham. These also need to be booked in advance and need at least 8 passengers to run, prices range from £6.25 to £13.50

For more information visit www.communityconnexions.org.uk

Tesco Free Bus

We have been informed that sadly Tesco will no longer be running the free bus service to its Kingsmeadow Store in Cirencester.


Quenington Playground

Quenington Playground is located just off the village green at the start of Snake Drive.  The playground is managed by Quenington Parish Council.




Quenington Village Hall

Quenington Village Hall is situated on The Green in Quenington. It was extensively refurbished in 2013 and is available to hire for a range of functions. Further details are available on the website www.queningtonvillagehall.org.uk


Church of St Swithin, Quenington


St Swithin Church is located on Church Road in Quenington (GL7 5BN). It is a Grade 1 Listed building and if particular interest are the two 12th Century doorways.




CHEQS is the local parish magazine covering the 5 villages of Coln St Aldwyns, Hatherop, Eastleach, Quenington and Southrop. The editor is Miranda Lawson, email magazine@cheqs.church


Quenington Society: The Quenington Society was founded about 20 years ago as a result of fighting unsuitable development in the village. It has since grown into more of a social group and anyone who lives in the village is automatically a member. Activities that have been organised include the children's Summer Programme, lectures, walks, debates and excursions.

The Society is non profit making and any funds are either put back into the Society or donated to local charities. Recently the Society was able to help with donating towards the restoration of the bale tombs in the Churchyard. A photographic archive is being created to record the history of the village.

For more information contact David Able Smith on email asquen@btinternet.com 


The Keepers Arms

The Keepers Arms is a traditional family run pub located on Church Road in Quenington. Real Ales and Home Cooked Food are served and there are three en-suite rooms available. For further information, visit www.thekeepersarms.co.uk


Fresh Air Sculpture

Quenington is the home of the biannual outdoor sculpture show Fresh Air. Fresh Air is run by the the Quenington Sculpture Trust and has developed into a very popular local event attracting large numbers of visitors. An educational programme runs alongside the exhibition including workshops and master classes.

The next Fresh Air event will be in 2019. For more details visit www.freshairsculpture.com

Bizzie Beans

Based in Quenington, this is a collection of groups/activities for a wide range of ages and interests. For more information visit www.bizziebeans.co.uk

Happy Beans: A wiggling, warbling club for babies, toddlers and pre-schoolers 

Runner Beans: A friendly running club for adults 

Bean Thinking: Workshops to add a wealth of skills and understandings to your world 

Cre8-a-Beans: A creative crafty club for toddlers and pre-schoolers

Philosophy Beans: A book club with real meaning, exploring words that change perspectives and sharing thoughts