Pictures of Slimbridge
A visit to Slimbridge in the county of Gloucestershire not only offers the opportunity to explore a wealth of wildlife habitation, but the chance to savour some of the loveliest scenery in the Shire.
The village is a pleasant place to amble around, it is spread out from the banks of the Gloucester and Sharpness canal, and is approximately mid-way between the lovely village of Frampton-on-Severn and Purton. It is a stylish, serene village with several interesting properties, it has a village pub, the Tudor Arms, a post office, village stores and local parish church. The area is ideally suited for visitors who enjoy outdoor pursuits, such as walking, fishing, boating, cycling or riding. It is rich in leafy lanes, with the canal offering walks along its pleasant towpaths, or you may wish to discover fine water-scapes offered by the meandering River Severn as it flows through the Gloucestershire countryside on its journey to join with the sea.
Slimbridge is mostly surrounded by a rural landscape where you can see lazy cattle and sheep grazing in meadows made fertile by the waters of the Severn.
At the edge of the village, overlooking the Severn is the popular tourist attraction, Slimbridge Wildfowl and Wetlands Trust
Slimbridge is in a region rich in natural history, the area offers a host of visitor attractions, including national trust properties and magnificent gardens.
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