Cirencester


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Cirencester

a market town in S England, in Gloucestershire: Roman amphitheatre. Pop.: 15 861 (2001)
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Windsor has previously been on the books of Swindon Town and Southampton, and was reportedly being monitored by Chelsea while playing for Cirencester.
Donations, if desired, will benefit Cirencester Hospital League of Friends, Coln Ward.
Cirencester carry some goal threat in veteran former Newport County striker Charlie Griffin, who finished with 26 goals last season.
But that was as close as Cirencester would come to the hosts ran out clear victors in the Fosse Way derby.
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.
"The second home market is up - the huge turnout of buyers in hot-spots like Shrewsbury and Cirencester really exemplifies this - a trend that I think is set to continue as many downsize and release equity."
Parker, 19, tore Cirencester's defence apart, going past three defenders before side-footing into the net.
After the official opening ceremony, which saw Cirencester Mayor, Andy Lichnowski, cut the ribbon to start off the day, visitors were invited on a guided tour around the building and a presentation from General Manager, Paul Trevitt, to explain the reasons for the move and the ways in which the building had been customised to allow the company to continue its growth.
Recommendations Lowestoft 1pt 10-11 general Cirencester 1pt 6-5 general
The future of power is being pioneered near the English town of Cirencester where a biogas power station is being built.