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Coberley Parish lies four miles south of Cheltenham and ten miles north of Cirencester with Gloucester some nine miles to the west.

The Parish covers about five and a half square miles, with Leckhampton Hill escarpment providing the boundary at its northern most edge, stretching south to the River Churn and Cockleford Mill. The western boundary is marked by Crickley Hill Country Park, the Neolithic site and Iron Age Fort with the eastern edge being  Needlehole and Pinswell, bordering Dowdeswell and Colesbourne.

Coberley is bisected by the main trunk road, the A436, providing access from the east and west. The A435 is a key route in from Cirencester on the eastern side of the Parish, whilst the A417 is the main artery bringing traffic in from Cirencester, Swindon and Gloucester.
From Cheltenham, the Parish is best reached via the A435 Cirencester Road.

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