Upper Slaughter is a very lucky area of the Cotswolds in Gloucestershire. Arthur Mee listed Upper Slaughter as being one of the 32 small ‘Thankful Villages’ – of all the men that went to fight in World War I, every single one of them returned. Although the village was also bombed in World War II, no lives were lost there either.
What should I do and where should I visit in the surrounding areas?
- There are quite a few areas of archaeological interest in Upper Slaughter, for any of the budding archaeology and history enthusiasts. Some of the best places include the fantastic Upper Slaughter Manor, St Peter’s Church, Castle Mound and the Old School House.
- There is so much to do in Gloucestershire, including attending the Cotswold Falconry Centre in Moreton-in-Marsh. The area is absolutely stunning, and the falconry is second to none at this well-loved venue.
- Gloucester isn’t too far away, with its beautiful and imposing cathedral, all of the shopping opportunities, and brilliant gourmet restaurants.
What should I do if I get into an accident? Should I call an accident solicitor in Upper Slaughter?
On any holiday or day out with the family, you’re always at risk of an accident happening. It only takes one second for somebody to lose their concentration, and one of your family members could be involved in an accident that is life changing. Not only can you have permanent damage done to your body, but also your mental health.
Tracking down an accident solicitor in Upper Slaughter will take time and add to the stresses and strains of the accident; for that reason it’s best to give Accident Advice Helpline a call. Don’t waste your time searching through the phone book, or on Google for accident solicitor in Upper Slaughter, as that would take too long and add to the pressure of what is already a terrible time.
A call to Accident Advice Helpline, on one of their 24 hour lines, will only take about 30 minutes. Not only could that call be the only one you have to make, but your claim could be processed then and there, and you may not have to attend court. If you’re in an accident that wasn’t your fault, you shouldn’t delay any longer or shrug off the facts, call Accident Advice Helpline right away on 0800 689 0500 or 0333 500 0993 from a mobile phone.
Date Published: 16th November 2013
Author: David Brown