Coalpit Heath is a small village in South Gloucestershire, south of Yate and east of Frampton Cotterell. It was founded as a coal mining settlement. Winterbourne is its largest neighbour.
Frampton Cotterell lies along the north west of Coalpit Heath, but the rest of the village is surrounded by rolling Cotswold countryside.
Property of all types is available in and around the village, including cottages, modern builds and bungalows.
It’s considered a commuter village, as there are excellent links between local towns and villages, as well as the city (via A432) and motorways (Bristol Ring Road, M32/M4). It’s about eight miles or so from Bristol.
The nearest railway station is roughly three miles away at Yate or 4.5 miles in the other direction at Bristol Parkway (Stoke Gifford). There’s an extensive bus service, too.
Green space: Beesmoor Road Playing Field, Brockeridge Centre, Newman Field, Bitterwell Lake, Frome Valley Walkway
Shopping: Local convenience stores (including Frome Valley Farm Shop), the Mall at Cribbs Causeway - see Winterbourne
Eating and drinking: The Badminton Arms, The Golden Heart, The New Inn, The Globe
Schools: The Manor CofE Primary School, Watermore Primary School, Frampton Cotterell Primary School, Elm Park Primary School, The Ridings' Federation Winterbourne International Academy, Brimsham Green School, Downend School
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