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Acton Court

A Tudor House built for the pleasure of Henry VIII

Latteridge Road, Iron Acton BS37 9TL
Tel: 01454 228224

RichMcD - Professional Photographer

Currently unable to undertake weddings but can deal with enquiries for wedding bookings for later this year/next year via Email or Facebook messenger.

Contact via email below or find me on facebook. Open: 7 days a week.


A professional photographer for over a decade, RichMcD specialises in commercial work, portraits, weddings and photography tutorials.

RichMcD documents local life through his camera lens, creating a vast legacy of images for us all to enjoy, now and in the future. He also eats lots of ice-creams!

If you'd like to get in touch with Rich, click below to visit his website or check out his facebook page.

Tel: 07768 033097

Chipping Sodbury Library

High Street, Chipping Sodbury BS37 6AH
Tel: 01454 868006

Hawkesbury Upton Community Library

This runs fortnightly on Friday afternoons 2.15-4.15pm to mirror the time that the Mobile Library used to be operational in the area.

Drop in for tea and cakes and/or borrow a book. Children’s
crafts, books for all ages provided by LibrariesWest, everyone welcome. Don’t forget your library card or you can join on the day.

Along with the other community libraries, Hawkesbury Upton is a volunteer-run library supported by S Glos libraries and your normal library card can be used there.

Hawkesbury Upton Village Hall, High Street, Hawkesbury Upton GL9 1AU

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