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Moving to Yate ?
The town of Yate is located in South Gloucestershire, in the South West of England. It sits at the very southernly bottom of the Cotswold Hills and is a mere 12 miles from the City of Bristol. Up until the 1960s Yate was a village but grew steadily into a town - its growth promoted by its proximity to Bristol making it a desirable commuter/dormitory town.
As with many other towns in South Gloucestershire, Yate is richly steeped in history - It is mentioned in the Domesday Book (1086) and even earlier elsewhere in AD 770 as being the site of another religious building, possibly a church. The parish church, St.Mary's, dates back from Norman times - It was largely rebuilt in the 15th Century, and again during the reign of King Henry VIII, and extensively restored in the 1970s. In the 1800s a small school was built just outside of the churchyard wall. This was later deconstructed and a National school was built in its place - This has since become St.Mary's Church of England Primary School.
One of Yate's more well-known sites was its rail transfer yard, which was built during World War II for the United States Army. It is believed it was constructed to aid with the build-up of troops before D-Day as part of Operation Bolero. It was, after the war, taken over by the Royal Navy and became known as the Sea Transport Stores Depot. It was then subsequently taken over by the Highways Agency, until the sheds were demolished in 2008. The site is now being investigated to find out the military significance of the area. Oxford Archaeology has been commissioned to undertake the investigation.
The town is home to all the regular amenities one would associate with such a place - a good sized shopping centre, which holds over 100 businesses, including charity shops, fast-food restaurants, toy stores, a bank, a library, the White Lion pub, a leisure centre, clothing retailers, and more! It hosts regular festivals, but its most famous and the one that attracts a huge amount of visitors is the annual South Cotswold Beer Festival - the main event is actually held in the nearby Chipping Sodbury, but Yate caters for the overspill of revellers and its residents are very involved in the organisation of the event.
Being located at the southernly tip of the Cotswold Hills makes Yate an ideal place from which to start a hiking, or biking, tour of the hills. The hills stretch for 90 miles and are 25 miles across - and in 1966 the Cotsowlds were designated as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty - and wholly deserved with its glorious old growth beech woodlands and rare limestone grassland habitats.
Yate has much to offer everyone, from all walks of life, and with all interests. Its closeness to Bristol give it a plethora of work opportunities with easy commuting access while being able to live in the countryside, and not in the suburbs or the city itself.