2gether NHS Foundation Trust is based across a number of sites within Herefordshire and Gloucestershire. The map below shows all our locations throughout the two counties.
2gether headquarters is at Rikenel, Montpellier, Gloucester, GL1 1LY.
Living in Gloucestershire
Gloucestershire splits into three areas, the Royal Forest of Dean, a major part of the Cotswolds and the Severn Vale, with a total population of 565,000.
Gloucestershire lies on the northern edge of the South-West of England and is famous for the many beautiful Cotswold towns and villages such as Bourton-on-the-Water, Cheltenham, Stow-on-the-Wold, Cirencester, Tewkesbury, and The Slaughters. It is filled with outstanding picturesque views across the River Severn and simply stunning scenic countryside.
Gloucestershire has so much to offer and just some of its nearby attractions include the 840-year-old Berkeley Castle, the ruins of Great Witcombe Roman Villa and Tewkesbury Abbey which is more than 500 years old and has the tallest Norman tower in England.
The City of Gloucester is acknowledged to be one of England’s top ten historic cities, with its Roman foundations, Victorian docklands and the magnificent Norman cathedral rubbing shoulders with a bustling city centre that boasts a wide range of shops, markets, restaurants, pubs and visitor attractions.
You can learn more about Gloucestershire by visiting the following websites:
You can find information on schools in Gloucestershire via the Gloucestershire County Council website.
Living in Herefordshire
From the market towns of Leominster, Bromyard, Ledbury, Ross-on-Wye and Kington, to Hereford City, the Black & White villages, cider producers and the Cider Route, romantic ruined castles in Mortimer Country, the aptly named Golden Valley, the Wye Valley and Malvern Hills areas of outstanding natural beauty, hops and Hereford cattle, there is something for everyone in Herefordshire.
Located close to the Welsh border, Herefordshire is nestled in between the Brecon Beacons to the west and the Malvern Hills to the east and is surrounded by stunning tranquil countryside and picturesque villages.
Infamous for its cider production, cattle and the composer Edward Elgar, Herefordshire has a provincial feel about it. And although it may not be the liveliest of places when compared to other cities, it has a youthful energy that underlies its social scene and continues to make it a popular place to live.
Hereford is the biggest location in the county and home to approximately one-third of Herefordshire’s total population. Elsewhere, the nearby market towns of Kington, Leominster, Ledbury and Bromyard are popular with people looking to live away from the city centre, with a higher choice of large, family housing.
Learn more about Herefordshire here:
You can find information on schools in Herefordshire via the Herefordshire County Council website.