Nailsworth Chamber of Trade and Commerce welcomes you to Nailsworth.
Latest News from Nailsworth Online:
Gloucestershire County Council This is Sarah Martin. Sarah set up a meals delivery service in Nailsworth, Amberley, Woodchester and Minchinhamptom. She recruited chefs and volunteers to make the meals, as well as people to deliver them. Free meals were available to vulnerable people, NHS staff and other key workers, which was paid for by a…Read the full post
has been trading in Nailsworth since the Autumn of 2009 (after launching in Tetbury in May 2008). As an independent local bookshop with established and experienced staff we are able to tailor our stock to the tastes and interests of the Nailsworth community, and are fortunate to have gained a loyal and consistent customer base…Read the full post
Nailsworth Market is on Saturday 26th September we run from 9.30am – 2.30pm We don’t want to put anyone at risk, but at the same time we want to be able to sell our produce to our regular customers, who otherwise might end up having to go to the supermarket! We have asked all stallholders…Read the full post
Our town of Nailsworth is nestled in a wooded valley in the south Cotswolds, renowned for its selection of award-winning restaurants, pubs and cafés, as well as its lovely eclectic independent shops. Nailsworth is the perfect place for shopping for gifts, furnishings and antiques, art, pottery, clothes, books, health and wellbeing.
Nailsworth stands nestled between two valleys and is neighboured by Stroud.
History shows that Nailsworth was best known for its wool and cloth mills. Over the years, the mills have become restaurants, accommodation and shops, also a museum.
Nailsworth is now well known for its monthly market, which is held on the 4th Saturday of each month - and from April 2020 the market will be running on the 1st and 4th Saturday of each month, selling fresh and local produce.
The Chamber of Trade works tirelessly for the traders and to bring the community together, making Nailsworth a very friendly place to visit.
Today Nailsworth offers a selection of independent shops, with something for everyone young and old. Even dogs are welcome so a full family day out must not be missed out on!
If you enjoy celebrity-spotting - famous faces, well known MPs, actors, musicians - Nailsworth is the place to come too. Some of our favourite places and theirs - to visit are William’s Kitchen, Hobbs House Bakery (founded by The Fabulous Baker Brothers) and Wild Garlic (Jay Raynor reviewed it very favourably).
We are surrounded by beautiful footpaths so country walks along the cycle track along the old railway line are a must. You can walk among the trees that overlook the lake and, if you are lucky, you will see kingfishers and herons nesting round about.
Plan your visit
Nailsworth has a dazzling range of shops selling unique & quality goods, and browsing around the town makes for a lovely experience.