The Brewery Quarter is delighted to support and recommend key partners and businesses in the local community. Click on the following logos to find out more.
The Regent Arcade is located in the Centre of Cheltenham with over 50 stores across two floors, connecting the High Street to the Promenade. With a mix of big High Street brands including TK Maxx, H&M, River Island and Carluccios to quality independent retailers, the Regent Arcade offers a unique shopping experience, with parking for over 500 vehicles. Our infamous Wishing Fish Clock is the largest mechanical clock in the world, designed by artist Kit Williams.
Cheltenham Art Gallery & Museum: The Wilson
Cheltenham’s award-winning redeveloped art gallery and museum is home to fascinating museum and fine art collections, a vibrant programme of touring exhibitions, and year-round workshops and activities for children and adults alike.
The Wilson is also home to Cheltenham’s friendly and knowledgeable Tourist Information Centre, providing advice and information about travel, accommodation and attractions in Cheltenham and the surrounding area.
Heart is one of the most popular commercial radio brands in the UK. 9.2 million listeners tune in to Heart each week and they’re the kind of people who make time for themselves, squeeze the most out of life, and enjoy shopping, going out, having fun and spending time with their friends and family. Its great to have a relationship with The Brewery and gives Heart the chance to add a little something extra to their shoppers experience! We look forward to working with them more in the future.
Explore Gloucestershire is dedicated to help promote tourism, leisure, entertainment and recreation in Gloucestershire – including a comprehensive and daily updated What’s On & Events Guide for the county, as well as having a great resource for Days Out, Activities, Accommodation and Eating Out.
Cheltenham's West End Partnership
Cheltenham West End Partnership (CWEP) was set up in 2000 as a not for profit Company Limited by Guarantee. CWEP originated from a central government funded regeneration project in the Lower High Street area. Over the years the area of benefit has been extended to include a much wider area.
Our prime purpose is to promote and enable partnership initiatives that enhance the area’s social, economic and environmental wellbeing. By using a strength based approach we ensure that all of our activities are inclusive and use the skills and knowledge of our stakeholders.