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While the area is epitomised by rows of 1930’s semi-detached house the heart of Stoke Bishop goes much further back in history with associations to Druids hence the aptly named shopping street ‘Druid Hill’. However, modern day Stoke Bishop seems far removed from any mystical past with a calm atmosphere similar in feel to neighbouring Sneyd Park and Westbury on Trym. The main focal points are Stoke Lodge playing field and village hall so you will probably have a bit of a trek over towards Clifton if you are looking for a lively café, restaurant or pub.

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