This is a list of locations that have featured throughout Agatha Raisin.
The series is set in the fictional village of Carsely in the Cotswolds, with many other towns and villages in the Cotswolds also featured.
In the Cotswolds
- Ancombe, a fictional village home to a commercial wellspring.
- Carsely, a fictional village in the Cotswolds where Agatha moves to for a peaceful retirement.
- Cirencester, a market town in the Cotswolds.
- Dembley, a fictional village neighbouring Carsely.
- Evesham, a market town in the Cotswolds home to a renowned hair salon and where the police are based in the television series.
- Hebberdon, a fictional village neighbouring Carsely.
- Mircester, a fictional village in the Cotswolds home to the police and where Agatha sets up her detective agency in the book series.
- Moreton-in-Marsh, a small market town only a short drive from Carsely.
- Piddlebury, a fictional village whose residents are thought to be rather secretive.
- Sumpton Harcourt, a fictional village considered to be isolated and unfriendly.
- Thirk Magna, a fictional village known for its bell ringing.
- Winter Parva, a fictional village known for its tourism and winter fayre celebrations.
- Upper Cockburn, a parish in the cotswolds.
- Birmingham, a city in the West Midlands of England where Agatha was born in the book series.
- Dumfries, a market town in Scotland where Agatha was born in the television series.
- Fryfam, a fictional village said to be home to fairies where Agatha once visited. In the book series, Fryfam is stated to be in Norfolk whereas in the television series the village is only an hour's drive from Carsely.
- London, a city in the south of England where Agatha moved to when she was younger and built up a successful PR career.
- Wyckhadden, a coastal village where Agatha escapes to following a run in with a hairdresser-cum-murderess from her previous investigation.
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