Cheltenham is a Spa town and the most complete Regency town in England, as well as being credited as the ‘garden town of England’. It has a rich and interesting history. This can be seen in the remains of the thirteenth century Cistercian Hailes Abbey ruins or in Sudeley Castle, the former residence of Katherine Parr and her place of burial. The largest Romano-British villa in the U.K., Chedworth Roman villa, can also be found in the town. The town is home to many music and literature festivals, is the birth-place of Gustav Holst, has an Art Gallery and Museum as well as three theatres. Cheltenham has renowned independent schools such as Cheltenham Ladies College as well as being home to the University of Gloucestershire. The town has a population that exceeds 100,000 people, served by the Regent Arcade Shopping Centre as well as supermarkets such as Waitrose and Sainsburys. It is perhaps best known in the modern era to sports fans as the home of the Cheltenham Gold Cup.