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Cotswold District Council Tourism Team working in partnership with Cotswolds Tourism keeping you up to date with events, towns and Tourism in The Cotswolds
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Cotswold Tourism Nov 17
Buy & sell preloved baby, pregnancy and children's clothes, toys and other items with Cheeki Monkeys events! Stalls just £12, adult entry £1, kids entry FREE (apart from at Rugrats and Halfpints)
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Highgrove Gardens Nov 7
We are on Instagram! To celebrate the launch of our Instagram profile, we’re running a competition for someone to win two Highgrove Garden Tour Vouchers for 2019. Head over to our Instagram to take part
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CotswoldsTourismBiz Nov 9
Have you read the monthly member update yet? Important networking dates as well as recent press articles & promotion team are doing for the area
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Tracey Edginton Oct 30
is the world's most valuable outbound visitor market. From Jan-to-June this year there were a record 137,000 visits from China to the UK, up 19% on same period last year. Visitors from China also stay longer than the all market average and explore more
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Stow on the Wold TC Oct 30
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Cotswold Tourism Oct 26
Visit The Guild at 51 for the Wool Pack selling exhibition this autumn, celebrating the rich heritage of British sheep and their wools. Exhibitor Janie Withers creates unusual and innovative lighting, handmade with natural fibres. For further details, see
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Cotswold Tourism Oct 23
Autumn is the perfect time to visit Birdland & enjoy the park's stunning Cotswold setting without the summer crowds. See hundreds of birds, including awesome birds of prey, parrots, cassowaries, cranes & England's only breeding colony of king penguins!
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The Cotswold School Oct 18
Join us this weekend, Sunday 21st October at Bourton Leisure Centre and here at The Cotswold School for Funstival! A day of celebrating the local community and showcasing what Bourton has to offer in the village and surrounding areas!
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Caroline Benyon Oct 20
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Cotswold Tourism Oct 18
Jose Heroys is a crochet artist, creating life-like birds from natural fibres, which seek to capture the character & energy of each bird & the emotional response we have to it. Birds will be available to see & buy at the Wool Pack exhibition until 4th Nov:
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Cotswold Tourism Oct 14
Mop Fair is returning to Market Place this October! The popular annual funfair will be held from 12pm to 10pm on Monday the 8th and Monday the 15th October, offering fairground rides and stalls. See for further info and road closures
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Cotswold Tourism Oct 12
Autumn is the perfect time to visit Birdland & enjoy the park's stunning Cotswold setting without the summer crowds. See hundreds of birds, including awesome birds of prey, parrots, cassowaries, cranes & England's only breeding colony of king penguins!
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Cotswold Tourism Oct 10
Come and hear top historian Roy Strong discuss his book, The Story of Britain, this autumn at Parish Church. Visit or call on 01285 654 180 for details and bookings.
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Cotswold Tourism Oct 9
Make sure you have uploaded your 2019 events to as there was lots of interest in today talking to Visit Britain officers from around the world in our quirky events, traditions & culture
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The Howard Arms Oct 8
Autumn offer: two nights for the price of one From 30th October, to 16th December, applicable to guests staying Sunday/Monday nights, dining in on their first evening. Double/single occupancy: £130 / £110. When they're gone they're gone! 01608 682226
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CotswoldsTourismBiz Oct 8
We look forward to seeing you all tomorrow for our regular networking event with super huddle.
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Cotswold Tourism Oct 8
Exhibiting at The Guild at 51 until 4th November, Alison Ellen makes wearable textiles using hand-dyed British wool. For more information on the Wool Pack selling exhibition, celebrating British sheep and their wools, please visit
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Highgrove Gardens Oct 5
As autumn rolls in, the Katsura Tree (Cercidiphyllum japonicum) in the Arboretum develops a beautiful toffee smell! Have you been to the gardens at this time of year and smelt the caramel in the air? Let us know!
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Caroline Benyon Oct 7
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Cotswold Tourism Oct 7
Mop Fair is returning to Market Place this October! The popular annual funfair will be held from 12pm to 10pm on Monday the 8th and Monday the 15th October, offering fairground rides and stalls. See for further info and road closures
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