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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 Jul 16
Kiftsgate Court Gardens will once again be hosting an exhibition by the Oxford Sculptors Group this August. For further information, visit
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WestonbirtGardens Jul 12
All set for afternoon tea of homemade delicious scones with clotted cream and jam, sandwiches all after a tour of Westonbirt House with our brilliant guides.
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Gloucestershire NGS Jul 12
If you like your plants to be interesting, The Garden House at Condicote is a must. Formerly owned by Pamela Schwerdt & Sibylle Kreutzberger, it's open for on Sunday July 15. Details:
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ChedworthRomanVilla Jul 9
Day 1 of the Big Dig 2018 is over and we have broken ground! The team have been working hard lifting tarmac in the heat but has been worth it...we've already uncovered some of the mosaic.
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Cotswold Beach Jul 9
Where are you heading after school today? The Park and Beach celebrate this wonderful weather with a £5.00 after school offer! 3pm -6pm mon - fri until 20th July! Visit our Facebook or book online
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Cotswold Tourism Jul 9
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Rise Above Sportive Jul 9
Celebrate 10 years since took his first stage win in Châteauroux by claiming 10% off entry to this August. Use the code 9JULY here 👉
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Laura Winter Jul 6
I wish I could be at the Sharon Laws Sportive at Cotswold School today. 43 miles to celebrate every year of her life, on the roads she regularly rode. Thoughts with and all riding in her memory today
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Cotswold Tourism Jul 6
Parish Church welcomes for an evening of , during which the devotional motets of Dupré and simple, ethereal charm of the Messe basse by Fauré will lead to a finale of Maurice Duruflé’s gently consoling Requiem.
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Cotswold Tourism Jul 5
Great to see lots of biz enthused with promotion after last nights launch event of new website &
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Cotswold Tourism Jul 5
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Cotswold Tourism Jul 4
Congratulations to you all & putting on the map with launch of
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Cotswold Tourism Jul 4
Great opportunity for here in & do not forget to use a special discount code Cotswolds10RA
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Cotswold Tourism Jul 4
Kiftsgate Court Gardens will once again be hosting an exhibition by the Oxford Sculptors Group this August. For further information, visit
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Cotswold Tourism Jul 4
Keepers have been helping their King and Humbolt penguins stay cool during the , by creating 'mini-iceburgs' for them to stand on! They've also provided showers and sprinklers so the penguins, emus & parrots can chill out in the hot weather.
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Cotswold Tourism Jul 2
Compton Abdale is holding a Village Fete – Saturday the 28th of July 1:30 to 4.15. Many fun activities planned for the whole family, including a fun dog show starting at 3pm! Parking and children are free. Admission is £2.50 per adult. Find out more --->
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Cotswold Tourism Jul 1
Are you a Blogger or Instagrammer? Explore hidden corners of the this summer in a series of Instameets organized by the Cotswolds Tourism team. The first meet will be in Northleach: register at For more info on all events
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Batsford Arboretum Jun 28
Such Beautiful weather at the moment! There are plenty of spots to sit and enjoy the sunshine, or cool-off in the shade
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Cotswold Tourism Jun 28
Parish Church welcomes for an evening of , during which the devotional motets of Dupré and simple, ethereal charm of the Messe basse by Fauré will lead to a finale of Maurice Duruflé’s gently consoling Requiem.
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LonelyPlanetMagIndia Jun 27
Dotted with beautiful villages that sprung up because of the wool trade in the Middle Ages, the Cotswolds, England is home to a fine legacy of churches, mansions and honey-coloured villages that are best explored on foot. p: Steven Heap/123RF
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