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Pete Grimmitt Aug 1
Corn Bunting with a Water Shrimp. Some lucky chick was in for a good meal
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Harriet Rycroft 23h
I hate to break it to you, boys and girls, but it’s looking a little *whispers* autumnal here.
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Dianna Mannhart Aug 14
Just home from a week in the and I've got to say that this water front restaurant was the best find ever. We had an awesome French welcome and a delicious lunch on the terrace overlooking the river
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The Chatty Gardener Jul 26
A blast of colour for today's It's a very wet start to the week here in the Let's hope things improve!
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Animal adoptions UK πŸ•β€πŸ¦ΊπŸˆπŸŽβ€οΈ Aug 6
Please RETWEET to help Micky find a home aged 4 loves human company, walks and a cuddle but find other dogs daunting so best as only pet and adult home, good on the lead, active πŸΆπŸŽΎπŸ˜€
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Jessica Sykes Jul 12
Beautiful day in the sun surrounded by lavender (and bees 🐝) πŸ’•β˜€οΈ @ Cotswold Lavender
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Natalie Kleinman Aug 6
Holly's settling well in the when torrential rain wreaks havoc Will her new business survive? Will the town pull through? Can Adam & Holly weather their own storm? She always has Tubs to cuddle when she's feeling down
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Paul Watkins 4m
A few recent Bee images taken on Cleeve Hill lower slopes..any chance of an identification by anyone?…
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Adam Henson Jul 20
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Glos Warks Railway 13m
The first day trains went well today, next is on Tuesday 18th. NO TRAINS running tomorrow (Sunday), you may be disappointed if you turn up πŸ™„ Afternoon trains are proving popular, if you want a seat, book early at:
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Broadway Cotswolds Aug 4
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Kevin Gardner Aug 3
My staycationing advice for this summer - wherever you visit, support your local Mind shop!
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Ciren Town Council Aug 13
What lovely news, like we didn’t know how lovely Cirencester is!
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Roman Britain News Jul 21
Arverus was a tile maker producing in the area, and from the looks of his rather fly stamp, you probably weren't anyone in the without a bit of Arveri on your roof. πŸ“Έ:Β© Corinium Museum
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Kirsty Hartsiotis πŸ‡ͺπŸ‡Ί Aug 5
A quick step into for (ish) and late by M E Rope at Lydiard Millicent, 1964. Inspired by the Benedicite, O all ye Works of the Lord. Images: Michael Nicholls and (details) Amanda Slater.
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The Chatty Gardener Jul 19
A beautiful start to the week here in the and the phlox are flowering in time for Have a good week, everyone
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Bob Jul 26
It is a grey old morning so here is a close up of one of the Roebucks I was fortunate to photograph early Sunday morning.
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Cotswold Tours & Travel Jul 23
The Cotswold Lavender FarmπŸ’œThis is the last week before the season is over. The Cotswold Lavender Farm is a great social distancing activity & fun for all ages. Whether it’s a day out in the country or if you just want clear your mind in the open air this is perfect!
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Caroline Benyon Aug 5
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Animal adoptions UK πŸ•β€πŸ¦ΊπŸˆπŸŽβ€οΈ Aug 10
Please retweet to help Halley find a home πŸ‡¬πŸ‡§ Aged 6-12 months, looking for experienced active home, with time to train and be around for initially, good with older children, good on the lead, best as only pet but ok with dogs out ⚽️
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