Here are a few links to local sights and attractions in our area..
English Heritage maintains a range of local ruins and remains. Enjoy the beauty, tranquility and wonder of England’s Heritage.
Click here to visit the English Heritage site
Founded as the New Theatre & Opera House in 1891, Cheltenham’s re-christened Everyman Theatre returned to its roots as a touring theatre in 1995.
Click here to visit the Everyman site
A great opportunity to see some horse racing superstars.
Click here to visit the Cheltenham Racecourse site
Cotswold Way runs between the market town of Chipping Campden in the north and the city of Bath in the south.
The Gloucestershire Way is a long-distance footpath, in the English county of Gloucestershire. Going from Chepstow to Tewksbury and linking into Worcestershire Way.
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Cheltenham is the venue for a range of arts festivals.
For actual dates check out Cheltenham Festivals
Performing Arts – May
Wychwood Music Festival – May
Cricket – 11th – July
Ballroom Dancing – August
Celebration of Craftsmanship & Design – August
Greenbelt – August
Screenwriters – August
Royal International Air Tattoo
RAF Fairford held every year in July. Check link for latest dates.
Gloucestershire Steam Extravaganza
Kemble Airfield .
Not an air show, but included here because it is hosted at Kemble and includes a vintage fly-in, although the main attraction is the extraordinary collection of steam engines.
The Cotswold Gateway
There are many lovely gardens to visit in the Cotswolds, so why not treat yourself to a few days away . The Gardens in the Cotswolds will not disappoint you.
Cities, Town, Shopping, Farmers Markets
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