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Cotswold Farm Park Flower Field opens soon

Adam Henson's Cotswold Farm Park's Flower Field opens to visitors on Saturday, July 3.

The Guiting Power attraction will be rejoicing in a rainbow of natural colour this summer, as it celebrates the important role wildflowers have in conservation.

There will be a stunning array of wildflowers, with the ever-popular sunflowers due to bloom around mid-August.

Against the glorious backdrop of rolling Cotswold hills, the beautiful Flower Field display promises to provide the perfect setting for summer snaps and happy memories.

Climb the viewpoint bridge, follow the floral pathways and soak in the smells, sounds and views. All the while, learning a thing or two about wildflowers, bees, butterflies, insects and why conservation in our countryside is so important.

Cornfield annuals, poppies, corn chamomile, cornflowers, corncockles and red campion will all be on show, varying slightly in their bloom time. Sunflowers will be accessible from July, but will bloom around mid-August.

The Flower Field will be free to enter for all Farm Park visitors and campsite guests during its opening dates. Flower Field only tickets will also be available for those who don't wish to enter the Farm Park.

Also at the Cotswold Farm Park, there's just a couple of weeks to go until it welcomes its first guests to the Strawberry's Field glamping experience.

This is the perfect family escape or group getaway, but if you're looking to book at the same time as friends, booking is recommended soon as the field is filling up fast, with some dates sold out.

Strawberry's Field includes festival-themed, luxury bell tents, each sleeping up to five people, luxury glamping toilets and showers, a central chillout tent and fire pit area and on-site shop, bar and restaurant.

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