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Sudeley Castle closed until further notice

Sudeley Castle and Gardens has closed until further notice in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic.

A statement on the castle website says: "Due to the recent government announcement regarding Covid-19, we have taken the difficult decision to close Sudeley Castle and Gardens until further notice.

"Upcoming day visitor events have been cancelled and we have listed updates for other events below. We will update this page with further information as more announcements are made by the government.

"Anyone with pre-booked admission tickets will be able to automatically transfer their tickets to another date this season, once we have re-opened."


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Any group with a booking during our closure period will be contacted by a member of the team to reschedule your visit.

Sudeley Castle events including Mother's Day, Easter/The Great Little Chick Hunt, May Half Term/Circus School and Festival of Tudor Life are all cancelled.

For externally organised events on the estate but but not organised or managed by the castle, such as Giffords Circus, the Fantasy Forest Festival and Great British Food Festival, people should contact the organisers directly for an update.

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