Top five things to do this weekend in Gloucestershire
This weekend, whether you enjoy enriching culture or being active, there is plenty to do in the county of Gloucestershire.
Where: Start Trier Way, Gloucester, finish Gloucester Park
When: Sunday, May 19
The event on Sunday, May 19, is being organised by former international athlete turned UK Athletics Ultra distance coach Norman Wilson and his wife Anne.
Entries are being encouraged from those looking to embrace healthier and more active lifestyles, and anyone raising money for charity is most welcome.
To find out more about how you can take part, visit Cityofgloucester10k.org.uk
Where: Westonbirt Arboretum, near Tetbury
When: Friday, May 17, and Saturday May 18
The Arboricultural Association Show 2019 will take place in the idyllic setting of Westonbirt Arboretum tomorrow (Friday) and Saturday.
Always a highlight on the annual calendar, the ARB show sees arborists and other tree care professionals come together to celebrate the science of trees, to discover the latest tools and kit, and much more.
Where: Taurus Crafts, Lydney, GL15 6BU
Date: Sunday, May 19, 11am-5pm
Taurus Crafts' May Market is a chance for foodie families to have a great day out with a festival-feel in the Forest of Dean.
This Sunday's market, with free entry, will include food, drink, activities, music and demonstrations.
Three-piece Banshee ceilidh band will be providing musical entertainment.
The market showcases the best of local food and drink from the region and adds a little more to create a great atmosphere for all visitors.
For more information, visit www.tauruscrafts.co.uk or call 01594 844841.
Where: Charingworth Court, Winchcombe, GL54 5JN
When: May 18, 19, 22
A Winchcombe couple are opening their artistic and lovingly created one and half acre garden for several days as part of the National Gardens Scheme.
Richard and Susan Wakeford's open garden at Charingworth Court, Winchcombe, GL54 5JN will coincide with an annual sculpture exhibition which is hosted by the couple.
Where: Blackfriars Priory, off Southgate Street, Gloucester
When: Friday, May 17, and Saturday, May 18, 11.30am-11pm
The 7th Gloucester CAMRA Beer & Cider Festival is taking place on May 17 to 18 and will once again be hosted in the historic Blackfriars Priory, off Southgate Street, in Gloucester.
Around 90 ales and 30 ciders will be on offer, plus a selection of wine and prosecco.
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