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Berkeley Castle set to re-open on May 17 Image

Berkeley Castle set to re-open on May 17

Berkeley Castle - one of the most remarkable buildings in the country - is re-opening on Monday, May 17, to the delight of its owners.

Special art workshop at Llanthony Secunda Priory Image

Special art workshop at Llanthony Secunda Priory

Llanthony Secunda Priory in Gloucester is hosting a special art workshop led by artist William Lindley on Wednesday, May 19.

Customers encouraged to spend their Gloucester Gift Cards Image

Customers encouraged to spend their Gloucester Gift Cards

Supporting Gloucester’s businesses has never been more important after months of coronavirus restrictions, and a new campaign means there’s also never been a better reason.

Be prepared to be surprised on a slow canal trail Image

Be prepared to be surprised on a slow canal trail

A month-long `slow canal trail’ will take place during May to celebrate the beginning of the final stage of canal restoration which will connect the Stroudwater canal to the national inland waterways network.

KT Tunstall set for electrifying evening of rock Image

KT Tunstall set for electrifying evening of rock

Scottish singer-songwriter KT Tunstall is coming to the Stroud Subscription Rooms in the autumn for an electrifying evening of indie rock.

Arts and crafts fair will help animal sanctuary Image

Arts and crafts fair will help animal sanctuary

Teckels animal sanctuary in Gloucester is holding a fundraising Spring Arts and Crafts Fair this month.

Food critic to serve up lunchtime talk Image

Food critic to serve up lunchtime talk

A well-known food critic from Gloucestershire will be giving a lunchtime talk at Chapel Arts in Cheltenham on Tuesday, May 18.

Watercolour workshops in a beautiful setting Image

Watercolour workshops in a beautiful setting

Complete beginners and experienced painters are welcome at outdoor watercolour workshops in the glorious surroundings of Batsford Arboretum, near Moreton-in-Marsh.

Reflecting on God and the pandemic Image

Reflecting on God and the pandemic

How does a scientist and a theologian engage with some of the big questions raised by the pandemic? 

Tetbury Goods Shed to reopen with varied programme of events Image

Tetbury Goods Shed to reopen with varied programme of events

Tetbury Goods Shed is re-opening on Thursday, May 20, and the message is "we can't wait to see everyone!"

Four amazing festive experiences in one place Image

Four amazing festive experiences in one place

Winter Glow promises a world of festive wonder this year, as the Three Counties Showground in Worcestershire is transformed for Christmas 2021.

A real find for Cheltenham coffee lovers Image

A real find for Cheltenham coffee lovers

A businessman who has had a variety of careers ranging from a chartered accountant to garden designer now finds himself running a popular coffee house in Cheltenham.

Cyclists gear up for ride in aid of LINC charity Image

Cyclists gear up for ride in aid of LINC charity

Cyclists are being urged to saddle up this summer and support a charity ride across some beautiful countryside.

The Gruffalo is returning to Westonbirt Image

The Gruffalo is returning to Westonbirt

The Gruffalo is returning to Westonbirt, the National Arboretum with an exciting new augmented reality app

Cotswold Canals Trust charity shop to reopen at new home Image

Cotswold Canals Trust charity shop to reopen at new home

The much-loved Cotswold Canals Trust (CCT) charity book and music shop is set to reopen on Saturday (May 1).

Star names confirmed for return of Cheltenham Jazz Festival Image

Star names confirmed for return of Cheltenham Jazz Festival

Cheltenham Jazz Festival is set to return this weekend with star names taking part in a free-to-view, two-day digital event.

Scottish comic to perform at first Town Hall event post-lockdown Image

Scottish comic to perform at first Town Hall event post-lockdown

Cheltenham Town Hall's first official event since lockdown (subject to the Government roadmap) will be Scottish international comedy star Daniel Sloss.

Hollie Gazzard Trust Walk goes virtual Image

Hollie Gazzard Trust Walk goes virtual

This year's Hollie Gazzard Trust’s Walk is taking place virtually - so you can Walk4Hollie Your Way.

Barn doors set to open again in May Image

Barn doors set to open again in May

The Barn Theatre in Cirencester will reopen on May 18 with a co-production world premiere of Cat Goscovitch’s new play – A Russian Doll.

Celebration of Polish heritage in Gloucestershire Image

Celebration of Polish heritage in Gloucestershire

The Gloucestershire community will be celebrating Polish Heritage Days this weekend for the fifth year running.

Live music returns to the Sub Rooms Image

Live music returns to the Sub Rooms

Laurie Wright, an up-and-coming singer-songwriter from Gloucestershire, is bringing his band to Stroud Sub Rooms on Saturday, May 29.

Record number of young readers visit Not So Secret Book Clubs Image

Record number of young readers visit Not So Secret Book Clubs

During the Easter holidays local reading project Read with me treated children to four Not So Secret Book Club events in Gloucestershire. 

Meet the dinosaurs at Birdland this May Bank Holiday weekend Image

Meet the dinosaurs at Birdland this May Bank Holiday weekend

Intrepid dinosaur hunters and budding palaeontologists are invited to enjoy a weekend of prehistoric fun and adventure at Birdland over the May Bank Holiday (May 1st – 3rd).

Gloucestershire wildlife lovers taking part in City Nature Challenge Image

Gloucestershire wildlife lovers taking part in City Nature Challenge

Nature lovers in Gloucestershire are taking part in a global citizen science project to collect information about our local wildlife.

Cheltenham Science Festival returns for four-day event Image

Cheltenham Science Festival returns for four-day event

Asking the most important questions about the world today, Cheltenham Science Festival returns from June 10-13 with a unique hybrid four-day event.

Coffee shop proves so popular a second is on its way Image

Coffee shop proves so popular a second is on its way

When Ray Dowling opened Moosh coffee shop in Cheltenham during lockdown last June he must have raised a few eyebrows.

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