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Drinkwaters' Ploughing Match at Charingworth, Ebrington

Ploughing. Image (c) National Hedgelaying SocietySunday 18th November 09.30 to 14.00 at Charingworth, Ebrington, Gloucestershire

Andrew Drinkwater is holding another ploughing match at Ebrington by kind permission of Mr and Mrs Grahame Fisher.

Festive family fun with ‘Goward the Coward’

Chalemina performing ‘Sir Goward the Coward’Come in from the cold and be warmed by dragons, knights and fair damsels when theatre company Chalemina perform ‘Sir Goward the Coward and the Feasty Beasty’ at the Corinium Museum next month.

The travelling company will show t

Gold hoard comes home to the Cotswolds

Corinium Museum curator John Paddock and the collection of Bronze Age goldA hoard of valuable Bronze Age gold is in the Cotswolds for good after a 3,000 year old collection went on show at the Corinium Museum in September.

The stash had been staying at the British Muse

Edward Sheldon Annual Wine Fair 2007 - Shipston-on-Stour

Friday 9th November 2007 19.00 - 21.15 New Street, Shipston-on-Stour, Warks.

Edward Sheldon Limited are Independent Wine Merchants who have been trading in Shipston-on-Stour since 1842.
On 9th November they are again holding their annual Wine fair on their premises when you will have the opportunity to taste over 50 wines in the relaxed atmosphere of their shop and cellars.

As well as Edward Sheldon showing their full house selection the following suppliers will be in attendance:-
Burridges of Arlington St.

Council cash on offer to nature nurturers

Cotswold Water Park deputy warden Chris WalkerSmall-scale projects to improve nature and landscape in the Cotswold Water Park still have the chance to grab cash grants of up to £500.

The grants, on offer until early 2008, are aimed at community projects which will enhance the already-thriving w

Cotswold's plea to PM over plans to move fire staff

Cotswold councillors have called on the Government to abandon plans to move Gloucestershire’s Fire Control staff to Taunton.

A meeting of Cotswold District Council backed a motion resolving to write to the Prime Minister and the Secretary of State for Communities and Local Government, Hazel Blears, strongly urging a review of policy.

The motion, put forward by Cllr Deryck Nash and seconded by Cllr Sue Jepson, called upon all the MPs of the county to sign a petition on the 10 Downing Street website to save the Tri-Service Control at Quedgeley, near Gloucester.

Councillors fear that mov

Fosse Gallery - June Redfern, A Major Exhibition of Recent Work

June Redfern, On the West Coast, Watercolour, (c) June RedfernSaturday 10th November to Friday 30th November - Fosse Gallery Fine Art Stow-on-the-Wold

This is June Redfern's second solo exhibition at the Fosse Gallery Stow-on-the-Wold.

Born in St Andrews, Fif

Make Bronze Age jewellery at Museum session

Silver Wrist Workshop (c) Corinium Museum 2007Master the art of Bronze Age metal working at an adult day session being held in Cirencester later this month.

Keen metal workers are invited to the Corinium Museum in Park Street on Saturday November 17th, where they can make a

Master mosaic making at Moreton session

Mosaic Mirror (c) Debbie Stirling 2007Put your creative skills to the test in Moreton on the Marsh this month when the Moreton Area Centre hosts a mirror-making art event.

The single day session - which takes place on Tuesday November 13th – will allow keen pupils to make their own mosaic

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