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New series of Cotswolds walking routes launched for Diamond Jubilee

A brand new series of circular walking route guides has been launched to help more people enjoy and explore the Cotswolds Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.

Olympics pop up in craft show; You can't get away from the Olympics

Everybody is talking about the Olympics. Have you got tickets? Is the torch coming to your town? And the people of Chipping Campden have a special reason to be interested: Campden was where the Olympic Games started, with Robert Dover's Olimpick Games, first held on Dover's Hill above the town, four hundred years ago. The London bid for the Olympics included a reference to this centenary.

Björn Again join Steps for Westonbirt Arboretum Concert

Björn Again will appear as special guest of Steps at Westonbirt Arboretum this summer as part of Forestry Commission Live Music.

Celebrate the Queen's Jubilee with the Forestry Commission - We've got the space, you bring the picnic!

Looking to hold a get together to celebrate the Queen's Diamond Jubilee

but don't have the space? Round up your friends and family and head to
your local Forestry Commission woodland on Sunday 3 June.

Celebrate the Queen's Jubilee with the Forestry Commission - We've got
the space, you bring the picnic!


Cotswold Way takes a different route

The first major route change on the Cotswold Way National Trail for the last three years has opened through Lineover Wood near Cheltenham.

University of Gloucestershire Geographer Secures Prestigious Funding

Dr David Milan will be using state-of-the-art technology to help understand the legacy of devastating flooding in one of the world's most important game reserves.

Restoring Rivers For the Future at University of Gloucestershire

River Restoration Workshop, University of Gloucestershire, Francis Close Hall, Swindon Road, Cheltenham, GL50 4AZ. Thursday 10 May-Friday 11 May, 2012.

Restoring rivers to their former glory is at the heart of a two day workshop at the University of Gloucestershire.

Forestry Commission's Forest Xplorer app comes to Android

Forestry Commission England's free app, Forest Xplorer, has just got even better. Not only is the ultimate guide to the forest now available on android phones, but it has an easy event finder so you always know what's happening in your local woodland.

Mad Neolithic Tea Party and Astronomy at the Rollright Stones

On Saturday 28th April , The Rollright Trust and the Chipping Norton Amateur Astronomy Group will be hosting a 'Mad Neolithic Tea Party' and Spring MoonWatch 2012 at the Rollright Stones near Chipping Norton.

Celebrate traditional woodland management at Westonbirt Silk Wood Spring Fair

From Saturday 5th May to Monday 7th May 2012, traditional woodland workers will celebrate their skills at the Forestry Commission's National Arboretum at Westonbirt.

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