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Cotswolds annual dry-stone walling competition to take place at Gatcombe Park

The spectacular Gatcombe Park Estate, home of HRH The Princess Royal and her family, will be the setting for this year's Cotswolds Dry Stone Walling Competition which is taking place on Sunday, 7th October.

Dry stone wallers achieve new heights

Two dry stone wallers trained in the Cotswolds Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB) are on their way to becoming master craftsmen after successfully completing an advanced dry stone walling qualification with the help of the Cotswolds Conservation Board.

University of Gloucestershire welcomes Community to Allotment

The University of Gloucestershire is inviting the local community to help an allotment thrive at its Park campus.

The growing space, next to the buildings south of Park Place, is a hidden garden complete with a large greenhouse and plenty of growing opportunities for community members and students alike.

Darren to walk the River Severn in eight days to raise funds for Sport Malawi

Darren Leader has challenged himself to walk the 220 miles of the River Severn in eight days to raise funds for the University of Gloucestershire's award-winning Sport Malawi project.

Public invited to have their say on the future management of the Cotswolds Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty

The Cotswolds Conservation Board is inviting residents of Stroud and the surrounding Gloucestershire area to have their say on how the Cotswolds Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB) is managed in the future.

Gloucester Market in Oils - at Chorley's on Thursday 24th May 2012

One of the more interesting topical lots in Chorley's Fine Art sale on Thursday, 24th May 2012 is Lot 283, an oil painting of the Old Cattle Market in Gloucester, expected to realise between £1,000 - 1,500.

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.

AGA ladies' point-to-point championship reaches its climax at Cheltenham

Wednesday May 2nd at Cheltenham - the home of jump racing - sees the thrilling climax to a season of AGA-sponsored ladies' point-to-point racing with not one but two championship titles at stake...

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.

The first new Parish Boundary Stones in Gloucestershire for over 100 years

Ebrington, Gloucestershire does it again - this North Cotswold village has come up with an unique and lasting legacy for the Queen's Jubilee

On February 6th 2012 Queen Elizabeth 11 celebrated 60 years on the throne. It is only the second Diamond Jubilee in a thousand years of monarchs. No one alive now is likely to see one again.

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