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"Surrealism Returns" at Cheltenham Art Gallery & Museum

Saturday 27th September – Sunday 23rd November 2008  - Cheltenham Art Gallery & Museum
Significant Surrealist works of art return to Gloucestershire at Cheltenham Art Gallery & Museum to celebrate a momentous chapter in the history of Surrealism. Drawn from collections all over Britain, visitors can enjoy seeing pictures and sculptures by key artists of the movement including Pablo Picasso, Joan Miró, Roland Penrose, Henry Moore, Paul Nash, Man Ray, Edward Burra and Yves Tanguy.

Government maintains blindspot on the dangers of the missing link in the Cotswolds

Following the recent publication of a report from the Highways Agency to find the optimal solution for the "Missing Link" on the A417 road from Swindon to Gloucester, Cotswold MP Geoffrey Clifton-Brown called an Adjournment Debate last Monday 21st April 2008.

The Cotswold Male Voice Choir are singing at Mickleton

Saturday 5th April 19.30 King George's Hall, Mickleton, Gloucestershire
The Cotswold Male Voice Choir are singing a broad repertoire of eighteen songs including Unchained Melody, Love is All Around, Some Enchanted Evening, You'll Never Walk Alone, When I Fall in Love and When The Saints Go Marchin' In.

Cotswolds MP overwhelmed by response to Post Office Meetings

Seven public meetings organised by Cotswolds MP Geoffrey Clifton-Brown took place this weekend in Rendcomb, Stratton, Weston-sub-Edge, Blockley, Guiting Power, Aldsworth and Meysey Hampton to discuss the closure of these Post Offices and those in the surrounding areas.

Medieval monarch talks to take place in Stow

King Edward II, Source: WikipediaThe life and legend of controversial English monarch King Edward II will be the subject of a series of afternoon lectures in Stow in the Wold next month.

Gloucester Tall Ships Festival 2007

Tall shipsFriday 26th October - Monday 29th October Gloucester Docks

The first Gloucester Tall Ships Festival will have four tall ships sailing up The Gloucester and Sharpness Canal, following the historic trading route to Gloucester,

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