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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.

The first new Boundary Stones in Gloucestershire for over 100 years

Ebrington Parish, near Chipping Campden, Gloucestershire GL55 6NA, is going to

The London 2012 Olympic Torch Relay is coming to Chipping Campden

Sunday 1st July 2012 is the date to put in your diary and get ready to grab the best viewing spot.

On that day the London 2012 Olympic Torch Relay will pass through Chipping Campden, Gloucestershire. 

Gloucestershire Family History Society at Nature in Art

Thursday September 23rd 2010, 10am-3pm
Nature in Art, Twigworth, Gloucester GL2 9PA
 

Museums join forces to uncover the past, thanks to youth grant

The Corinium Museum has been one of three beneficiaries after the Heritage Lottery Fund awarded a £25,000 grant to help support young people's understanding of the past.

Past and present writing styles on show at Cotswold Museum

Writing styles from ancient times to the modern day are explored at the Corinium Museum next month through a calligraphy exhibition.

‘The Long Tradition' exhibition, being held at the Cirencester museum from May 9th - June 21st, will examine the development of western calligraphy, studying early Greek writing through to modern computer-designed letters and forms.

See the Thames through past and present photos at the Corinium Museum

Views of the River Thames from the past 125 years will be on show at the Corinium Museum this summer thanks to images from past and present photographers.

The ‘In the Footsteps of Henry Taunt' photography exhibition will run at the Cirencester museum from Sunday July 5th to Saturday September 5th and will show fascinating views of the Thames through historical and contemporary photograp

Get hands on with two new Cotswold Museum activities

Two new hands-on activities at the Corinium Museum will allow visitors to ‘come to their senses' in a bid to understand the past.

The Cotswold District Council venue in Cirencester has introduced two interactive activity stations, one based on smells and aromas and based in the Roman Gallery, while a second tests your brain power with a range of riddles.

The past comes alive thanks to Cotswold Museum events

Get to grips with prehistoric life with a series of events to promote National Science and Engineering Week at the Corinium Museum this month.

Enjoy a colourful look at the past with Cotswold Museum session

Have a colourful look at the past when the Corinium Museum hosts a fun family action-packed workshop on Sunday March 8th.

Rainbow Science, which is connected to National Science and Engineering week, is a family learning event which will look at the fascinating use and meaning of colour in times gone by.

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