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Ebrington Village Fete, Saturday 13th July, 2.00pm

Ebrington's traditional village fete and family dog show is held at Ebrington Cricket Ground on the outskirts of the village with wonderful views towards Broad Campden, Paxford and Blockley. Free parking will be available opposite the cricket ground. Entrance is £1 for adults and children over 12. Money raised goes to the church and the village organizations.

A Cornucopia of La Musica D'Italia at Armscote Manor

Orchestra of the Swan are to host an Italian inspired Cornucopia of exquisite music, fine food and wine for their guests in the beautiful gardens of Armscote Manor, home of Roy and Deborah Williams, on Saturday 31st August at 6.00pm

Cotswold Inns & Hotels make it eight with Tetbury's Close Hotel

Close Hotel, the 16th century property in the market town of Tetbury, Gloucestershire - described as a ‘real jewel of the Cotswolds' - has been acquired by Cotswold Inns & Hotels in a deal brokered by specialist property adviser Christie + Co.

Ground-breaking Campaign Reaches Target

Students are lazy, right? Wrong! At least, the students at the University of Gloucestershire certainly aren't, as the University's ground-breaking 10,000 Hours campaign has shown.

Austerity Opera made to inspire next generation

Two enterprising Midlands arts companies are staging a full-scale opera, based on Homer's epics The Iliad & The Odyssey, on a budget that would barely pay for the wardrobe of most opera houses.

Iconic Pittville Hotel in Cheltenham sold to local businessman

One of Cheltenham's best known has been sold at the asking price after going into administration earlier this year.
Sector expert Peter Brunt from Colliers International said The Hotel in Cheltenham's Evesham Road has been bought by an undisclosed local businessman.

French rugby star sells Cheltenham restaurant to first-time operators

One of Montpellier Street, Cheltenham's long-standing French restaurants,

Armagnac, has been sold by specialist restaurant advisers Christie + Co to
first-time buyers, who offer an extensive background and knowledge.

Battered Soul and Harriet Kelley Win

A High School rock band and a 16-year-old girl singer will join the headline acts for Shipston-on-Stour's Last Night of The Proms.

Battered Soul and Harriet Kelley won the event's Fame Contest at Shipston's Townsend Hall on Saturday.

"All of the performers were of a very high standard, but they were clear winners", said Tim Porter, chairman of the organisers".

Jessie May's Head of Fundraising joins the Sodbury Sportive

In recent months staff at Jessie May's Kingswood based office have been seeing a lot less of their Head of Fundraising, Julian Withers. The reason for this is that he has lost 3 stone in the last year having taken up cycling.

Rock Band Web hopes

A Rock Band from South Warwickshire is hoping to be a hit on the internet with the video of their latest single.

Longfellow, who played at Olympic 2012 events last year, is a success story from Shipston Proms.

They won the best band category in last year's Shipston Proms Fame Contest.

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