Dumbleton Village Club is holding a second Summer Craft Fayre and Barbecue on Saturday August 16th. They have a wide range of clever and unusual craftspeople coming to showcase their talent.
The first fayre in April was a real success and they hope to make this one just as good. There will be over 35 stall holders to see, a bumper barbacue for all the family, face painting, fair games, live music in the garden and even candyfloss!
The fayre will take place between 10am and 3.30pm with entrance just £1 with children under 12 going free. There will also be free parking, so come along and enjoy the fun.
Colour and Flowers come to Winchcombe...
Winchcombe took delivery of 20 flowering, colourful, hanging baskets to help enhance the town; improve the appearance and encourage visitors and residents to stop and shop in the town.
Martin from Martin Evison Gardening Services, Broadway Road, has done the baskets this year and delivered them to various businesses at the weekend. A local volunteer, Ian Shurgold is helping with the watering 2 days a week to keep the baskets flowering.
Organised by the Winchcombe Business Forum, the new chariman, Steve Meredith was keen to help and support this initiative within the town. The Forum would like to thank all the businesses who have taken part.
What's happening to the Town Hall.....
The 2014 series of Guided Town Walks, which are supported by the Winchcombe Business Forum, start again on Easter Sunday and run until October.
They take place at 11 am and 2.30pm every Sunday, starting at the TIC; they are for anyone, visitor or resident, who is interested in the fascinating history of Winchcombe – from ancient Saxon Borough to WW2 and beyond.
They are short and easy: designed to be accessible to all, 1–1¼ hours, less than a mile, all on pavements around the town centre.