Enjoy the Tudor Fun Day at Sudeley Castle, Sunday, 3 July.
Come with us back to 1535 with a royal visit from Henry VIII and Anne Boleyn who will be delighted to meet you, their loyal subjects, whilst taking in the beautiful gardens and the entertainment of the day. Join them in admiring the grace and skills of the birds of prey with The Falconry School, as they put on a flight display for your pleasure, or get a bit closer and ask how to train your own falcon as they rest in their static display.
St Peter's Summer Fete, 3 July 2016, 12 noon.
The summer Fete is being held in St Peter's Church and churchyard on Sunday afternoon. We hope that it will be as good if not better than last year's fete, with fun for all the family. There will be, a pig roast, traditional games, stalls, raffle, bar, teas/coffee, ice cream and cream teas. If you are able to help, please contact Margaret Bearne, tel: 604593 or speak to Margaret most Sunday's in the church.
Come to Dumbleton Village Craft Fayre - Dumbleton Village Club, Saturday 2 July - 10:00 am to 3:30 pm.
A wide variety of new and returning stallholders selling handmade arts and crafts. Refreshments available all day! Chainsaw carving demonstrations throughout the day
£1 entrance fee - under 12s free. Free parking Stallholders forms and more information available on our website or tel: 01386 881462 Click poster for full details.
Young people join forces for charity
Three young women from very different backgrounds have joined forces to raise money for charity - and are inviting you to join them at this event. Lucinda Thayers - the current Miss Cheltenham - and CCP Youth Ambassadors, Bridie Zulhayir and Indiana Rayfield, will be hosting a barbeque event at Cheltenham Racecourse on Thursday 14th July 2016.
GWR Evening Fish and Chips Specials (The Cheltenham Fryer). The train departs from Toddington Saturday, 9 July at 7:00pm, returning at about 9:30pm. A leisurely Saturday evening ride through the Cotswold countryside with a large fish and chip meal delivered to your reserved seats by our train stewards, what more could you ask? Details
Coffee, cake and advice are on us!
Richard lll at Sudeley Castle
- The official 3D-printed replica of Richard III’s skeleton has been loaned to the Sudeley Castle from the University of Leicester. Join us with Black Knight Historical, 20 - 21 August
, as we travel back into the 15th Century with Richard III and his encampment as they settle at Sudeley for another weekend of medieval life on the road. Families can walk around a medieval living history encampment and watch the costumed craftsmen and women at work, including cookery, jewellery making and illumination of manuscripts.
There will be entertainment by musicians, dancers, knights, a storyteller and more, as well as a special appearance from the great Richard III, who will be present on horseback, ensuring visitors get the full 15th century experience.
Entry is included with General Admission and 12-month passes so come and bring the family for a day of medieval discovery!
Did you see the Julia Bradbury programme on ITV, 'Best Walks with a View'? Come and do it for yourself! It was part of the Cotswold Way from Winchcombe to Cleeve Hill, via Belas Knap and Postlip Hall. Everything you need can be obtained from Winchcombe Tourist Information Centre on the High Street; from a really good footpath map showing (amongst others) that very route - all for £2.20. We have great places to stay and eat and lots more information on places to visit and local walks. Treat yourself, spend a weekend in beautiful Winchcombe.
Winchcombe Country Show - Bank Holiday Monday 29 August 2016
Organisers of the 67th Winchcombe Country Show are promising another bumper show this year. The event takes place on Bank Holiday Monday 29 August at Winchcombe Senior School Playing Fields and brings you the best in country show fun. The annual procession through the pretty Cotswold village will have an Olympic Rio theme this year. The procession which starts at 11.30am from the Abbey Field Centre in Back Lane will feature vintage tractors, fancy dress contestants and the Happenstance Border Morris dancers. The procession will arrive at the show site for 12.00 noon.
Winchcombe Post Office will be closing on 25 June and re-opening on 1 July in the Co-Op.
Winchcombe has a new Riverside Path, initiated by Winchcombe Walkers are Welcome group. The path offers a pleasant riverside stroll which can be enjoyed by walkers of all abilities. It is ideal for pushchairs, wheelchair users and older and less mobile people and is approximately a 1 mile circular route, just 3 minutes from the town.
A leaflet is available from the Tourist Information Centre as well as a RADAR key which disabled people can use to open the gate on the path.
Click leaflets for further details.
Wesley House Restaurant and Wine Bar & Grill, High Street Winchcombe. A series of events are taking place at The Wesley House Restaurant & the Wine Bar and Grill this year. Check out our calendar and read on for further details.
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Tourist Information Centre
01242 602925 Our winter opening hours from November 2015 are Saturday 10-4 and Sunday 10-3.
Please call in and see the full range of books we stock at Winchcombe Tourist Information Centre. You may find a new interest or rediscover the town and the surrounding area through the eyes of local authors. The latest addition to our collection is a bit more unusual, a series of three novels by Bill Page, all set in the fourth century Roman Cotswolds.
DROP IN SERVICE NOW AVAILABLE IN WINCHCOMBE
The Gloucester & District Citizens Advice Bureau are pleased to announce that a drop-in service will be available on the first Monday of each month from 10am to Noon at Abbey Fields Community Centre, Winchcombe, from the 1st September 2014.
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