Winchcombe Live, Season 4, Autumn/Winter programme. 'Tasty' roots, blues and American music; all set to be 'cool' and 'hot'! See you at the White Hart, High St, Winchcombe on the third Friday of the month, for 'Tasty Musical Morsels'-
Bring your family and friends to Winchcombe School Association Quiz Night, on Friday 26 February. 7pm for 7:30 start. Licensed Bar - Raffle - Nibbles on Tables - Max 8 per team. £5 Adult, £3 child in advance, or £6 on the door. Tickets from the School Finance Office or Keelings Newsagents. Come along and chase away the 'winter blues'. Click poster for full details.
Come to the Easter Parade in aid of Marie Curie
Flower Arranging with Fabulous Flowers plus afternoon tea followed by a raffle of the stunning arrangements (don’t forget Mother’s Day 6th March).
Saturday March 5th at 2pm
Winchcombe School, Greet Road, GL54 5LB
Coventry Building Society
Winchcombe Tourist Information Centre
Margaret Wadsworth, 17 Wincel Road, Winchcombe, GL54 5YE
On the first Tuesday of every month, the White Hart in the High Street holds its Folk Night. They are all Open Nights, welcoming all comers to sing, play or listen.
Each guest performer plays two half hour sets in the evening, giving plenty of time for songs from the floor.
Entry fees for Folk clubs can be annoyingly complicated (performing/ non performing, member/ non-member etc.) so we keep it simple by making it free but collecting for charities at appropriate times, or collecting for our guest performers on their nights.
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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Marchants have issued their autumn timetable which features some timetable changes to the existing 606 service and introduces the W1 and W2 services. These services will provide a fast, regular service between Winchcombe and Cheltenham. also stopping in Bishops Cleeve, Gotherington, Gretton and Greet (replacing the old 527 route). The trial 606S Sunday service is to be maintained and Marchants will now be also running the new T service Bishops Cleeve and Te. wkesbury.
Click here to see the updated timetables.
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.
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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