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The Street Banners Exciting news, The Street Banners are up again giving a cheery look to our Town.  They are supplied and erected by Winchcombe Town...

Nature Notes April Spring is well and truly with us and has been officially, since the beginning of March. March produced some very pleasant sun and r...

Cotswold Beer Festival We’re delighted to announce that the Cotswold Beer Festival is back!  From Friday 15th July to Sunday 17th July, the 44th Co...

Outdoor Theatre at Sudeley Castle The Lord Chamberlain’s Men – with a history stretching back to William Shakespeare himself – invite yo...

Great British Food Festival Come along to The Great British Food Festival at Sudeley Castle, 18 – 19 June. Combining the nation’s love of ...

Spring Home & Gardens Open Air Fair We hope you will join us again this year at Sudeley Castle on Thu 28 Apr – Sun 1 May, for a unique outdoor s...

Free Town Walks These popular Free Town Walks resume on Easter Sunday, 17th April 2022 and continue until the end of September. We will be offering ou...

Trees for Winchcombe The Queen’s Green Canopy comes to Winchcombe with the Trees for Winchcombe campaign, to celebrate the Queen’s Platinum Ju...

St Peters Church Fete Come along for lots of FREE family fun at St Peter’s Church Fete, Winchcombe, on Saturday 2 July, 12 – 5pm. St Peter...

Winchcombe Park The official OPENING DATE  for Winchcombe Park will be  Saturday 26 March. The new facility will offer a wide range of activities, a...

Winchcombe Nature Notes – February Since my last Nature Notes we have endured almost three winter months of varying weather. December seemed pla...

Winchcombe Green Town Promoting green initiatives around the town, ‘Winchcombe Green Town’ is a group of like minded people striving for a...

Oak House – Open Garden A beautiful one acre secret garden divided into rooms, Oak House, Gretton is a delight to the senses.  Gradually develo...

Stanway Fountain & Water Garden 20 acres of planted landscape in early C18 formal setting.  The restored canal, upper pond and fountain have re-c...

Charingworth Court Open Garden – Winchcombe Artistically and lovingly created, Charingworth Court, is a 1½ acre garden  surrounding a restored...

The Gate – Winchcombe Spring is in the air and thoughts turn to beautiful gardens, The Gate in Winchcombe being one of them. The garden will be ...

Fantasy Forest at Sudeley Castle The one-stop event for lovers of sci-fi, fantasy, reenactment, games and more, Fantasy Forest at Sudeley Castle, 15 &...

Giffords Circus at Sudeley Castle Experience the magic of Giffords Circus at Sudeley Castle from 19 – 30 May. Giffords Circus is a vintage villa...

Winchcombe Cotswolds Walking Festival A scaled back autumn Walking Festival was held in October 2021 due to Covid, and Winchcombe Cotswolds Walking Fe...

Winchcombe Nature Notes – November The temperatures for November have been much higher than ‘for the time of year’, as I’ve heard the weat...

Winchcombe Nature Notes – October Summer has moved inexorably into autumn and at last some our native trees are starting to develop the colours ...

Winchcombe Film Society A terrific season of films from Winchcombe Film Society commencing,  Friday 29 October 2021.   Opening with a stunning Oscar...

Winchcombe Nature Notes – August A change of residence, albeit temporarily, has meant a reduction in casual observations of our natural world. A...

Winchcombe Nature Notes – June With a move of house dominating my focus over recent weeks, nature has taken something of a back seat. It’s sti...

Nature Notes – May The month of May followed April’s relative drought with the exact opposite. Not only was it particularly wet but it was als...

Winchcombe Meteorite It is unusual for Winchcombe to make the national news, let alone international media and TV, but the Winchcombe Meteorite’s ar...

Winchcombe Nature Notes – April Weatherwise, April had it all. A spell of beautiful days with unseasonally  warm temperatures led to clear skie...

Gateway Town Winchcombe Town Council is delighted to announce the inclusion of Winchcombe as a Gateway Town in the ‘Cotswold Gateway ProjectR...

GWSR is Back GWSR ran its first post-lockdown public train service on 15 August,  five months to the day since services were brought to an abrupt hal...

Stagecoach Timetable At the moment Cleeve Hill is open albeit temporarily.   Roadworks are still necessary on Cleeve Hill and will continue presumab...

Tourist Information Centre Hooray…our Tourist Information Centre is up and running again in the fabulous new Winchcombe Museum, situated on the ...

Winchcombe Museum Needs You! Coronavirus The Trustees have decided that in view of the latest Government advice on coronavirus, in order to safeguard ...

All Terrain Mobility Scooter Route Did you know, the Cotswold Wardens have created an ‘all terrain mobility scooter’ route along the Sudeley Valle...

The Merry Mouse at The Royal Oak The Merry Mouse is infact a true mobile deli loaded with all types of pies, artisan cheeses, chutneys, eggs and scotc...

Secret Garden at Sudeley Castle One of the most romantic gardens in the Cotswolds is celebrating a milestone this summer. The beautiful Secret Garden ...

Coronavirus Covid-19: Gloucestershire County Council are closing all County Council run libraries and Community Access points from Monday 23 March unt...

Follow Julia Bradbury’s Footsteps Did you see the Julia Bradbury programme on ITV, ‘Best Walks with a View’?  Come  and do it for ...

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