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A Gloucestershire Ploughman’s Lunch

Gloucestershire is renowned for its fine produce and specialities. When you fancy an al fresco lunch, nothing could be finer than some fresh crusty bread, farm butter, Gloucester cheese, tomatoes, lettuce and pickles with a glass of pure apple juice or a glass of cider made from Gloucestershire’s ancient orchards. This combination of foods is […]

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St. Mary's Church in Gloucestershire

Ghostly Gloucestershire – England’s Most Haunted County!

Gloucestershire is allegedly the most haunted county in England. Perhaps all of this ghostly activity is a legacy of the geographic position and the battles that were fought here, most famously the War of the Roses and the pivotal Battle of Tewkesbury. According to the folklore, you are likely to encounter a ghost quite regularly. […]

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Summer 2012 Accommodation

We’re delighted to announce that, apart from a week in November, and a couple of weeks each in both December and January, Cooks Green Holiday Cottage is now booked up until the end of the April of 2012. Having filled up for the whole first quarter of the year, April the 28th 2012 is currently […]

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Great Theatres Near Us

One of the most renowned Gloucestershire arts and entertainment venues is the Everyman Theatre in Cheltenham. It offers attendees a full line-up of performances, shows and special events covering the various genres of arts from opera, dance, drama and ballet to music and comedy. There is also the ever popular family panto. The theatre was […]

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The Three Counties Showground

When looking for the perfect place for both outdoor and indoor show, the Three Counties Showground is the place to go. It offers the usual camping and convoy facilities to their customers which draws more crowds to the venue. It is situated in Malvern, Worcestershire and the famous annual agricultural show is held in this […]

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Places to enjoy a walk in Gloucestershire

Taking a walk in the countryside has some great advantages. It is refreshing, healthy, uplifting, and very relaxing. While walking in Gloucestershire you get to enjoy the scenery. You take in the fresh air, experience the gentle breeze, see the beautiful flowers, hear the birds sing, and feel the touch of the countryside. (more…)

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An inscription found in Odda's Chapel from 1056

More about Odda

As promised in our post about Odda’s Chapel, Deerhurst last week, here’s a little more about Odda: (more…)

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Gloucestershire on Country Tracks

Yesterday’s Country Tracks with Liz Bonnin on BBC One was the second episode in the series and it took her through our beautiful county of Gloucestershire. Did you see it?! (more…)

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A lovely relaxing break in the Gloucestershire countryside

Thank you Su and Len for a lovely relaxing break in the Gloucestershire countryside. The cottage is lovely and we were very comfortable. We hope to return sometime in the future. Very best wishes. – Pete, Norma & Bracken, The New Forest

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