Join our experienced ranger guides on a free tour of the park as they share how we care for our historic landscape, with a glimpse of the deer too, if you’re lucky. Our park is home to all kinds of wildlife, from our beautiful deer herd through to our ancient trees.
There’s plenty to do in the garden this summer. If you’re visiting us during the summer why not challenge your family and friends to a game of croquet on the Great Lawn or have a go on our tennis court with wooden racquets - just how Lawrence Johnston would have played. With a summer trail to help you.
Roman Numerals Book
We will create a booklet of tactile Roman numerals that can be used for reference and taken to school as a summer project. A wonderful project even for the little ones, but older children can use this little book to aide learning more complex numerals as well.
Join our experienced ranger guides on a free tour of the park as they share how we care for our historic landscape. Our park is home to all kinds of wildlife, from our beautiful deer herd through to our ancient trees. And of course, humans have had their say over this place, too.
Bandit Music Projects
BandiT is a four-day songwriter and band workshop for 60 to 70 students aged 7 to 17. Students throughout the community come together to form bands and to be creative in song writing and performing.
Children’s dinosaur workshops by palaeontologist / artist Aimee-Jane Hacker from Schoolasaurus.
Join Aimee-Jane Hacker from Schoolasaurus for a few hours of creative dinosaur fun and become a mini dinosaur expert!
Discover the wonderful world of Wade this summer - family fun for the summer holiday. Follow the trails around the garden and manor to discover the stories behind the world Charles Paget Wade created at Snowshill. Booking Not Needed. children welcome. Assistance Dogs only are welcome.
Snowshill Manor and Garden, Snowshill, near Broadway
Join us for a very special and personal experience in The Prince of Wales’s gardens! In smaller groups, guests will tour the stunning grounds surrounding Highgrove House with an expert guide and enjoy a delicious champagne afternoon tea in the beautiful setting of the Orchard Restaurant, with music from our resident...
1St August - 1st Sept
Colour and Line
Four artist friends who live and work in the Cotswolds, who are inspired by the landscape and buildings of the area. Each has their own unique approach to painting and the methods they employ are many and varied.
Sanctuary: A place of refuge, safety, peace. Frances Clark-Stone’s new collection of paintings includes responses to places which are dear and familiar to many. Ruskin Mill Gallery, Ruskin Mill, Old Bristol Road, Nailsworth, GL6 0LA.
Tewkesbury Abbey Tower is the largest Norman tower in the world (by area), it offers outstanding views of the Town and countryside around and with just 200 steps to climb is manageable by most, the tour takes about 45 minutes.
The Oxford Sculptors Group is exhibiting over 100 sculptures at Kiftsgate Court Gardens. The setting is spectacular and the beauty of the gardens is known throughout the world. The work shown in the exhibition covers a wide range of size, material and style.
Celebration of Craftsmanship and Design is an annual selling exhibition that hosts many of the finest furniture designer-makers and studio workshops in the British Isles alongside selected artisans from other disciplines such as jewellery, ceramics and art.
Thirlestaine Long Gallery
Discover the Empty Quarters of Oman, the Bedouin people and its endangered wildlife. An expedition team headed by Lifeline artist Julie Askew, with a field biologist, film crew, a culture/history expert, a guest artist and students from Plymouth and Sultan Qaboos University, tell an Arabian tale.
Nature in Art, Wallsworth Hall, Main A38, Twigworth, Gloucester
Curated by Gallery Pangolin, this show is part of our anniversary celebrations – sculptures, prints and drawings by a host of well-known artists including Jon Buck, Lynn Chadwick, Terence Coventry, Anthony Gormley, Peter Randall-Page and Geoffrey Dashwood. All inspired by the wonders of the natural world.
Nature in Art, Wallsworth Hall, Main A38, Twigworth, Gloucester
Tue 21 Aug to Sun 26 Aug, Tue 28 Aug to Sun 2 Sep, Tue 4 Sep to Sun 9 Sep
Have you ever been to a film musical and had the uncontrollable urge to burst into song? Celebrating its 40th birthday join us as we sing along to Grease!
Ever wanted to know what it’s like to be a T-bird or a Pink Lady but never quite felt cool enough to pull it off?
Join us for a morning of mosaic making. We will explore the museum looking for inspiration from the museum’s Roman mosaic collections. During this morning workshop you will create a mosaic tile to take home using colourful, safe glass tiles. All materials and instruction provided.
Based on the award-winning book title ‘Hoot Owl, Maste of Disguise
Meet Hoot Owl, a crafty bird with a talon to amuse. He plans to use his cunning camouflage powers to gobble up the tiny animals of the night. Trouble is, his prey keep escaping! Is Hoot Owl as masterful as he thinks he is?
Identify insects and plants, build dens, cook over an open fire, take part in games and activities and create some wild art work outdoors with Dyrham Park’s wild woodland days! Whatever the weather wild woodland days will involve a wild time in the outdoors! Suitable for 5-11 year olds.
Ever wondered what lurks in the mud? Where does a dragonfly come from? What’s a bloodworm? You’ll be amazed at how much life there is in a seemingly empty pond. Come and see what creeps around in the depths of our pond. Assisted by our staff, you’re sure to see a variety of minibeast life, and learn something new.
RSPB Nagshead Nature Reserve, Parkend, Forest of Dean
Anita Harris, who was recently seen on ITV’s LAST LAUGH IN VEGAS has had a breathtaking career spanning over fifty years which includes treading the boards in Las Vegas as a mere teenager, starring in two Carry On films, gracing the top of the pop charts with hits such as Just Loving You, Anniversary Waltz and
Anita Harris, who was recently seen on ITV’s LAST LAUGH IN VEGAS has had a breath taking career spanning over fifty years which includes treading the boards in Las Vegas as a mere teenager, starring in two Carry On films, gracing the top of the pop charts with hits such as Just Loving You, Anniversary Waltz and
Step back in time and join our costumed interpreter as he tells the story of the Victorian excavation of the site. Meet James Farrer, the Victorian antiquarian who ordered the first excavation of the site we know today as Chedworth Roman Villa.
Emerging from Bristol’s early post-punk scene, back in the eighties one-time roofer Gary Clail began to make musical waves with his white-boy toasting over the dub splendours of the On-U Sound reggae stable as a warm-up at their live shows.