KATHY PRIDDIS: colourful abstract-realist bird paintings PLUS quirky ceramic hares, such as Hare on Guitar and Hare on Banjo. PLUS Ceramic Buddy Benches with figurines, eg: ’Pigeon Fancier’, ’Star-Gazer’, ’The Big Catch’.
PREVIEW Friday 6th July 6.30-8pm
The Community Garden is a three and a half acre site in the centre of Ross. The project works mainly with adults with learning disabilities, mental health illnesses, dementia and those who are long term unemployed. Plants are for sale.
An evening of eclectic acoustic music from critically acclaimed trio Whalebone. The award winning instrumental trio, whose blend of Celtic folk music interwoven with strands of rock, Americana and Eastern European tradition has earned them a following both in the U.K.
Gorsley Village Hall, Quarry Lane, Gorsley, Ross-on-Wye
Mike Swash is a local photographer who captures the beauty and majesty of nature in his landscapes and intimate aspects of wildlife in his photographs. Made in Ross are delighted that Mike will be exhibiting in the gallery for the month of June.
Made in Ross Gallery, upstairs in the Market House in the centre of the historic town of Ross-on-Wye
Country garden, approx 2 acres, surrounded by farmland and old orchards. Lawns and large sweeping mixed herbaceous borders with over 100 roses. Formal kitchen garden and beautiful rose arbour leading to lake and summerhouse with a variety of water lilies and carp. All shared with peacocks and ducks.
Coleford will be abuzz with music revellers during its summer festival, taking place on Saturday 14th & Sunday 15th July 2018, with live music performances played across four different stages over the weekend in the town centre.
Formal and informal gardens approx 4 acres in woodland setting. Herbaceous borders, hosta collection, mature trees, shrubs and seasonal bedding. Gently sloping lawns. Statuary and found sculpture, local limestone, rockwork and pools. Woodland garden, wild flower meadow and indigenous orchids.
KATHY PRIDDIS Pottery for the home, including jugs, mugs, bowls, teapots, vases, etc PLUS ceramic animal sculpture: horses, hares, otters, foxes, owls - all high-fired and glazed with local clays PLUS water colour and pastel paintings of local scenes & cards
Round Oak Cottage, Hoarwithy Rd, Bridstow, Ross-on-Wye
Join us as we take an evening stroll looking for nocturnal wildlife such as the mysterious nightjar, woodcock, owls, wild boar, deer, bats and much more. You never quite know what you are going to bump into on these exciting walks! Don’t forget your insect repellent.
RSPB Nagshead Nature Reserve, Parkend, Forest of Dean
Cider, Sausage and Steam returns again on 2018. A day full of local music, local craft ciders and artisan sausages. This event can be enjoyed by the whole family. Visit our website for more information.
Relax and enjoy a gentle stroll in the reserve where we take in the sights and sounds of the woodland. We’ll be looking for beautiful butterflies and dragonflies gliding through the rides, take notice of the wildflowers and searching out the harder to spot bugs which prefer to hide in damp places.
RSPB Highnam Woods, A40 Gloucester - Ross Rd at Churcham.
Peaceful country garden in 2 acres with stunning views of surrounding countryside. High walls provide a backdrop for rambling roses, clematis, and honeysuckles. Organic garden with large variety of perennials, annuals, shrubs and specimen trees with yr-round colour. Vegetable garden, wildlife and formal ponds.
40 acres of Victorian landscaped gardens surrounding magnificent Grade I house (not open), set out by artist Thomas Gambier Parry. Lakes, shrubberies and listed Pulhamite water gardens with grottos and fernery. Exciting ornamental lakes, and woodland areas.
Bring out the Turner within and create your own watercolour masterpiece with tips and guidance from Kymin volunteer, Lavinia. Experienced water-colourist, Lavinia O’Brien, will be helping visitors to create their own water-colour painting. Suitable for experienced painters and beginners alike.
12 noon - 5pm vintage tractors, bouncy castle, in field below the church yard. Vintage and local wedding gown display and raffle in the church. Car boot sale, tombola, skittles, carousel, home produce and refreshments at the Babington, classic cars from 1pm at the school car park (2:30pm tour).
Bring out the Turner within and create your own watercolour masterpiece with tips and guidance from Kymin volunteer, Lavinia.
Experienced water-colourist, Lavinia O’Brien, will be helping visitors to create their own water-colour painting. Suitable for experienced painters and beginners alike.
Ever fancied trying your hand at water colouring' Well now’s your chance. Talented painter Lavinia will help you create your own water colour painting. Whether you are an experienced painter or this is your first time. All materials provided free of charge. Tea and home made cakes available to buy.
Annual Hog Roast on Redbrook Millennium Green, FREE event, Bands/Music - starting 3pm - Hog Roast, Burgers and Hot Dogs, Veggie option by The Green Donkey, Bouncy Castle, Licenced Bar from 1pm, Raffle - All proceeds to go to the upkeep of Redbrook Millennium Green a green open space for everyone to freely
A fast-paced hilarious new adaptation by Derek Webb from HG Wells’ classic story. The thought of invisibility – and the advantages it could bring to someone – is one which has captured the imagination of millions since the classic HG Wells’ story The Invisible Man was first published.
For our summer concert this year, The Tan House Singers will be transporting you to exotic locations around the globe with our selection of choruses from the world of musical theatre. Our travels will take us via Seville, Carthage, Babylon and Japan, and then across the South Pacific to the new world of America.
Maisemore Village Hall, Church Road, Maisemore, Gloucester
Featuring 45 stalls selling salt lamps, crystals, jewellery and art, crafts, therapies including massage, Reiki, sound healing, reflexology and chiropractic. This is an opportunity for you to see what holistic medicine can do for you. All our practitioners are experienced and approachable.
Kingsway Community Centre
Want to learn more about nature and wildlife' Our ’nature talk and tea’ series features interesting talks followed by a traditional afternoon tea. Wednesday 28 March - Roger Mortlock
Our next event will be with Roger Mortlock, Chief Executive of the Gloucestershire Wildlife Trust.
THE CROWN PLAYERS present "BLACKADDER GOES FORTH (PART 2)"
A Comedy by Richard Curtis and Ben Elton
Directed by Matt Bunce
Join George, Baldrick, Capatain Darling, General Melchett and of course the long suffering Edmund Blackadder as they face the perils of the front!
Families from Gloucestershire and beyond will be hot-footing it to Wynstones School on Saturday 23 June 2018 to enjoy a fun-filled day of live music, craft workshops and demos; children’s entertainment, vendor stalls, delicious food and more at the school’s well-known Summer Fair.
Since Nature in Art opened its doors to the public in 1988, our unique collection has grown and diversified. This display highlights some of the many wonderful paintings, prints, drawings, sculptures and other items that have been acquired in our first 30 years, an inspiring platform for the three decades to come.
Nature in Art, Wallsworth Hall, Main A38, Twigworth, Gloucester
Today to Sun 24 Jun, Tue 26 Jun to Sun 1 Jul, Tue 3 Jul to Sun 8 Jul
A very special exhibition of 42 uniquely embellished prints by the UK’s best known pencil artist, Gary Hodges. All will be auctioned at a special event on 21st July by BBC TV’s James Lewis. All the proceeds to be shared by 5 strategic animal charities and Nature in Art.
Nature in Art, Wallsworth Hall, Main A38, Twigworth, Gloucester
Tue 10 Jul to Sun 15 Jul, Tue 17 Jul to Sun 22 Jul
Roll up, roll up!...We are putting together a gorgeous big fat day of circus fun and festivities!... www.happyscircus.co.uk will be pitching their 600 seater tent on Garway common in front of The Garway Moon pub and performing a show from 2pm.
Churchdown Choral Society’s ever-popular Summer Concert this year features medleys of songs from musicals from around the world - including The King and I, South Pacific, Fiddler on the Roof and Mamma Mia!
Churchdown Community Centre, Parton Road, Churchdown
The Correspondents consist of singer Mr Bruce and producer Chucks. Both growing up in South London, they formed in 2007 and within two years had taken their hi-octane genre-blending dance music from house parties to festival main stages.