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More details - Malmesbury Concert Band play at Malmesbury Market Cross
Malmesbury Concert Band will be playing a varied musical program including Music both new and old including Marches, music from film and tv, blues, jazz, marches and many more.
Market Cross/Birdcage Walk, Malmesbury
Sat 2 Jun

More details - Hodges Barn - Open Garden for NGS
Very unusual C15 dovecote converted into family home. Cotswold stone walls host climbing and rambling roses, clematis, vines, hydrangeas and together with yew, rose and tapestry hedges create formality around house.
Hodges Barn, Tetbury
Sun 3 Jun and Mon 4 Jun

More details - Manor Farm - Open Garden for NGS
Set within Cotswold stone walls and with a backdrop of Crudwell church lies a half acre garden with a further 5 acres of mini parkland ideal for a Sunday afternoon stroll. The garden is divided by box and yew hedges to create different areas both formal and informal.
Manor Farm, Malmesbury
Sun 17 Jun

More details - Garden Tour & Supper
Join us for an early evening guided tour through the extraordinary Royal Gardens at Highgrove, followed by Pimm’s on the terrace and a two-course supper served in the Orchard Restaurant, with music from our pianist, providing the ideal opportunity for a relaxed, yet special evening out with friends and family.
Highgrove, Doughton, Tetbury
Tue 29 May, Mon 4 Jun, Wed 13 Jun, Thu 14 Jun, Mon 18 Jun

More details - Guild Crafts Tetbury
The Gloucestershire Guild of Craftsmen present their spring show at the Market House in Tetbury from 2 – 10 June 2018. Twenty members of The Guild will show their creativity and craftsmanship in this historic hall in Tetbury, a lively Cotswold market town.
Tetbury Market House, 3 Church Street, Tetbury
Sat 2 Jun to Sun 10 Jun

More details - Sherston Open Gardens
Wander around the beautiful North Wiltshire village of Sherston with its historic wide High Street and visit 10+ gardens,all within a one mile radius of the 12th century parish Church.Some pretty cottage gardens alongside school gardens,allotments,larger gardens and a ’Living Churchyard’.
Church of the Holy Cross Sherston.
Sat 9 Jun and Sun 10 Jun

More details - Charlton Down House - Open Garden for NGS
Extensive country house gardens in 180 acre equestrian estate. Formal terraces, perennial borders, walled topiary garden, enclosed cut flower garden and large glasshouse. Newly planted copse. Rescue animals. Ample parking.
Charlton Down House, Tetbury
Sun 10 Jun

More details - The Script
The Script. Artists performing: The Script.: Tickets avaiable.
Westonbirt Arboretum, Tetbury, Gloucestershire
Thu 14 Jun

More details - Grittleton Plant and Spring Fair
Grittleton House will be opening its doors and gardens on Monday 28 May for the ‘Grittleton Plant and Spring Fair’ to help raise funds for children’s charity Action Medical Research. The event is being held in the beautiful house and grounds by kind permission of the Shipp family.
Grittleton House, Grittleton, Near Chippenham
Mon 28 May

More details - The Magic Roundabout presents THE DOUBLE BILL MILONGAs
On the Spring Bank Holiday we will run one 6 hour milonga with DJs Bärbel Rücker and Paul Strudwick. 3.30pm to 9.30pm. Price £15 All information: www.magicroundabout.eu & www.movingexperience.eu.. - | - Free tea and coffee. You’re welcome to bring your own alcohol. - | - UPCOMING EVENTS in 2018: 28th May
Kington Langley Village Hall, Church Road, Kington Langley, Chippenham
Mon 28 May

More details - Kington Langley Scarecrow Festival 2018 - "Books"
~ On Saturday June 16th & Sunday June 17th the North Wiltshire village of Kington Langley will be celebrating "Books"...and the exhibitors will be made of straw! ~ Come and see how many you can guess from our theme for 2018 - "BOOKS". There will be clues and a map in the programme to help you.
Kington Langley, near Chippenham (M4 J17)
Sat 16 Jun and Sun 17 Jun

More details - Cadenham Manor - Open Garden for NGS
The glorious 4 acre garden comprises a series of rooms around a listed manor and dovecote. Divided by yew hedges and moats, the rooms are furnished with specimen trees, mixed borders, plus fountains and statues to focus the eye. Vegetable garden, herb garden and water garden in old canal.
Cadenham Manor, Chippenham
Wed 6 Jun

More details - Cherished Vehicle and Farm Fun Day
Chippenham Lions will be holding a Cherished Vehicle and Farm Fun Day on Sunday 3 June from 11am at Allington Farm Shop, Chippenham, SN14 6LJ, (on the A420).  This is the seventh year we have held this event and it grows in size and popularity every year.
Allington Farm, Chippenham, Wiltshire, , (A420)
Sun 3 Jun

More details - Matt Forde: A Show Hastily Re-Written in Light of Recent Events – Again!
The UK’s leading political comedian and host of Unspun presents a show completely changed by events which haven’t yet happened. Ultra-topical comedy as seen on The Royal Variety Performance, Mock the Week, The One Show and Question Time. Now with added Trump.
Neeld Community and Arts Centre High Street Chippenham Wiltshire
Sat 2 Jun

More details - The NWSO Spring Concert
The final concert of the NWSO 2017/18 season is a delightful journey through the music of Britain and France.
St Andrews Church, Market Place, Chippenham, Wiltshire
Sat 16 Jun

More details - North Wiltshire Symphony Orchestra Concert
"Last Night of the Proms" A delightful journey through the music of Britain and France. Featuring: Elgar, Sea Pictures (soloist Rebecca Leggett); Bizet, Carmen Suite, local composer Kevin Riley, In Flanders Fields to commemorate 1918, Arnold, Cornish Dances and favourite items from the Last Night of the Proms.
St Andrew’s Church, Market Place, Chippenham
Sat 16 Jun

More details - Capriol Chamber Orchestra Summer Concert
The Capriol Chamber Orchestra returns to Minchinhampton Parish Church for their 2018 summer concert on Saturday June 9th at 7.30pm under the baton of conductor Jonathan Trim.
Minchinhampton Parish Church, Church Rd, Minchinhampton.
Sat 9 Jun

More details - Whalebone: Mirabilia Tour
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.
Hawkesbury Upton Village Hall, High Street, Hawkesbury Upton
Sat 9 Jun

More details - South Cerney Street Fair and Duck Race
The immensely popular South Cerney Street Fair and Duck Race takes place once again on Bank Holiday Monday, 28th May. With more than 100 different stalls and attractions, visitors to this FREE event won’t be disappointed.
Atkyns Manor, South Cerney, Cirencester
Mon 28 May

More details - South Cerney Street Fair and Grand Duck Race
South Cerney Street Fair and Duck Race 28th May 2018 This immensely popular event takes place once again on Bank Holiday Monday, 29th May. With more than 100 different stalls and attractions, visitors to this FREE event won’t be disappointed.
Atkyns Manor, Church Lane
Mon 28 May

More details - Newark Park - Wild about Wild Garlic
See, smell and taste wild garlic in Newark Park gardens and the estate.Head out into the fresh air and discover the beautiful views over the Cotswold countryside, swathes of wild garlic and the sharp and tasty tang that accompanies a walk. Explore the Newark estate and gardens to see our wonderful wild garlic.
Newark Park, Ozleworth, Wotton-under-Edge,
Today to Mon 28 May, Wed 30 May, Thu 31 May

More details - Newark Park - Edwardian Weekend
Experience Newark House as it might have been in the Edwardian era. Meet busy butlers and maids, watch them about their work and you might even join the family of the house for their afternoon tea! Get into the spirit of Newark Park’s bygone era as we bring Newark’s Edwardian past to life.
Newark Park, Ozleworth, Wotton-under-Edge,
Sat 9 Jun and Sun 10 Jun

More details - Oakridge Lynch Open Gardens - Open Garden for NGS
Beautiful hillside village of pretty cottages and stunning views. Selection of small to medium sized lovely gardens packed with interesting plants: herbaceous borders, roses, herbs, climbers, fruit and vegetables.
Oakridge Lynch Open Gardens, Stroud
Sun 17 Jun

More details - A Christian Science way of life  - a talk by Meryl Walters
What is Christian Science? How can these two words possibly fit together? Is Christian Science healing based on the healing work of Jesus Christ? Talking about ’a Christian Science way of life’, Maryl Walters will be at The Bear, Rodborough on Monday 11th June 2018 at 7.
The Bear, Rodborough, Nr Stroud
Mon 11 Jun

More details - Wortley Farm House - Open Garden for NGS
1½ acres on different levels with wild area, pond, herbaceous borders, textural planting, vegetable garden and disabled garden. Sean is a garden designer. Plant sales.
Wortley Farm House, Wotton-Under-Edge
Sat 2 Jun

More details - Wortley Farm House - Open Garden for NGS
1½ acres on different levels with wild area, pond, herbaceous borders, textural planting, vegetable garden and disabled garden. Sean is a garden designer. Plant sales.
Wortley Farm House, Wotton-Under-Edge
Sun 3 Jun

More details - Wortley House - Open Garden for NGS
This diverse garden of over 20 acres has been created through the last 30 yrs by current owners and incl walled garden, pleached lime avenues, nut walk, potager, ponds, Italian garden, shrubberies and wild flower meadows.
Wortley House, Wotton-Under-Edge
Tue 19 Jun

More details - The Rhythm of Nature’
Exhibition by Faisal Khouja and Laura Mirjami 9 May – 3 June “The Rhythm of Nature” will explore themes of flora, fauna and landscape through the painting print and craft of two artists, Faisal Khouja and Laura Mirjami.
Corinium Museum, Park Street, Cirencester
Today to Sat 9 Jun

More details - Murder on the Orient Express
Rural Cinema What starts out as a lavish train ride through Europe quickly unfolds into one of the most stylish, suspenseful and thrilling mysteries ever told.
Corinium Museum, Park Street, Cirencester
Sat 26 May and Sun 27 May

More details - Roman Houses
Discovery Zone Tuesday 29 May, 11-12pm What did Roman houses look like? What were the differences between wealthy and not so wealthy households? To find out, come and look at fascinating archaeological plans to find clues and handle real Roman building materials and other artefacts.
Corinium Museum, Park Street, Cirencester
Tue 29 May

More details - Roman Abacus
Children’s Workshop Make this simple, but fascinating tool and learn how Roman children learned maths. Hope we can ‘count on’ you to join us! You may be surprised in this age of technology that devices to make life a little easier have been around for thousands of years.
Corinium Museum, Park Street, Cirencester
Tue 29 May

More details - Pop-Up Roman Garden
Family Drop-in Make your own pop-up Roman garden at this creative event inspired by Roman gardens. The Romans loved gardens, and they planted them for use and for pleasure. Wealthy Romans had enclosed gardens for use as outdoor rooms, surrounded by colonnades and furnished with statues and fountains.
Corinium Museum, Park Street, Cirencester
Wed 30 May

More details - Green Man
Family Drop-in Make your own collaged Green Man face, using cut and coloured leaves, and natural greenery. The Green Man, or Jack-in-the-Green, is a symbol of rebirth. He may once have been a pagan fertility figure or nature spirit, but he is found carved in Christian churches as far back as the fifth century.
Corinium Museum, Park Street, Cirencester
Wed 30 May

More details - Anglo-Saxon Shields
Family Drop-in Make your own Anglo-Saxon Shield at this exciting and arty drop-in event. The main defensive item of the Anglo-Saxon warrior was the shield. The Anglo-Saxon shield was made from wood and covered with leather or heavy cloth, with an iron boss in the centre.
Corinium Museum, Park Street, Cirencester
Thu 31 May

More details - Inside Roman Buildings
Discovery Zone Drop in to this Handling Session and take an up close look at real Roman objects. Learn more about the engineering, decoration and artefacts that made up Roman homes in Corinium.
Corinium Museum, Park Street, Cirencester
Thu 31 May

More details - Mini Mosaics
Children’s Workshop 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.
Corinium Museum, Park Street, Cirencester
Thu 31 May

More details - Roman Military
Evening Lecture with John Smith An evening lecture exploring the Roman Army and their campaign in Britain. Military historian John Smith will explore archaeological evidence of Roman military equipment through re-enactment and how this translates into creating a picture of the Roman soldier.
Corinium Museum, Park Street, Cirencester
Thu 31 May

More details - Family Film Friday Early Man
Family Film Set at the dawn of time, when dinosaurs and woolly mammoths roamed the earth, Early Man tells the story of how one plucky caveman unites his tribe against a mighty enemy and saves the day! Booking recommended
Corinium Museum, Park Street, Cirencester
Fri 1 Jun

More details - Roman Soldier on a Stick
Family Drop-in Create a Roman soldier on a stick inspired by the Roman army and the kit they carried.
Corinium Museum, Park Street, Cirencester
Fri 1 Jun

More details - Early Man Film
Family Film Friday Friday 1 June, 11am   Set at the dawn of time, when dinosaurs and woolly mammoths roamed the earth, Early Man tells the story of how one plucky caveman unites his tribe against a mighty enemy and saves the day!   Booking recommended
Corinium Museum Park Street Cirencester Gloucestershire
Fri 1 Jun

More details - ‘Inside Out’
Exhibition by Anne Boning Artist and Sculptor, Anne Boning, presents a series of paintings exploring light, shade and colour. The exhibition comprises a series of more than fifty small watercolour paintings.
Corinium Museum, Park Street, Cirencester
Thu 7 Jun to Sun 1 Jul

More details - Discover the Archaeology of the Cotswolds
Afternoon Talk with Dr Alison Brookes The Prehistory galleries of the Corinium Museums are to be transformed during the Stone Age to Corinium Project. Join Dr. Alison Brookes, Collections Development Officer, to explore how the new space will inspire and engage visitors with the archaeology of the Cotswolds.
Corinium Museum, Park Street, Cirencester
Thu 7 Jun

More details - Battle of the Sexes
Corinium Cinema The electrifying 1973 tennis match between World number one Billie Jean King (Emma Stone) and ex-champ and Bobby Riggs (Steve Carell) was billed as the Battle of the Sexes and became the most watched televised sports event of all time.
Corinium Museum, Park Street, Cirencester
Thu 14 Jun

More details - Lydiard Park Walled Garden - Open Garden for NGS
Beautiful ornamental C18 walled garden. Trimmed shrubs alternating with individually planted flowers and bulbs incl rare daffodils and tulips, sweet peas, annuals and wall-trained fruit trees.
Lydiard Park Walled Garden, Swindon
Sun 10 Jun

More details - Corsham Walking Festival
This three day Walking Festival takes place from the 8-10 June. Corsham is a medieval market town on the fringe of the Cotswolds and at the heart of the Corsham Walking Festival, from where our walks explore the beautiful rolling north Wiltshire countryside on paths dating back to Roman times.
Springfield Campus
Fri 8 Jun to Sun 10 Jun

More details - Tormarton Court - Open Garden for NGS
11 acres of formal and natural gardens in stunning Cotswold setting. Features incl roses, herbaceous, kitchen garden, Mediterranean garden, mound and natural pond. Extensive walled garden, spring glade and meadows with young and mature trees.
Tormarton Court, Tormarton
Fri 15 Jun

More details - Woodchester Park Spring Foraging Course
We’re excited to be running our first Spring courses in Gloucestershire this year by kind permission of the National Trust. Woodchester Park is well situated being just off the M5, within easy reach of Gloucester, Cirencester, Cheltenham, Chippenham and Bristol.
Woodchester Park, Nympsfield, Stroud
Sat 26 May

More details - Cantax House - Open Garden for NGS
Queen Anne former vicarage (not open). Medium-sized garden of colour, pattern and scent straddling the Bide Brook.
Cantax House, Lacock
Sun 3 Jun

More details - Classic Car Show
Due to the success of last years show the Top of Town Community Association and the Cotswold Classic Car Club have once again joined forces to present the ninth Classic Car Show. There is still space for more cars and motorcycles, also trade and charity stands and car booters .
Playing Field, Bisley Old Road. Stroud
Sun 10 Jun

More details - Lacock Abbey, Fox Talbot Museum and Village - Healing herbs family trail
800 years ago, the nuns of Lacock Abbey couldn’t just pop down the doctors to buy their medicine, so they grew their own. Find out more on our fun family trail. Booking Not Needed. Great for children of all ages. Assistance Dogs only are welcome.
Lacock Abbey, Fox Talbot Museum and Village, Fox Talbot Museum and Village, near Chippenham,
Sat 26 May to Tue 24 Jul

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