Events

Welcome to our events page where you will find a variety of events, festivals and other entertainment going on in the Cotswolds Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Use the events calendar to search for events by month, or click on ‘all events’ to view a full list.    In addition, the side menu displays a wide range of events happening in areas of the Cotswolds, as listed by soglos.com

Contact one of the many Visitor Information Centres around the AONB to find out more about events going on in the area.

Are you an event organiser?  If you are organising an event which is taking place in the Cotswolds, you can list it here free of charge.  Simply complete and submit our online form.

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30/10/14 10:30:00 |
: Corinium Museum

Join the museum team making remembrance poppies.

30/10/14 13:00:00 |
: The Old Prison, Northleach

A special Half-term Family Session of rock & fossil handling, making fossils, quizzes and other craft activities led by the Gloucestershire Geology Trust. Bring along your own rocks & fossils for our experts to identify! Free activities - donations kindly requested to cover costs.

30/10/14 19:30:00 |
: Corinium Museum

This lecture explores the changing environment in which archaeology has found itself over the last 25 years and highlights some extraordinary finds that Cotswold Archaeology has brought to light.

31/10/14 11:00:00 |
: Corinium Museum

Each school holiday we will be selecting a film for families to enjo.y

10/11/14 18:00:00 - 12/11/14 16:00:00 |
: Daylesford Organic Farm

A fantastic fundraising event The Christmas Fair in aid of the national charity for sick children, WellChild, will be held this year at the charming Daylesford Farm Gloucestershire from the 10th to the 12th November 2014. The fair features over 130 stalls and it promises to be a festive feast of enticing gifts and treats.

13/11/14 19:00:00 |
: Corinium Museum

Tracks tells the remarkable true story of Robyn Davidson (Mia Wasikowska), a young woman who leaves her life in the city to make a solo trek through almost 2,000 miles of sprawling Australian desert.

14/11/14 10:30:00 |
: The Old Prison, Northleach
| £5

20/11/14 13:30:00 |
: The Old Prison, Northleach
| £5

A fascinating talk by Dr Paul Taylor of the Natural History Museum, London.

20/11/14 14:30:00 |
: Corinium Museum

In 2011 excavations just outside the walls of Roman Cirencester revealed the unexpected survival of parts of the town's western cemetery.