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.
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Take part in or just enjoy watching this year's Cotswold Dry Stone Walling Competition
The work of Richard Kenton Webb is rooted in the romantic and metaphysical traditions of the great English landscape painters.
An informal interest group set up to share skills in crafts using yarn, fabric and paper including knitting, crochet, sewing, embroidery, quilting, patchwork, applique, origami, quilling, iris and tea-bag folding. Bring along your own projects, or just come to watch and learn. For more info, contact Carolyn on 01451 860362. Group meets 4th Tuesday of each month. Cost = £5pp inc. refreshments.
Led by John Putley, Learning & Outreach Officer at Gloucestershire Archives. Come and learn about the history of farming from Prehistory onwards. Cost = £5 pp inc. refreshments.
2014 sees the United Kingdom marking the outbreak of World War I, naturally all eyes fall towards the battlefields of the Western Front.
A short talk introducing you to the Save Our Magnificent Meadows project at the Cotswolds Conservation Board's office base in Northleach, followed by scrub bashing in an area of the National Trust's Sherborne Estate not normally open to the public. We hope to be able to burn any scrub that is cut on a bonfire.
Led by local spinners/weavers, Amy Ford and Rebecca Connolly. Learn about the historic links in the Cotswolds between sheep farming, the wool trade and cloth production through practical demonstrations. Tickets : £6.50, including refreshments. Pre-bookable online.
Clint Eastwood's big screen version of the Tony Award-winning musical tells the story of the four young men from the wrong side of the tracks in New Jersey
The Five Valleys Walk is a 21 mile sponsored walk in aid of Meningitis Now, suitable for all ages and abilities.
Led by Sue Burns, Garden Centre Retail Manager at Batsford, who will highlight the many attractions of the Arboretum, including their Visitor Centre and Events Programme. Cost: £5 per person, including refreshments.