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  1. Lambs born at Cotswold Farm Park
    The much-loved visitor attraction's annual lambing event is back and better than ever, with over 300 lambs expected to be born on the farm.
    1. 10 Feb 202324 Apr 2023
  2. Westonbirt Arboretum
    Follow a trail through Silk Wood, enjoying a winter 'sound hunt' by listening for the wind blowing through the treetops, the birds singing and your footsteps crunching on leaves. Feel connected with nature by looking for winter's natural treasures to create a winter charm. Learn about the science of winter and trees and find out how some animals keep cosy in the woodland.
    1. 20 Jan 202328 Feb 2023
  3. Seasonal Snowdrops at Painswick Rococo Garden
    The Rococo Garden has one of the largest naturalistic plantings of snowdrops in the country. The early snowdrops begin to burst into flower from January, but by February the snowdrops really get going and the full display comes into its best.
    1. 28 Jan 202327 Feb 2023
  4. Visitors can walk through the ten acre garden at Colesbourne Park with its woodland and lakeside paths, the new Spring Garden and the formal garden to see huge banks of snowdrops, hellebores and other winter plants.
    1. 29 Jan 202327 Feb 2023
  5. Funhouse Comedy Club - Comedy Night in Cirencester February 2023
    Funhouse Comedy Club brings more fun and laughter to The Kings Head Hotel, Cirencester on Thursday February 9th. Topping the bill is multi-talented award winning comedian Phil Nichol, an acclaimed actor, producer, presenter, writer and musician he has also made various appearances on Radio and TV.
    1. 9 Feb 2023
  6. Child with binoculars
    Join Slimbridge this half term in their bird hides and discover new adventures in bird watching.
    1. 11 Feb 202326 Feb 2023
  7. Free warden guided walks
    Cotswold Voluntary Wardens offer guided walks across the Cotswolds National Landscape from various locations around the Cotswolds. Many walks do not require booking just turn up on the day at the advertised meeting location. All walks by the Voluntary Wardens are FREE OF CHARGE however donations are welcome and help us to take care of the countryside.
    1. 1 Oct 202231 Dec 2023
  8. Gladiators are on their way to Cirencester
    The Cirencester-based Corinium Museum announces their first touring exhibition – Gladiators – A Cemetery of Secrets. From October 2022 through to April 2023, visitors will be able to 'get up and close' to six unique skeletons from the Driffield Terrace excavation in York, and on loan from the Jorvik Museum collection. The exhibition allows visitors to explore the remains of some of these male skeletons and sets out to demonstrate the latest research to attempt to uncover more about who these people were, where they came from, and how they died, raising the question – were they criminals, soldiers, enslaved people, or gladiators?
    1. 22 Oct 202223 Apr 2023
  9. Syllabus CNMF
    A two-week Festival of music, speech and drama. The Festival is an opportunity for performers of all standards to perform publicly in a friendly environment with the benefits of comments from eminent, professional adjudicators.
    1. 10 Mar 202325 Mar 2023
  10. Mellor & Rose Calligraphy Workshop Daylesford Organic
    Modern calligraphy is fun to learn and relaxing to practice. Join Mellor & Rose on Sunday March 12th from 10am - 1pm at Daylesford Organic in the Cotswolds on their Modern Calligraphy Workshop get started with this mindful, creative pastime and art form.
    1. 12 Mar 2023
St Oswald's Church at Widford (photo Helena Sylvester)