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World book night comes to the Cotswolds
COTSWOLD libraries will be supporting this year's annual World Book Night in a bid to encourage more people to pick up a book.
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Tue Apr 15, 2014
VISITORS to Hidcote Manor Garden can get up close to some native bats.
David Endacott is returning to the National Trust property near Chipping Campden for a Bat Adventure through the garden at twilight on Thursday, May 15 from 7pm to 9pm.
FOUR-legged friends will be welcome at a special service at a church in Chipping Campden.
A big congregation is expected at the pet blessing service at St James' Church on Sunday, April 27 which is open to anyone who wants to bring their cat, tortoise, horse or any other animal friend.
Thu Apr 10, 2014
Pies on sale for Twinning visit
HOMEMADE pies will be on sale in Chipping Campden's historic 17th Market Hall to raise money for the town's twinning visit in September.
Mon Apr 07, 2014
200 raised at Easter coffee morning
THE sounds of clinking coffee cups could be heard in a Cotswold village as residents turned out for an Easter Coffee morning.
Fri Apr 04, 2014
Food Quality News
'Adventurous tastes' fuel continental meats market
Consumers are travelling abroad and developing more adventurous tastes, fuelling demand for continental meats, according to British food research organsiation Campden BRI.
Thu Apr 03, 2014
a Large generator was damaged after a fire in a metal recycling yard near Evesham.
Hereford & Worcester Fire and Rescue Service was called just before 1.10pm today to R&C Metals, in the Honeybourne airfield trading estate, Honeybourne.
AN exhibition of work created by more than 20 artists is going on show in Chipping Campden.
Chipping Campden Art Society annual Easter Exhibition runs from Friday, April 18 to Monday, April 21 from 10am to 5pm.
Wed Apr 02, 2014
Hidcote welcomes new artists in residence
TWO local artists will be finding new inspiration for their work when they take up residence in Hidcote Manor Garden near Chipping Campden.
a Long Way Home is Released
Many second- and third-generation Irish have heard stories passed down from their ancestors about the difficulties that faced Irish immigrants after arriving in other countries.
Fri Mar 28, 2014
Grenadier wins silver bugle competition
Lance Corporal Michael Beasley , aged 21, said he was delighted to win after he was last year's runner up in the same competition, At ceremonial events in London he will now be playing a silver bugle for the next year and also pockets A 250 in cash.
Wed Mar 26, 2014
Contemporary affordable art heading for the Cotswolds
LEADING artists from Warwickshire will be show casing and selling their work at a contemporary affordable art fair in Chipping Campden.
Mon Mar 24, 2014
Firefighters tackle chimney fire
A crew from Chipping Campden used chimney rods to clear the chimney and a thermal image camera to ensure no further hot spots remained.
Fri Mar 21, 2014
Students encouraged to 'think big' in careers pilot
Chipping Campden School Year 8 students Harry Buxton, William Marks, Bethany Smith with business ambassadors Tara Maloney from National Grid and Jonathan Jowett from Dolby CHIPPING Campden School is just one of five in the country to be chosen to take part in a major pilot project.
Thu Mar 20, 2014
Fire-hit mum 'overwhelmed' by community support
A CHIPPING Campden woman and her young son who lost everything in a flat fire said she has been overwhelmed with the support she has received from the community.
Cotswold man supports assisted suicide legislation
Peter had two sons who were born in a vegetative state. A MAN who saw his own children suffer for years after being born with severe disabilities is supporting new legislation on assisted suicide.
Wed Mar 19, 2014
Hidcote takes part in new gardening project
HIDCOTE Manor Gardens near Chipping Campden has been chosen as one of the partners in a new project for gardeners to learn their trade.