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Top Tips for Facial Aftercare
Top Tips for Facial Aftercare
There are numerous reasons why we choose to go for a facial at a spa or salon, for relaxation, to indulge, to address skin complaints, to refresh our skin, to combat issues with acne, to reduce wrinkles, to prepare for a party and for some ‘me’ time. With many different types of facial available at spas and salons, there’s something for every skin type.
Hair dying has become more and more popular with both men and women in recent years but have you thought about going organic?
Fracking In The Cotswolds
Fracking In The Cotswolds
Fracking is a controversial method of releasing natural shale gas by drilling deep into the earth, and it may be on its way to The Cotswolds.
Villagers of South Cerney will get together for a day of fun in memory of Jim Pritchard who sadly lost his battle to cancer last year.
There are tons of FREE events for children and families in and around Cirencester and The Cotswolds this summer holidays, so there is no need for anyone to get bored – young or old!
Swimming outdoors is a great way to cool off during this spell of very welcome warm weather, and here in the Cotswold Water Park thousands of people have been heading to the famous inland beach at Cotswold Country Park and Beach to paddle, bathe and enjoy the water when the lifeguards are on duty.
This summer, on June 22nd will be the launch of free weekly coach-led tennis sessions at St Michaels Park, King Street.
Many are at this very moment trapped in loveless marriages, hateful "friendships", and joyless work environments. If you are one of them, then before you go reading books like 'Show em Who's Boss' and 'Kick em While They Are Down', you should read this article.
South Cerney Outdoor near Cirencester is having an open day and there are tons of activities for all the family at this great event! So there iss no need to be bored this Bank Holiday Monday in The Cotswolds -
Members of Gemini Nordic Walking have been ‘pushing the poles’ on various sections of the Cotswold Way, in preparation for Nordic Walking the entire length of this National Trail from Chipping Campden to Bath, all 102 miles over 4 days, spanning 4 weekends.
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