Looking for free things to do in Cirencester and The Cotswolds over the summer holidays? There are tons of free events locally so there is no need for anyone to get bored – young or old! Cirencester is a hive of activity this July and August and there are lots of things going one which don’t cost a bean but will be great fun for all the family. For a full list of everything happening in and around Cirencester go to our events page HERE.
As the summer holidays go on it gets harder and harder to keep the children entertained. We are so lucky in Gloucestershire and particularly Cirencester that there are loads of FREE things to keep them amused. We have complied a short list of ideas to help while aways those days..
Scrubditch Care Farm Project, North Cerney
Throughout the summer holidays this farm is offering some great FREE half days of activities for children. Kids will be encouraged to feed the animals, collect eggs, plant seeds, dig up vegetables, pick fruit, make pies, do potato prints and more! Places are limited so please call Gerry Fouracres on 07775 806995 or email email@example.com to book.
Free Activities At Dobbies Garden Centre
On selcted dates in the summer holidays Dobbies Garden centre in Cirencester are doing kids craft activites. Children must be accompanied at all times and donations are welcomed. All donations go to the North Cerney School Big Project Fund. Workshops run from 10:30am - 3:30pm.
21st August - Magnets
22nd August - Windmills
23rd August - Cupcakes
28th August - Ceramic painting
29th August - Bird feeders
30th August - Clay models
31st August - Solar system
Walking In The Cotswold Water Park
Just south of Cirencester is the wonderful Cotswold Water Park, a great place to take the kids to spot wildlife and do a spot of walking. There are loads of wonderful circular walks around the CWP, ranging from 2km to 18km and longer. Routes are well marked and well maintained, and have the added bonus of mostly being flat! For details on walks go to: http://www.waterpark.org/things-to-do/walking/
FREE Tennis Sessions
Every Saturday for the forseeable future (exluding Christmas and New Year) there are FREE coached tennis sessions at St Michaels Park. They run from 10.00am – 12noon and all ages are welcome. For more info go to http://www.tennisforfree.com/index.php
Watching The Wakeboarders
Its possible to do a wide range of watersports in South Cerney. However, if getting wet isn’t for you, then you can always just go along, watch and enjoy the sun and the atmosphere. Some of the lakes even let you have paddle in the water - provided you stay close to the shore. WMKSki on Spine Road in South Cerney is a great place for this.
Know of more FREE events in Cirencester or the local areas? Or if you have an event that you want to promote then add it to our website via our events pages HERE. Events are free to add to our website. You can even become an events author by contacting Cirencester@thebestof.co.uk so you don’t have to wait for your event to be approved.