Join a host of dog lovers, on Sunday 4th October, for a charity dog walk and a unique opportunity to see one of the region’s top beauty spots, The Bathurst Estate, Cirencester Park. By kind permission of the Earl of Bathurst, dog owners will get the chance to walk their canine companions in the stunning grounds of Cirencester Park– all to raise funds for PetSavers – an animal charity that funds vital research into diseases which affect companion animals.
Join us for an evening with Marshall King as ELVIS!
Nature in Art is pleased to welcome the Cotswold Branch of the Embroiderers Guild, who have been creating magnificent textile art for 50 years. This exhibition is a celebration of the works created by members over the last half century.
Famed Appalachian tributeers Hayseed Dixie announce their return by popular demand to the Guildhall in Gloucester!
Make your own Unique Christmas Decorations with Time To Create
Nature in Art is looking forward to welcoming the British Origami Society and their masterpieces in paper folding, ranging from abstract works to animal inspired pieces, there will be plenty to be amazed by.
Tribute Concert to Patsy Cline – Hank Williams – Jim Reeves
Come and make your own high quality Luxury Christmas Crackers with us at Time To Create
Cardiff-born Fairweather Low originally came to fame as vocalist and leader of the pop group Amen Corner. The band had five Top 30 hits – a sequence starting with ‘Gin House Blues’ in 1967 - on Decca’s subsidiary Deram label before leaving at the end of 1968 to join Andrew Loog Oldham’s pioneering indie, Immediate.
He was 18 years old when he had his first hit, ‘Catch The Wind’, for which he received the prestigious Ivor Novello Award, and since then the man born Donovan Leitch in Scotland in 1946 has been pop star and folk troubadour, a flag bearer for all things psychedelic, and one of the early adopters (and subsequent promoters) of Transcendental Meditation, now one of the most recognized, and practiced, meditation techniques in the world.