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Enjoy a day in the sunshine at these wonderful Pick Your Own fruit farms in the Cotswolds...

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As stately Sudeley prepares to reopen its doors, we take a peek behind them to see how this sleeping beauty is cared for during the winter months

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Tewkesbury might not be the wealthiest town in the Cotswolds, but it’s certainly not lacking in charm, character and beauty

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If you’re looking for things to do in the Cotswolds this month, we have gathered plenty of events for you to pop in your diary

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Jamie Cullum will be showcasing songs from his new album at the Cheltenham Jazz Festival – and it’s going to be emotional

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If captivating grade-listed buildings with landscaped gardens are your thing, you’ve come to the right place. We pick 10 of the most beautiful and awe-inspiring stately homes in the Cotswolds you simply need to visit this year

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Imposing manor houses, quiet medieval villages, idyllic swathes of countryside - the Cotswolds offers a lot for location scouts in the film business. We pick 19 famous filming locations in the Cotswolds, as seen on screens big and small

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If you’re planning a last-minute trip to the Cheltenham Festival this week, you’re in luck, there are still places available to stay. Jo Moulds picks 9 nine places you can still book for race week accommodation

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To create sculptures as tiny as those crafted by Willard Wigan, you need to have a very big heart

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Stars of the small screen will be offering advice at the gardening festival

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Put a spring in your step with this walk from delightful Chipping Norton to the megalithic marvels of the Rollright Stones

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This clever play about desperate salesmen will leave you reeling, grieving, grinning, and with the literary equivalent of a 50-year timeshare in Marbella. Brilliant, says Katie Jarvis

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Katie Jarvis

As the weather warms, blossom blooms from the trees and colourful flowers burst from the ground, we can’t wait to explore the Cotswold countryside. We pick 9 walks that will make you want to lace up your walking boots straightaway!

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Don’t be misled by the ‘Queen of the Cotswolds’ tag, says Tracy Spiers, Painswick, with its vibrant and playful heart, is anything but pompous

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Guess what? Celebrities’ lives are not perfect! If you fancy a comedy that reminds you of Macbeth and laminate flooring (you need to read the review), then this heady mix of jokes and out-and-out violence is for you, says Katie Jarvis, who now knows how to make really good roast potatoes

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Katie Jarvis

With the third Fresh: Art Fair fast approaching we ask co-founder Anthony Wardle what’s coming up

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An icon in a city of greats, The Westbury not only surrounds its guests in luxury and style, it places them at the very centre of the city’s social and cultural riches.

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The days are getting longer and the Cotswolds are gradually becoming a floral delight, but there are still plenty of opportunities for frosty morning walks and toasting your feet in front of the fire. Springtime in the Cotswolds is absolute bliss as these pictures show.

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Once known as the Harrods of the West and home to a thriving food hall, Cavendish House may have an uncertain future but also enjoys a glorious past

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Rebellion might have been plotted in the back room of the Reindeer Inn, but Banbury – and its Fine Lady – is more welcoming today

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