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We sent Tracy Spiers out on a mission to find 12 must-do things in Worcester, and she soon found she was spoilt for choice...

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After six years as the Cotswold Hare Trail's Festival Director, Florence Beetlestone looks forward to seeing a new director take on the challenge

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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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To and from the Severn with two of Gloucestershire's biggest legendary beasties, the Coombe Hill sea serpent and the Deerhurst dragon

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Nestled in the heart of England, Oxfordshire Cotswolds is steeped in history, culture and beauty. The picture-perfect villages, just a stone's throw from the hustle and bustle of the Oxford city centre, are wonderful to explore. We pick 10 of the prettiest to visit

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Perhaps one of the most famous locations in the Cotswolds, Bourton-on-the-Water is renowned for its pretty waterside views and quaint limestone buildings. We've assembled a guide to help you make the most of your time in this picture-perfect village.

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Stephen Roberts tells the story of the Tetbury railway line, long abandoned but now coming back to life as an arts venue

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There's plenty to suit all interests, and keep the whole family entertained, in the Cotswolds this summer. We've gathered six of the best local attractions

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If only walls could talk! Featuring gorgeous Cotswold almshouses, stunning market squares and honey-coloured architecture, we pick 8 beautifully historic market towns to visit in the region

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The thatcher's craft is both challenging and rewarding, Siân Ellis discovers

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Three years on from the 400th anniversary of Shakespeare's death, Stephen Roberts returns to Stratford-upon-Avon to mark another 'Bard-town' anniversary

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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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Stephen Roberts casts an eye over the history of the Henley Regatta (from the safety of the river bank)

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This month we welcome our new Cotswold Ways contributors Anthony Nanson and Kirsty Hartsiotis, so put your best foot forward for a satisfying spring hike into the hills from Winchcombe, on the trail of St Kenelm, Gloucestershire's patron saint, this 1200th anniversary year of his untimely death

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From A to Z, we scroll through the alphabet and reveal 26 reasons why the Cotswolds is such a wonderful place for visitors to explore, and residents to call home

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On a sunny day there's nothing quite like making a splash at the pool. From community-run lidos to luxury outdoor pools, we pick 8 places in the Cotswolds to enjoy an al fresco dip

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This summer all eyes will be on the world-class sculptures coming to Painswick's playful Rococo Garden

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We talk exclusively to actor Aaron Sidwell ahead of his leading performance in Henry V at the Barn Theatre in Cirencester

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Hal Chambers' interpretation of Henry V for The Barn Theatre is a cinematic masterpiece

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Escaping into the peace of the woodlands is the perfect way to alleviate stress with landscapes boasting ancient beeches and oaks, stretches of pretty flowers and an abundance of wildlife awaiting you. In association with the Gloucestershire Wildlife Trust, we bring you eight enchanting woodland walks to try...

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