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Daylesford Lambing Day 7 April 2018 in Kingham

Apr 3, 2018

Daylesford Farm in Kingham has a special lambing day 7 April. Visitors can see the lambing barns where the ewes are billeted from the later stages of pregnancy until after the lambs are born and the weather turns a little warmer. This makes checking the ewes’ health and the birthing process easier to monitor and…

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Cotswold Hares ready for take off for 100th Anniversary of the Royal Air Force on 01 AprilA Red Arrows Hare by Farmor ’s School in Fairford and a smart leveret in RAF uniform from Rissington. @CotswoldsHare

Mar 31, 2018

Cotswold Hare Trail We were lucky enough to attend the preview of the of the Cotswold Hares in Northleach a few days ago. There are some splendid hares for this year’s great public art trail. They will arrive at their destinations 22 May. So get ready for some hare spotting. We will be adding more…

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Easter Hunts and Trails in the Cotswolds

Mar 24, 2018

Easter Hunts and Trails abound at many of our local attractions Amongst the other Easter activities in our area there are several Easter Trails the majority of which have prizes for successful trackers. Fees generally apply. The Big Batsford Bunny Hunt runs from 30 March until 15 April. this is bunny spotting for children. Their…

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Cotswolds AONB Hare Trail 2018

Mar 17, 2018

The five foot hares are back again this year. For anyone unaware (or should that be unahare?), The Cotswolds AONB has devised a locally sponsored art installation with over 100 hare sculptures placed in towns, villages and tucked away corners. The hares are all the same basic shape when they arrive at the studios, after…

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The Festival 2018 – Horse Racing Cheltenham

Mar 12, 2018

The Cheltenham Festival begins 13 March this year and runs for four days and includes an elegant Ladies Day and the prestigious Gold Cup. The Festival has to be the crowning moment of the Jump Season epitomising first class Jump Racing. At the Festival there are the best jockeys, horses, trainers and of course a…

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Farmers’ Markets in The Cotswolds – low food miles, tastiest and freshest food.

Mar 10, 2018

For an authentic taste of The Cotswolds why not take the opportunity to take home some fresh produce? Our Farmers’ Markets are full of the best quality, home-reared meats and organic vegetables as well as cheese, pies, honey, breads and even arts and crafts items. This is a really easy way to support our local…

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Wildlife Walk around Adam Henson’s Cotswolds Farm Park

Mar 5, 2018

Despite being crispy cold this Sunday it was a lovely, clear sunny day so we made the most of it and took a trip to Adam Henson’s Farm. In addition to the Farm Park there is a short walk of 2 miles or an even shorter version of 1 mile. This is accessed near to…

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Our Midweek Breaks continue throughout March – £135 for a Double Room for 2 Nights

Mar 2, 2018

We still have availability until the end of March for our Midweek Break Offer. Why not welcome in spring with a few days in the lovely Cotswold countryside? This time of year is quite tranquil but as pretty as ever with the spring flowers emerging and lambs being born. Call or email us. Offers for…

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Hook Norton Brewery offers tours, shop, museum, restaurant and shire horses for a great day out

Feb 24, 2018

This week we visited Hook Norton Brewery which is nestled in a picturesque location in The Cotswolds. Hand crafted beer is brewed and sold here; you can even make and name your own beer for a special occasion. Tours of the brewery are available most days and are the only part of the visit which…

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Welcome to Corsham Field Farmhouse Blog

Feb 21, 2018

This is our first blog from Robert and Julie Anne at Corsham Field Farmhouse. We think it a good idea that we keep you up to date with all our news and things happening in our local area. We have both lived in Stow on the Wold for many years so we know all the…

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