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NaTIONaL GaRdEN OPEN GaRdENS SCHEME Cotswold gardens open throughout the year


Snowdrop Season – Colesbourne Park, Painswick Rococo Garden, Batsford Arboretum, Newark Park

APRIL Fritillary Sunday, Ducklington Mead

Fritillary Guided Walks, North Meadow, Cricklade

The Garden Celebrated, Royal Gardens Highgrove

Spring Homes & Garden Fair, Sudeley Castle


The Big May day Garden Party, Chipping Campden RHS Spring Festival, Malvern Barnsley Village Garden Festival


affordable Garden art Exhibition, Showborough House

JUNE Blenheim Palace Flower Show Festival of Nature, Stroud Garden Week, Sudeley Castle

JULY Witney Festival of Flowers and Fabrics Stroud Country Show

AUGUST BBC Countryfile Live, Blenheim Palace Treefest, Westonbirt

Stratton & Baunton annual Horticultural Show, Cirencester

ducklington & Hardwick annual Flower Show deerhurst Flower Festival


Cotswolds Living Landscape Festival, Lodge Park, Aldsworth


apple days throughout area including Snowshill Manor, Chadlington and Stroud

For further events check out


Our friendly staff are here to help you get the most from your time in the Cotswolds.

BOURTON-ON-THE-WaTER Tel 01451 820211 •

BURFORd Tel 01993 823558 •

CHELTENHaM Tel 01242 237431 •

CHIPPING CaMPdEN Tel 01386 841206 •

CIRENCESTER Tel 01285 654180 •

LECHLadE Tel 01367 252631 •

MORETON-IN-MaRSH Tel 01608 650881 •

NaILSWORTH Tel 01453 839222 •

PaINSWICK Tel 0750 3516924 •

STOW-ON-THE-WOLd Tel 01451 870998 •

STROUd Tel 01453 760960 •

TETBURY Tel 01666 503552 •

See the

largest rose in the country at

Kiftsgate Garden – Rosa filipes ‘Kiftsgate’.

TEWKESBURY Tel 01684 855040 •

WINCHCOMBE Tel 01242 602925 •

WITNEY Tel 01993 775802 •

Produced by Cotswold District Council, Tewkesbury Borough Council, West Oxfordshire District Council and Stroud District Council in association with Cotswolds Tourism. All details correct at the time of going to print April 2016.

Chastleton is considered to be the birthplace of croquet as a competitive sport

following the publication of rules by Walter

Whitmore-Jones who laid out the croquet lawns at Chastleton.

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