Fundraising for a £53,000 feasibility study on the line had hit the buffers until a meeting of Cotswold District Council signalled a £13,000 cash injection to make up the shortfall.
These big-hitting stars will both take to the stage on Friday, July 10, the first day of the three-day festival held at the stunning Great Tew Estate in Oxfordshire.
The luxurious staycation at the King's Arms at Didmarton is being offered from just £96.
The pubs, operated by Henley-based pub operator and brewer Brakspear, are shortlisted for the Best Pub Accommodation Award, the winners of which will be announced in March.
Better still, everyone hangs out together, so it’s highly probable you will be able to rub shoulders and get that selfie in!
Located just a couple of miles from Chipping Norton, I was not familiar with this establishment but, on a bright Saturday in early January with our two children in tow, we were afforded a very warm welcome from the friendly staff.
Fans of BAFTA award-winning comedy This Country can get a sneak preview of the new series at a one-off screening in Cirencester later this month.
BBC Three is bringing the series back to its Cotswold roots on Thursday, January 23 – and tickets are completely free.
There was drama in Cheltenham when a recount was needed to separate Conservative Alex Chalk from Liberal Democrat challenger Max Wilkinson. Mr Chalk, who was first elected to serve Cheltenham in 2015, won by less than 1,000 votes.
From start to finish, the action had the audience enthralled with a cast of colourful characters at the top of their game.
Jubilate Chamber Choir will be presenting the annual feast of festive music and readings for the whole family.
Olivier Award nominee Patrick Ryecart (The Crown, Poldark, The King’s Speech) leads the cast as Ebenezer Scrooge in this new version by playwright Alan Pollock with music and lyrics by Finn Anderson.
young people with disabilities.
James Morrison and Will Young will be appearing at Westonbirt Arboretum, near Tetbury, on Friday, June 12...and tickets go on sale this Friday, November 22.
Aladdin is brought to life by a talented cast and the same creative team as in previous years, including writer and director Ben Crocker.
Jane Ware and Sue Jolley have known each other for over 20 years as 'neighbour artists' each summer at Art in the Park in Imperial Gardens, Cheltenham, but have never had a private exhibition together, so this is a first for them.