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Walking Mindfully for Better Health & Wellbeing Walk with Us Join Cotswold Natural Mindfulness and become part of a growing like-minded community of people who love exploring the natural world, learning to be more mindful in life and care about nature, community, health and wellbeing. Every month our members get to experience a range of walks where they can take time out of their busy lives to focus on themselves, gain clarity of thought, and develop their sensory awareness, insight, instinct and creativity in beautiful Cotswold countryside. If you…
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Bacon Theatre, Cheltenham
The 566-seat Bacon Theatre plays host to the best in professional touring theatre, live music, dance, film and celebrity speakers as well as an extensive range of productions by local talented youth and community groups and charities. The theatre, completed in 1991, owes its name to Mr Christopher Bacon, headmaster of Cheltenham's Dean Close School from 1979-1998, who fundraised tirelessly to build his dream. The theatre boasts excellent sightlines and state-of-the-art facilities, while the more intimate Prince Michael Hall, opened in 1997, is a vibrantly designed 120-seat…
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Cheltenham Playhouse
The Playhouse is a community theatre which houses productions from professional and amateur companies. Built in 1806, the theatre started life as the Montpellier Baths. It was converted to a swimming pool in 1898 and then to a theatre in 1945. As a registered charity, the theatre has been run by volunteers since 1957.
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Cheltenham Town Hall
Rich in heritage, opulence and vibrancy, Cheltenham's much-loved jewel sets a stunning backdrop for an impressive all-year-round events programme, as well as private functions and corporate hospitality. The varied events programme includes live music, comedy, festivals and exhibitions. Built at the turn of the 20th Century to accommodate the many balls and concerts of the town’s social calendar, Cheltenham Town Hall was, quite literally, made for celebrations. Standing proudly overlooking the immaculately manicured Imperial Gardens, the building comprises a grandoise Main Hall, along with varying sized dining and…
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The Everyman Theatre has been serving the people of Gloucestershire and beyond since 1891. Its hugely varied programme includes everything from ballet, opera, drama, dance, comedy and music events to the Everyman's traditional family pantomime. The Everyman is also the venue for many community projects, education workshops and youth theatre productions.
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Holst Birthplace Museum, Cheltenham
The birthplace of Gustav Holst (1874-1934) is now a museum which tells the story of the man, his music and the creative and talented family into which he was born. The Regency terraced house in Pittville has period room settings with displays including Holst's piano.
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A huge range of leisure facilities are available at Leisure @ Cheltenham's base in Tommy Taylor's Lane for serious sports people or those just looking to have fun. The centre has two pools in which the public can swim, and a diving pool. A varied timetable includes adult swimming, lane swimming, club swimming and swimming lessons, parent & toddler, women-only sessions and 50+ lane swimming. The health spa offers exclusive access to a sauna, steam room and jacuzzi. The leisure centre also provides a 90-station gym over two levels and…
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Parabola Arts Centre (PAC) is owned by the Cheltenham Ladies' College and used by the school for performances, exhibitions and events. The centre was opened in October 2009 and in February 2011, the 325-seat PAC launched as a public arts centre with a programme focused on innovative work that stretches the definitions of theatre, music and dance and encourages people to look at the world differently. PAC's mission is to support emerging artists from across the UK and inspire young audiences in Gloucestershire.  
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Pittville Pump Room, Cheltenham
Pittville Pump Room is the jewel of Cheltenham’s Regency architecture and is the grandest survival of the town’s many spa buildings. Built in 1830, elegant Grade I listed building is surrounded on three sides by majestic columns. Overlooking the sweeping lawns and lakes of Pittville Park, the Pump Room is a monument to the more than 100 years of fame Cheltenham enjoyed as a Spa town. It is now Cheltenham’s most spectacular private hire venue and regularly hosts weddings, parties and corporate hospitality. When not in use, visitors can…
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Sandford Parks Lido, Cheltenham
This famous Cheltenham landmark is a children's paradise with a heated Olympic-sized 50m main pool, slides, children's pool and a paddling pool. The historic lido, built in 1935, is set in four acres of landscaped grounds and is open 'rain or shine' from early May to the end of September. A variety of sporting events are held at the lido throughout the year and there's also a cafe serving a range of food throughout the day.
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Stanway Estate, established in the 8th Century, is known to have had four watermills in 1291. They have been used over the centuries for fulling wool cloth, paper production, sawmilling, electricity generation, and for grinding flour and animal feed. The mill in Church Stanway, now fully restored as a working flour mill, was reopened by the Prince of Wales in 2009. Its massive 24-foot overshot waterwheel – the 8th largest waterwheel in England – drives traditional cast-iron machinery and heavy millstones to produce stoneground Cotswold flour from…
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The Bugatti Trust
This small exhibition located at the home of the famous Prescott Hill Climb events illustrates the work of Ettore Bugatti, genius of industrial design and invention. Bugatti's artistry and individuality are demonstrated by photographs, models, diagrams, mechanical components and complete cars.   The Bugatti Trust is open Monday to Friday 10am-4pm and during Hill Climb events. It will be closed occasionally on Fridays during the winter months, so please call or e-mail beforehand to avoid disappointment.  
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As well as being a major conference and event venue, in recent years The Centaur has established a growing reputation as a venue for concerts, stand-up comedians and live shows. The Centaur has recently installed a state-of-the-art 2K Digital Cinema System with 3D capabilities. It is currently building an exciting schedule of special event film showings, film marathons, live theatre screenings, live concert showings and big screen sporting events.  
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The Wilson Cheltenham Art Gallery & Museum
Cheltenham's newly-extended Art Gallery & Museum reopened it doors to the public in October 2013 with a transformational development costing about £6.3 million. The building in Clarence Street has four new floors which house a gallery dedicated to The Wilson's extensive fine art collections, and two superb exhibition galleries for showing national and international touring shows. New gallery space is dedicated to the internationally renowned Arts & Crafts Movement, which was rooted in the Cotswolds. There are also open archives showing tales of local heroes, including Cheltenham-born Edward…
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This lovely 16th Century manor house built of Cotswold stone stands beside the parish church of Whittington, a small village near Andoversford. Whittington Court has a picturesque, asymmetrical appearance which has seen little change over the last 300 years. The interior features panelled rooms with Tudor fireplaces and a carved oak staircase.   Whittington Court is open for two weeks over Easter and for a fortnight in August from 2pm-5pm.  
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Mulberry Cottages
Mulberry Cottages offer a wide range of hand-picked luxury holiday cottages in the Cotswolds. Looking for a cute romantic break for two, a celebration house for all the family to get together or somewhere to take your four-legged friend on holiday? Mulberry Cottages offers it all.      We have cottages near famous cities such as Bath and well-known beautiful Regency towns such as Cheltenham. We have country retreats tucked away in fabulous villages, walkable to local pubs, lake houses set on the water’s edge and even cottages…
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West Barn Cottage, Shipton Oliffe
West Barn Cottage, situated on the outskirts of the idyllic village of Shipton Oliffe and just five miles from Cheltenham, is a 5 star Cotswold stone holiday cottage that was was newly built in 2009. It is offered for rental accommodation, holiday lets and weekends away. The dog-friendly, luxurious accommodation attracts people from all over the world, who visit Cheltenham, Cirencester, Bourton-on-the-Water and Stow-on-the-Wold. Guest reviews illustrate what an exceptional cottage it is, and the personal service and touches complete a quality service that is not matched by many others.…
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This 11-screen cinema is located within The Brewery complex and is surrounded by an array of restaurants, bars and a multi-storey car park.
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The Cotswold Listener is the free local talking newspaper for the visually impaired living in Cheltenham, Tewkesbury and the north Gloucestershire area. Our sole purpose is to help the visually impaired stay in touch with what’s happening locally, stay aware of the issues that interest them, enabling them to live their lives more independently. Established in 1978, The Cotswold Listener is a registered charity run entirely by volunteers and funded entirely by donation. We produce a weekly recording throughout the year comprising local news, a magazine section and…
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The Cotswold Male Voice Choir was formed in 1949 and has since become one of the best known male voice choirs in the Midlands and the South West. Rehearsals take place on Wednesdays at 7.30pm at Dean Close School, Cheltenham, and a warm welcome awaits you, whether you want to sing or just to see how a male voice choir works. For more information on the choir, visit the website at www.cotswoldmvc.org
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Walking Mindfully for Better Health & Wellbeing Walk with Us Join Cotswold Natural Mindfulness and become part of a growing like-minded community of people who love exploring the natural world, learning to be more mindful in life and care about nature, community, health and wellbeing. Every month our members get to experience a range of walks where they can take time out of their busy lives to focus on themselves, gain clarity of thought, and develop their sensory awareness, insight, instinct and creativity in beautiful Cotswold countryside. If you…

Bacon Theatre, Cheltenham

Dean Close School, Shelburne Road, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, GL51 6HE
Bacon Theatre, Cheltenham
The 566-seat Bacon Theatre plays host to the best in professional touring theatre, live music, dance, film and celebrity speakers as well as an extensive range of productions by local talented youth and community groups and charities. The theatre, completed in 1991, owes its name to Mr Christopher Bacon, headmaster of Cheltenham's Dean Close School from 1979-1998, who fundraised tirelessly to build his dream. The theatre boasts excellent sightlines and state-of-the-art facilities, while the more intimate Prince Michael Hall, opened in 1997, is a vibrantly designed 120-seat…

Cheltenham Playhouse

47-53 Bath Road, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, GL53 7HG
Cheltenham Playhouse
The Playhouse is a community theatre which houses productions from professional and amateur companies. Built in 1806, the theatre started life as the Montpellier Baths. It was converted to a swimming pool in 1898 and then to a theatre in 1945. As a registered charity, the theatre has been run by volunteers since 1957.

Cheltenham Town Hall

Imperial Square, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, GL50 1QA
Cheltenham Town Hall
Rich in heritage, opulence and vibrancy, Cheltenham's much-loved jewel sets a stunning backdrop for an impressive all-year-round events programme, as well as private functions and corporate hospitality. The varied events programme includes live music, comedy, festivals and exhibitions. Built at the turn of the 20th Century to accommodate the many balls and concerts of the town’s social calendar, Cheltenham Town Hall was, quite literally, made for celebrations. Standing proudly overlooking the immaculately manicured Imperial Gardens, the building comprises a grandoise Main Hall, along with varying sized dining and…

Everyman Theatre, Cheltenham

Regent Street , Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, GL50 1HQ
The Everyman Theatre has been serving the people of Gloucestershire and beyond since 1891. Its hugely varied programme includes everything from ballet, opera, drama, dance, comedy and music events to the Everyman's traditional family pantomime. The Everyman is also the venue for many community projects, education workshops and youth theatre productions.

Holst Birthplace Museum, Cheltenham

4 Clarence Road, Pittville, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, GL52 2AY
Holst Birthplace Museum, Cheltenham
The birthplace of Gustav Holst (1874-1934) is now a museum which tells the story of the man, his music and the creative and talented family into which he was born. The Regency terraced house in Pittville has period room settings with displays including Holst's piano.

Leisure at Cheltenham

Tommy Taylors Lane, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, GL50 4RN
A huge range of leisure facilities are available at Leisure @ Cheltenham's base in Tommy Taylor's Lane for serious sports people or those just looking to have fun. The centre has two pools in which the public can swim, and a diving pool. A varied timetable includes adult swimming, lane swimming, club swimming and swimming lessons, parent & toddler, women-only sessions and 50+ lane swimming. The health spa offers exclusive access to a sauna, steam room and jacuzzi. The leisure centre also provides a 90-station gym over two levels and…

Parabola Arts Centre, Cheltenham

Parabola Road (main entrance on Bayshill Road) , Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, GL50 3AH
Parabola Arts Centre (PAC) is owned by the Cheltenham Ladies' College and used by the school for performances, exhibitions and events. The centre was opened in October 2009 and in February 2011, the 325-seat PAC launched as a public arts centre with a programme focused on innovative work that stretches the definitions of theatre, music and dance and encourages people to look at the world differently. PAC's mission is to support emerging artists from across the UK and inspire young audiences in Gloucestershire.  

Pittville Pump Room, Cheltenham

East Approach Drive, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, GL52 3JE
Pittville Pump Room, Cheltenham
Pittville Pump Room is the jewel of Cheltenham’s Regency architecture and is the grandest survival of the town’s many spa buildings. Built in 1830, elegant Grade I listed building is surrounded on three sides by majestic columns. Overlooking the sweeping lawns and lakes of Pittville Park, the Pump Room is a monument to the more than 100 years of fame Cheltenham enjoyed as a Spa town. It is now Cheltenham’s most spectacular private hire venue and regularly hosts weddings, parties and corporate hospitality. When not in use, visitors can…

Sandford Parks Lido, Cheltenham

Keynsham Road, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, GL53 7PU
Sandford Parks Lido, Cheltenham
This famous Cheltenham landmark is a children's paradise with a heated Olympic-sized 50m main pool, slides, children's pool and a paddling pool. The historic lido, built in 1935, is set in four acres of landscaped grounds and is open 'rain or shine' from early May to the end of September. A variety of sporting events are held at the lido throughout the year and there's also a cafe serving a range of food throughout the day.

Stanway Watermill

Stanway, Winchcombe, Gloucestershire, GL54 5PQ
Stanway Estate, established in the 8th Century, is known to have had four watermills in 1291. They have been used over the centuries for fulling wool cloth, paper production, sawmilling, electricity generation, and for grinding flour and animal feed. The mill in Church Stanway, now fully restored as a working flour mill, was reopened by the Prince of Wales in 2009. Its massive 24-foot overshot waterwheel – the 8th largest waterwheel in England – drives traditional cast-iron machinery and heavy millstones to produce stoneground Cotswold flour from…

The Bugatti Trust

Prescott Hill, Gotherington, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, GL52 9RD
The Bugatti Trust
This small exhibition located at the home of the famous Prescott Hill Climb events illustrates the work of Ettore Bugatti, genius of industrial design and invention. Bugatti's artistry and individuality are demonstrated by photographs, models, diagrams, mechanical components and complete cars.   The Bugatti Trust is open Monday to Friday 10am-4pm and during Hill Climb events. It will be closed occasionally on Fridays during the winter months, so please call or e-mail beforehand to avoid disappointment.  

The Centaur, Cheltenham

Cheltenham Racecourse, Prestbury Park, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, GL50 4SH
As well as being a major conference and event venue, in recent years The Centaur has established a growing reputation as a venue for concerts, stand-up comedians and live shows. The Centaur has recently installed a state-of-the-art 2K Digital Cinema System with 3D capabilities. It is currently building an exciting schedule of special event film showings, film marathons, live theatre screenings, live concert showings and big screen sporting events.  

The Wilson Cheltenham Art Gallery & Museum

The Wilson, Clarence Street, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, GL50 3JT
The Wilson Cheltenham Art Gallery & Museum
Cheltenham's newly-extended Art Gallery & Museum reopened it doors to the public in October 2013 with a transformational development costing about £6.3 million. The building in Clarence Street has four new floors which house a gallery dedicated to The Wilson's extensive fine art collections, and two superb exhibition galleries for showing national and international touring shows. New gallery space is dedicated to the internationally renowned Arts & Crafts Movement, which was rooted in the Cotswolds. There are also open archives showing tales of local heroes, including Cheltenham-born Edward…

Whittington Court

Whittington, Andoversford, Gloucestershire, GL54 4HF
This lovely 16th Century manor house built of Cotswold stone stands beside the parish church of Whittington, a small village near Andoversford. Whittington Court has a picturesque, asymmetrical appearance which has seen little change over the last 300 years. The interior features panelled rooms with Tudor fireplaces and a carved oak staircase.   Whittington Court is open for two weeks over Easter and for a fortnight in August from 2pm-5pm.  
Mulberry Cottages
Mulberry Cottages offer a wide range of hand-picked luxury holiday cottages in the Cotswolds. Looking for a cute romantic break for two, a celebration house for all the family to get together or somewhere to take your four-legged friend on holiday? Mulberry Cottages offers it all.      We have cottages near famous cities such as Bath and well-known beautiful Regency towns such as Cheltenham. We have country retreats tucked away in fabulous villages, walkable to local pubs, lake houses set on the water’s edge and even cottages…

West Barn Cottage, Shipton Oliffe

West Barn Cottage, Shipton Oliffe, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, GL54 4HU
West Barn Cottage, Shipton Oliffe
West Barn Cottage, situated on the outskirts of the idyllic village of Shipton Oliffe and just five miles from Cheltenham, is a 5 star Cotswold stone holiday cottage that was was newly built in 2009. It is offered for rental accommodation, holiday lets and weekends away. The dog-friendly, luxurious accommodation attracts people from all over the world, who visit Cheltenham, Cirencester, Bourton-on-the-Water and Stow-on-the-Wold. Guest reviews illustrate what an exceptional cottage it is, and the personal service and touches complete a quality service that is not matched by many others.…

Thai Emerald, Cheltenham

60 St George's Place, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, GL50 3PN

The Craven Arms, Brockhampton

Brockhampton, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, GL54 5XQ

The Kilkeney Inn, Andoversford

Andoversford, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, GL54 4LN

Cineworld Cheltenham

The Brewery, St Margaret's Road, Oxford Passage, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, GL50 4EF
This 11-screen cinema is located within The Brewery complex and is surrounded by an array of restaurants, bars and a multi-storey car park.
The Cotswold Listener is the free local talking newspaper for the visually impaired living in Cheltenham, Tewkesbury and the north Gloucestershire area. Our sole purpose is to help the visually impaired stay in touch with what’s happening locally, stay aware of the issues that interest them, enabling them to live their lives more independently. Established in 1978, The Cotswold Listener is a registered charity run entirely by volunteers and funded entirely by donation. We produce a weekly recording throughout the year comprising local news, a magazine section and…
The Cotswold Male Voice Choir was formed in 1949 and has since become one of the best known male voice choirs in the Midlands and the South West. Rehearsals take place on Wednesdays at 7.30pm at Dean Close School, Cheltenham, and a warm welcome awaits you, whether you want to sing or just to see how a male voice choir works. For more information on the choir, visit the website at www.cotswoldmvc.org

Central Hotel Cheltenham

7-9 Portland Street, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, GL52 2NZ
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