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Chedworth Roman Villa
Situated in the heart of the Cotswolds, Chedworth was one of the largest Roman villas in Britain. The villa was accidentally discovered in June 1864 by two men working on the Stowell Park Estate who were ferreting for rabbits in the woods when their ferret got stuck down a hole. As they dug the ferret out, they revealed a small patch of mosaic pavement. Realising the significance of the find they reported it and it came to the attention of the young landowner – 19-year-old Lord Eldon.…
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Far Peak Climbing Centre is a superb indoor climbing facility, offering indoor climbing and bouldering for all ages and abilities and outdoor climbing on its15m tower. It is suitable for people who want to learn, improve or bring the kids down for a party. The centre offers various other activities including archery, bush craft, tree climbing and abseiling. Far Peak is open all year round from 3pm-10pm weekdays and 10am-6pm weekends.
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Lodge Park
Nestled in the Cotswold countryside on the picturesque Sherborne Estate, Lodge Park is England’s only surviving and probably most opulent 17th Century grandstand. It was purpose-built in 1634 by John ‘Crump’ Dutton as an observation post for deer coursing and for lavish entertainment. In 1726 renowned landscape designer Charles Bridgeman redesigned the parkland at Lodge Park, which is situated near the Cotswold villages of Sherborne and Aldsworth, and the market town of Northleach. In the 19th Century Lodge Park was modified into a house, then a row of…
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The Old Prison, Northleach
The Old Prison is a fascinating 18th Century building in the Cotswold market town of Northleach and a historic visitor attraction. A visit to the Old Prison offers you a unique glimpse into life in the Northleach House of Correction, one of four houses of correction in Gloucestershire. Built in the 1790s, this was once a fine example of a model prison used to inspire better care and rehabilitation of prisoners throughout Britain and further afield. It even served as a blueprint for London's Pentonville Prison. The…
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Cotswold Friends was established in 1978 as a community transport service. Since then it has expanded into carer respite and befriending and developed a community activities programme, including lunch clubs and social, activity and support groups. Based in the Library, Stow Road, Moreton-in-Marsh, Cotswold Friends has seven part-time members of staff and over 200 volunteers. In 2015 its services benefitted more than 1,800 older and vulnerable people in the north Cotswold community.
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The Tennis Plus Modern Tennis Academy has a programme based at Stratford Park, Stroud, and has just launched a new ‘Coffee Morning’ class on Tuesday & Friday from 9.30am-11am on a Tuesday. This is open to all levels of play and rackets can be provided with coffee provided at the end of the session. We also run a session at our Cirencester site St Michael's Park on a Tuesday from 12 noon to 1.30pm. The first trial session is free to attend and new players are always welcome.…
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Northleach and Fosse Lions Club was formed in late 1989 with an initial 20 members and numbers are still at about that level. We meet at the The Wheatsheaf Inn, in the centre of Northleach, every second Tuesday of the month for our business meeting. We also make the fourth Tuesday of the month a social evening which includes our partners. A lot of our members are people who have moved into the area. A few of our retiring presidents have also gone on to become zone…
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The Cotswold Hall, Northleach, Wednesday mornings 9.30am-11.30am. Suitable for beginners, intermediate and experienced dancers. Bring soft shoes. Call Hilary 01285 851798
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Chedworth Roman Villa

Yanworth, Northleach, Gloucestershire, GL54 3LJ
Chedworth Roman Villa
Situated in the heart of the Cotswolds, Chedworth was one of the largest Roman villas in Britain. The villa was accidentally discovered in June 1864 by two men working on the Stowell Park Estate who were ferreting for rabbits in the woods when their ferret got stuck down a hole. As they dug the ferret out, they revealed a small patch of mosaic pavement. Realising the significance of the find they reported it and it came to the attention of the young landowner – 19-year-old Lord Eldon.…
Far Peak Climbing Centre is a superb indoor climbing facility, offering indoor climbing and bouldering for all ages and abilities and outdoor climbing on its15m tower. It is suitable for people who want to learn, improve or bring the kids down for a party. The centre offers various other activities including archery, bush craft, tree climbing and abseiling. Far Peak is open all year round from 3pm-10pm weekdays and 10am-6pm weekends.

Lodge Park

Lodge Park, Aldsworth, Northleach, Gloucestershire, GL54 3PP
Lodge Park
Nestled in the Cotswold countryside on the picturesque Sherborne Estate, Lodge Park is England’s only surviving and probably most opulent 17th Century grandstand. It was purpose-built in 1634 by John ‘Crump’ Dutton as an observation post for deer coursing and for lavish entertainment. In 1726 renowned landscape designer Charles Bridgeman redesigned the parkland at Lodge Park, which is situated near the Cotswold villages of Sherborne and Aldsworth, and the market town of Northleach. In the 19th Century Lodge Park was modified into a house, then a row of…

The Old Prison, Northleach

Fosse Way, Northleach, Gloucestershire, GL54 3JH
The Old Prison, Northleach
The Old Prison is a fascinating 18th Century building in the Cotswold market town of Northleach and a historic visitor attraction. A visit to the Old Prison offers you a unique glimpse into life in the Northleach House of Correction, one of four houses of correction in Gloucestershire. Built in the 1790s, this was once a fine example of a model prison used to inspire better care and rehabilitation of prisoners throughout Britain and further afield. It even served as a blueprint for London's Pentonville Prison. The…

Cotswold Friends

The Library, Stow Road, Moreton-in-Marsh, Gloucestershire, GL56 0DR
Cotswold Friends was established in 1978 as a community transport service. Since then it has expanded into carer respite and befriending and developed a community activities programme, including lunch clubs and social, activity and support groups. Based in the Library, Stow Road, Moreton-in-Marsh, Cotswold Friends has seven part-time members of staff and over 200 volunteers. In 2015 its services benefitted more than 1,800 older and vulnerable people in the north Cotswold community.
The Tennis Plus Modern Tennis Academy has a programme based at Stratford Park, Stroud, and has just launched a new ‘Coffee Morning’ class on Tuesday & Friday from 9.30am-11am on a Tuesday. This is open to all levels of play and rackets can be provided with coffee provided at the end of the session. We also run a session at our Cirencester site St Michael's Park on a Tuesday from 12 noon to 1.30pm. The first trial session is free to attend and new players are always welcome.…
Northleach and Fosse Lions Club was formed in late 1989 with an initial 20 members and numbers are still at about that level. We meet at the The Wheatsheaf Inn, in the centre of Northleach, every second Tuesday of the month for our business meeting. We also make the fourth Tuesday of the month a social evening which includes our partners. A lot of our members are people who have moved into the area. A few of our retiring presidents have also gone on to become zone…
The Cotswold Hall, Northleach, Wednesday mornings 9.30am-11.30am. Suitable for beginners, intermediate and experienced dancers. Bring soft shoes. Call Hilary 01285 851798
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