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Winchcombe Fruit & Veg
Winchcombe Fruit & Veg supplies quality fresh fruit and vegetables locally grown and sourced.
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Gloucestershire Warwickshire Railway
The Gloucestershire Warwickshire Railway (GWR) is often known as the "Friendly line in the Cotswolds" – and not without reason. The GWR is a professional operating railway almost entirely run by volunteers who are from all walks of live and who are passionate about what they do. The track runs along part of the former Great Western Railway's mainline from Birmingham to Cheltenham. Primarily built in the 1900s, the line closed to local passenger traffic in 1960 but remained in use for goods services until 1976. The Gloucestershire…
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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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Sudeley Castle & Gardens
Set against the backdrop of the Cotswold Hills, Sudeley Castle is steeped in history, with royal connections spanning 1,000 years. The castle, just outside Winchcombe, was once home to Queen Katherine Parr - the last and surviving wife of King Henry VIII - who lies entombed in St Mary's Church in the castle grounds. King Charles I found refuge here during the English Civil War when his nephew Prince Rupert established headquarters at Sudeley Castle. Following its ‘slighting’ on Oliver Cromwell’s orders at the end of the…
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The Shoe & Pet Box, Winchcombe
This happy, welcoming, family-run business situated in the heart of Winchcombe is much more than a pet shop. Unlike supermarkets, we can offer nutritional advice for any pet, and suggest the best food for you, taking into consideration your animal's well-being and, of course, the price! Our pet shop caters for disc engraving, nutritional advice, and foods for dogs, cats, rabbits, guinea pigs, hamsters, horses, fish and wild birds. We supply small animal bedding, cages, hutches, and accessories ranging from leads and harnesses to balls and scratch posts.…
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Housed in Winchcombe's Victorian Town Hall, this museum contains two diverse collections, one revealing the town's fascinating past, through photographs, artefacts and memorabilia, while the second gives a unique insight into the history of the police, both national and international. The Folk Museum was first opened in 1928 in St Peter’s Church porch room, illustrating the heritage and lives of ordinary Winchcombe folk. The current displays feature a large 19th Century collection includes the North Street toll board, town posters, and school, personal, domestic and agricultural items used by local…
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Winchcombe Pottery is situated one mile outside the ancient town of Winchcombe on the Broadway Road. Established in 1926 on the site of a pottery dating back to the early 1800s, it is one of the longest running craft potteries in the country, making some of the finest and most practical domestic pottery in the world. All of the beautifully fired products from the pottery kiln are for sale in The Pottery Shop which is open all year round: Monday to Friday 8am-5pm; Saturday and Bank Holidays…
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Boogie Beat is a unique group for pre-schoolers that incorporates music, dance and singing. Our classes have dance themes based on traditional fairy tales and nursery rhymes using all of our own music and illustrations. Boogie Beat classes are energetic and fun, introducing boys and girls to the joys of music and dance from an early age. Classes, workshops and children's parties are provided. he Winchcombe class is at 9.15am on a Monday at Abbey Fields Community Centre, Crispin Road, Winchcombe, Gloucestershire GL54 5JX Call 01242 602746 or 07503 931991,…
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Friends of Winchcombe is a group aiming to support and promote initiatives which enhance the town for its residents, businesses and visitors, and challenge those measures which may threaten its special qualities. A newsletter, Winchcombe Issues, is published three times a year and informs of matters presently being discussed and dealt with. Copies are distributed to all households in Winchcombe, Greet and Gretton. For details, contact the secretary John Markwick on 01242 602499 or email johnmarkwick@btinternet.com
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Fifteen clubs make up the Gloucestershire Federation of Young Farmers Clubs, including a number from right across the Cotswolds. With an age range from 10 to 26, YFCs are open to anyone in the county of age who has an interest in the countryside. The clubs are self-led organisations that vary greatly in their composition and character, but they are there to entertain and educate their members. Typically this would be a calendar of social, educational, fundraising and competitive events operating at club, county, South West area…
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Meetings are held on the 2nd Monday of each month at 7:30pm at Abbey Fields Community Centre, Back Lane, Winchcombe, Gloucestershire GL54 5QH. Contact Janet Rutter (president) on 01242 602298, email info@greetwi.org or visit www.greetwi.org  
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Happenstance is a mixed Border Morris side dancing to live music. We are based in Winchcombe. Mixed Border welcomes both men and women of all ages as dancers and musicians. We meet at Winchcombe Abbey Primary School every Thursday night in the winter months (October-April) between 7.30pm and 9pm then repair to a local hostelry. In the summer months we 'dance out'. If you are interested in joining as a dancer, musician or supporter please contact Cressida Pryor on 01242 604120 or 07791 004649, or email zenziallink@hotmail.com You…
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We meet at Abbey Fields Community Centre, Winchcombe, and do all kinds of patchworks and quilting. We have informal meetings with a teaching session on the first Tuesday from 2pm-4pm and a friendly 'sit and sew' on the third Tuesday, with occasional all-day sessions and workshops. Contact Joan Warner 01242 602363
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This ladies' choir, currently about 20 strong, holds weekly rehearsals on Wednesday evenings at 8pm in the Winchcombe Guide Hall, Hailes Street, with occasional public performances, mostly in local venues. Our repertoire is varied, including folk song arrangements, songs from the shows and sacred pieces. New members are always welcome. For more details, contact John Blenkinsopp at j.blenkinsopp@care4free.net
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Email chair@northcotswoldcamra.org.uk or visit www.northcotswoldcamra.org.uk
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Red Foodbank vouchers can be exchanged at the following places Moreton-in-Marsh Congregational Church, Tuesdays 10am-12 noon Bourton-on-the-Water Baptist Church, Thursdays 10am-12 noon and 2-4pm Cotswold Christian Centre, Gretton Road, Winchcombe, Tuesdays 1-3pm and Fridays 11am-12.30pm Chipping Campden Baptist Church, Fridays 12.30pm-1.30pm Manager Rhian Morgan. For more information call 07879 375562 or email info@northcotswold.foodbank.org.uk
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Monthly meetings on various topics held at Winchcombe Library, Back Lane, Winchcombe, Gloucestershire GL54 5PZ  Contact Chris Adamson on 01242 680469 or Sylvia Hughes on 01242 673788, email sylviahughes58@hotmail.com 
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Radio Winchcombe is a voluntary-run community radio station which is always looking for new ways to raise money for equipment and licences. It welcomes people to join its volunteer team by training as programme presenters, programme makers and studio technicians. Help is also needed with fundraising ideas and at events, assistance with publicity and advertising and we always welcome any new ideas and material suggestions. Radio Winchcombe is based at the Youth Centre, Gretton Road, Winchcombe, Gloucestershire GL54 5EE For more information, call 01242 609571, email studio@radiowinchcombe.co.uk or visit www.radiowinchcombe.co.uk
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Ringing practice at St Peter's Church, Winchcombe, is on Wednesdays at 7.30pm, and Sunday ringing is at 9.45am. If you're interested in learning to ring, or if you'd just like to come along and see what ringing entails, contact the tower captain Clare Pritchard 01242 602814.
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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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This is a men's group which meet up fortnightly on Friday mornings. There is also a ladies Probus Club, which meets fortnightly on Tuesdays. We organise occasional outings for members and their partners to places of interest, local walks, lunch and other social events. The Probus Club is a social event sharing experiences meeting new people, inviting speakers to talk about things of interest over refreshments and usually regroup afterwards in the local pub. Contact secretary Tony Mason at abmason13@btinternet.com
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The club plays at Abbey Fields Community Centre in Back Lane, Winchcombe. The season runs from late September to the end of March. We welcome experienced and new players. For more information contact Lesley Rafferty on 01242 602860 or email mike_and_les@btinternet.com
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Fun and friendly group singing Gospel, African, British, American, Pop, Jazz, Balkan, Sacred, Pacific and more. No auditions, no sight reading - just bring your voice and join in. All songs taught by ear. Meets Wednesday mornings from 10am till noon in term-time in the Cleeve Room, Abbey Fields Community Centre, Winchcombe GL54 5QH. Termly subscription equivalent to £5 per session. Introductory session free of charge. Contact Liz Hooper on 01905 620827 or email Lizhooper@naturalvoice.net
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Our beautiful ground is located at Corndean Lane in Winchcombe, amidst rolling hills and overlooking Sudeley Castle, the perfect place to play and watch the wonderful game of cricket. Please do come along and watch a match on a weekend or join us on a Friday evening for a BBQ with the juniors. Facilities include a multi wicket square, two practice nets, one with bowling machine, a lovely pavilion with score-box and a licensed bar with pool table. Our adult teams compete in the Cotswold Hills league…
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We are a friendly club based in Winchcombe and are into all forms of cycling, on and off-road. Whether you’re a novice or an expert, the club has something to offer. Members take part in regular social rides, Audax/Sportive riding, MTB enduro events, road racing/time trialling and touring. Contact John Mackelworth (road riding) on 01242 602286 or John Taylor (mountain biking) on 01242 603234, email winchcombecc@aol.com or visit www.winchcombecc.org.uk
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Meets once a month on Wednesday evenings at 7.30pm in the Methodist Church Hall, Winchcombe. Visitors and new members welcome. Contact Terry Howell on 01242 609590 or email tandj.howell@btinternet.com
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If you are interested in learning to ring and would like to know a little more about ringing, meetings are held on Thursday afternoons. Contact Barbara Herod on 01242 602049, or email aaherod@btinternet.com
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Probus clubs provide an opportunity for retired or semi-retired people to meet and socialise. Winchcombe Ladies Probus meets fortnightly on Tuesdays. Contact M Simpson on mariannasimpson@hotmail.co.uk  O1242 692352.
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Winchcombe Matters are here to help work for the community, making sure we help our future neighbourhood plans and views are heard.  Contact Sue Sturgeon on 01242 604334 or email sue.sturgeon@argonet.co.uk
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The Winchcombe Probus Mercia Club for men provides an opportunity for retired or semi-retired people to meet and socialise. We meet fortnightly on Wednesdays. Contact John Pearce on 01242 602834.
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We currently have teams in the Cheltenham Table Tennis League from high class standards to real beginners. Contact club secretary Keith Ferguson on 01242 609172, email jkferguson@btinternet.com or visit www.tabletennis365.com/Winchcombe
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Winchcombe Town has three teams - the 1st team plays in the Gloucestershire Northern Senior League; the 2nd team play in the Cheltenham First Division; and the 3rd team plays in Cheltenham Division Six. Contact Philip Comfort on 07798 631266 or visit www.clubwebsite.co.uk/winchcombetownfc01
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Winchcombe is a member of the National Walkers are Welcome UK Network, a community-led approach to developing towns and villages with excellent walking facilities.   The Walkers are Welcome status helps strengthen a town’s reputation as a place for visitors to come and enjoy the outdoors, bringing benefits to the local economy.   We organise an annual Walking Festival, developed the 42-mile long distance Winchcombe Way, created an ‘accessible for all’ riverside path, publish downloadable walking routes, and drive many initiatives around the town to make Winchcombe a…
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Meets on the 3rd Tuesday of the month at 2.30pm in Winchcombe Methodist Church Hall, High Street. All visitors are very welcome. Contact Adeline Rucklidge on 01242 603101, email enquiries.winchcombewi@yahoo.co.uk or visit www.sites.google.com/site/winchcombewi/home  
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Young at Heart Memory Club meets on the first Tuesday of every month from 10.30am-12.30pm at Winchcombe Day Centre, Langley Close, Winchcombe, Gloucestershire GL54 5QN This is a free support service for people with dementia or memory problems and their friends, families and carers. We offer meaningful activities, specialist advice, education and signposting. Contact Kelly Hennessey-Ford on 07707 787580 or email khennesseyford@googlemail.com  
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Winchcombe Fruit & Veg

4 North Street, Winchcombe, Gloucestershire, GL54 5LH
  • T: 01242 609500
Winchcombe Fruit & Veg
Winchcombe Fruit & Veg supplies quality fresh fruit and vegetables locally grown and sourced.

Gloucestershire Warwickshire Railway

The Railway Station, Toddington, Gloucestershire, GL54 5DT
Gloucestershire Warwickshire Railway
The Gloucestershire Warwickshire Railway (GWR) is often known as the "Friendly line in the Cotswolds" – and not without reason. The GWR is a professional operating railway almost entirely run by volunteers who are from all walks of live and who are passionate about what they do. The track runs along part of the former Great Western Railway's mainline from Birmingham to Cheltenham. Primarily built in the 1900s, the line closed to local passenger traffic in 1960 but remained in use for goods services until 1976. The Gloucestershire…

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…

Sudeley Castle & Gardens

Winchcombe, Gloucestershire, GL54 5JD
Sudeley Castle & Gardens
Set against the backdrop of the Cotswold Hills, Sudeley Castle is steeped in history, with royal connections spanning 1,000 years. The castle, just outside Winchcombe, was once home to Queen Katherine Parr - the last and surviving wife of King Henry VIII - who lies entombed in St Mary's Church in the castle grounds. King Charles I found refuge here during the English Civil War when his nephew Prince Rupert established headquarters at Sudeley Castle. Following its ‘slighting’ on Oliver Cromwell’s orders at the end of the…

The Shoe & Pet Box, Winchcombe

2 North Street, Winchcombe, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, GL54 5LH
The Shoe & Pet Box, Winchcombe
This happy, welcoming, family-run business situated in the heart of Winchcombe is much more than a pet shop. Unlike supermarkets, we can offer nutritional advice for any pet, and suggest the best food for you, taking into consideration your animal's well-being and, of course, the price! Our pet shop caters for disc engraving, nutritional advice, and foods for dogs, cats, rabbits, guinea pigs, hamsters, horses, fish and wild birds. We supply small animal bedding, cages, hutches, and accessories ranging from leads and harnesses to balls and scratch posts.…

Winchcombe Folk & Police Museum

Old Town Hall, High Street, Winchcombe, Gloucestershire, GL54 5LJ
Housed in Winchcombe's Victorian Town Hall, this museum contains two diverse collections, one revealing the town's fascinating past, through photographs, artefacts and memorabilia, while the second gives a unique insight into the history of the police, both national and international. The Folk Museum was first opened in 1928 in St Peter’s Church porch room, illustrating the heritage and lives of ordinary Winchcombe folk. The current displays feature a large 19th Century collection includes the North Street toll board, town posters, and school, personal, domestic and agricultural items used by local…

Winchcombe Pottery

Broadway Road, Winchcombe, Gloucestershire, GL54 5NU
Winchcombe Pottery is situated one mile outside the ancient town of Winchcombe on the Broadway Road. Established in 1926 on the site of a pottery dating back to the early 1800s, it is one of the longest running craft potteries in the country, making some of the finest and most practical domestic pottery in the world. All of the beautifully fired products from the pottery kiln are for sale in The Pottery Shop which is open all year round: Monday to Friday 8am-5pm; Saturday and Bank Holidays…

Food Fanatics Delicatessen and Coffee Shop, Winchcombe

12 North Street, Winchcombe, Gloucestershire, GL54 5LH

Juri’s - The Olde Bakery Tea Shoppe, Winchcombe

High Street, Winchcombe, Gloucestershire, GL54 5LJ
  • T: 01242 602469

Restaurant 5 North Street, Winchcombe

5 North Street, Winchcombe, Gloucestershire, GL54 5LH

The Craven Arms, Brockhampton

Brockhampton, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, GL54 5XQ

The Lady Jane Tearoom, Winchcombe

7 Hailes Street, Winchcombe, Gloucestershire, GL54 5HU
Boogie Beat is a unique group for pre-schoolers that incorporates music, dance and singing. Our classes have dance themes based on traditional fairy tales and nursery rhymes using all of our own music and illustrations. Boogie Beat classes are energetic and fun, introducing boys and girls to the joys of music and dance from an early age. Classes, workshops and children's parties are provided. he Winchcombe class is at 9.15am on a Monday at Abbey Fields Community Centre, Crispin Road, Winchcombe, Gloucestershire GL54 5JX Call 01242 602746 or 07503 931991,…
Friends of Winchcombe is a group aiming to support and promote initiatives which enhance the town for its residents, businesses and visitors, and challenge those measures which may threaten its special qualities. A newsletter, Winchcombe Issues, is published three times a year and informs of matters presently being discussed and dealt with. Copies are distributed to all households in Winchcombe, Greet and Gretton. For details, contact the secretary John Markwick on 01242 602499 or email johnmarkwick@btinternet.com
Fifteen clubs make up the Gloucestershire Federation of Young Farmers Clubs, including a number from right across the Cotswolds. With an age range from 10 to 26, YFCs are open to anyone in the county of age who has an interest in the countryside. The clubs are self-led organisations that vary greatly in their composition and character, but they are there to entertain and educate their members. Typically this would be a calendar of social, educational, fundraising and competitive events operating at club, county, South West area…
Meetings are held on the 2nd Monday of each month at 7:30pm at Abbey Fields Community Centre, Back Lane, Winchcombe, Gloucestershire GL54 5QH. Contact Janet Rutter (president) on 01242 602298, email info@greetwi.org or visit www.greetwi.org  
Happenstance is a mixed Border Morris side dancing to live music. We are based in Winchcombe. Mixed Border welcomes both men and women of all ages as dancers and musicians. We meet at Winchcombe Abbey Primary School every Thursday night in the winter months (October-April) between 7.30pm and 9pm then repair to a local hostelry. In the summer months we 'dance out'. If you are interested in joining as a dancer, musician or supporter please contact Cressida Pryor on 01242 604120 or 07791 004649, or email zenziallink@hotmail.com You…
We meet at Abbey Fields Community Centre, Winchcombe, and do all kinds of patchworks and quilting. We have informal meetings with a teaching session on the first Tuesday from 2pm-4pm and a friendly 'sit and sew' on the third Tuesday, with occasional all-day sessions and workshops. Contact Joan Warner 01242 602363
This ladies' choir, currently about 20 strong, holds weekly rehearsals on Wednesday evenings at 8pm in the Winchcombe Guide Hall, Hailes Street, with occasional public performances, mostly in local venues. Our repertoire is varied, including folk song arrangements, songs from the shows and sacred pieces. New members are always welcome. For more details, contact John Blenkinsopp at j.blenkinsopp@care4free.net
Email chair@northcotswoldcamra.org.uk or visit www.northcotswoldcamra.org.uk
Red Foodbank vouchers can be exchanged at the following places Moreton-in-Marsh Congregational Church, Tuesdays 10am-12 noon Bourton-on-the-Water Baptist Church, Thursdays 10am-12 noon and 2-4pm Cotswold Christian Centre, Gretton Road, Winchcombe, Tuesdays 1-3pm and Fridays 11am-12.30pm Chipping Campden Baptist Church, Fridays 12.30pm-1.30pm Manager Rhian Morgan. For more information call 07879 375562 or email info@northcotswold.foodbank.org.uk
Monthly meetings on various topics held at Winchcombe Library, Back Lane, Winchcombe, Gloucestershire GL54 5PZ  Contact Chris Adamson on 01242 680469 or Sylvia Hughes on 01242 673788, email sylviahughes58@hotmail.com 
Radio Winchcombe is a voluntary-run community radio station which is always looking for new ways to raise money for equipment and licences. It welcomes people to join its volunteer team by training as programme presenters, programme makers and studio technicians. Help is also needed with fundraising ideas and at events, assistance with publicity and advertising and we always welcome any new ideas and material suggestions. Radio Winchcombe is based at the Youth Centre, Gretton Road, Winchcombe, Gloucestershire GL54 5EE For more information, call 01242 609571, email studio@radiowinchcombe.co.uk or visit www.radiowinchcombe.co.uk
Ringing practice at St Peter's Church, Winchcombe, is on Wednesdays at 7.30pm, and Sunday ringing is at 9.45am. If you're interested in learning to ring, or if you'd just like to come along and see what ringing entails, contact the tower captain Clare Pritchard 01242 602814.
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…
This is a men's group which meet up fortnightly on Friday mornings. There is also a ladies Probus Club, which meets fortnightly on Tuesdays. We organise occasional outings for members and their partners to places of interest, local walks, lunch and other social events. The Probus Club is a social event sharing experiences meeting new people, inviting speakers to talk about things of interest over refreshments and usually regroup afterwards in the local pub. Contact secretary Tony Mason at abmason13@btinternet.com
The club plays at Abbey Fields Community Centre in Back Lane, Winchcombe. The season runs from late September to the end of March. We welcome experienced and new players. For more information contact Lesley Rafferty on 01242 602860 or email mike_and_les@btinternet.com
Fun and friendly group singing Gospel, African, British, American, Pop, Jazz, Balkan, Sacred, Pacific and more. No auditions, no sight reading - just bring your voice and join in. All songs taught by ear. Meets Wednesday mornings from 10am till noon in term-time in the Cleeve Room, Abbey Fields Community Centre, Winchcombe GL54 5QH. Termly subscription equivalent to £5 per session. Introductory session free of charge. Contact Liz Hooper on 01905 620827 or email Lizhooper@naturalvoice.net
Our beautiful ground is located at Corndean Lane in Winchcombe, amidst rolling hills and overlooking Sudeley Castle, the perfect place to play and watch the wonderful game of cricket. Please do come along and watch a match on a weekend or join us on a Friday evening for a BBQ with the juniors. Facilities include a multi wicket square, two practice nets, one with bowling machine, a lovely pavilion with score-box and a licensed bar with pool table. Our adult teams compete in the Cotswold Hills league…
We are a friendly club based in Winchcombe and are into all forms of cycling, on and off-road. Whether you’re a novice or an expert, the club has something to offer. Members take part in regular social rides, Audax/Sportive riding, MTB enduro events, road racing/time trialling and touring. Contact John Mackelworth (road riding) on 01242 602286 or John Taylor (mountain biking) on 01242 603234, email winchcombecc@aol.com or visit www.winchcombecc.org.uk
Meets once a month on Wednesday evenings at 7.30pm in the Methodist Church Hall, Winchcombe. Visitors and new members welcome. Contact Terry Howell on 01242 609590 or email tandj.howell@btinternet.com
If you are interested in learning to ring and would like to know a little more about ringing, meetings are held on Thursday afternoons. Contact Barbara Herod on 01242 602049, or email aaherod@btinternet.com
Probus clubs provide an opportunity for retired or semi-retired people to meet and socialise. Winchcombe Ladies Probus meets fortnightly on Tuesdays. Contact M Simpson on mariannasimpson@hotmail.co.uk  O1242 692352.
Winchcombe Matters are here to help work for the community, making sure we help our future neighbourhood plans and views are heard.  Contact Sue Sturgeon on 01242 604334 or email sue.sturgeon@argonet.co.uk
The Winchcombe Probus Mercia Club for men provides an opportunity for retired or semi-retired people to meet and socialise. We meet fortnightly on Wednesdays. Contact John Pearce on 01242 602834.
We currently have teams in the Cheltenham Table Tennis League from high class standards to real beginners. Contact club secretary Keith Ferguson on 01242 609172, email jkferguson@btinternet.com or visit www.tabletennis365.com/Winchcombe
Winchcombe Town has three teams - the 1st team plays in the Gloucestershire Northern Senior League; the 2nd team play in the Cheltenham First Division; and the 3rd team plays in Cheltenham Division Six. Contact Philip Comfort on 07798 631266 or visit www.clubwebsite.co.uk/winchcombetownfc01
Winchcombe is a member of the National Walkers are Welcome UK Network, a community-led approach to developing towns and villages with excellent walking facilities.   The Walkers are Welcome status helps strengthen a town’s reputation as a place for visitors to come and enjoy the outdoors, bringing benefits to the local economy.   We organise an annual Walking Festival, developed the 42-mile long distance Winchcombe Way, created an ‘accessible for all’ riverside path, publish downloadable walking routes, and drive many initiatives around the town to make Winchcombe a…
Meets on the 3rd Tuesday of the month at 2.30pm in Winchcombe Methodist Church Hall, High Street. All visitors are very welcome. Contact Adeline Rucklidge on 01242 603101, email enquiries.winchcombewi@yahoo.co.uk or visit www.sites.google.com/site/winchcombewi/home  
Young at Heart Memory Club meets on the first Tuesday of every month from 10.30am-12.30pm at Winchcombe Day Centre, Langley Close, Winchcombe, Gloucestershire GL54 5QN This is a free support service for people with dementia or memory problems and their friends, families and carers. We offer meaningful activities, specialist advice, education and signposting. Contact Kelly Hennessey-Ford on 07707 787580 or email khennesseyford@googlemail.com  
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