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Autumn colours in Gloucestershire and beyond

On September 29th, 2017 Rebecca Wilson wrote on the subject of The Great Outdoors.

We love autumn, admittedly it is usually after the Vitamin D has been in plentiful supply and summer has left freckles on our noses. Alas not this year.   There is still much to love about autumn, like lighting the log burner and warming meals made with all the abundant British veggies; and feeling like […]

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Blog of the Month: Cotswold Create

On August 27th, 2015 Rebecca Wilson wrote on the subject of Blog of the Month,The Great Outdoors.

For our ‘Blog of the Month’ feature, every month we will be introducing a new blog that we love and hope you will too! This month’s blogger is Georgie from CotswoldCreate. We’re always excited to read blogs about our beautiful part of the country, whether they’re talking about our old favourites or hidden gems that we have yet to […]

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Walkers are Welcome in Bingley

On April 29th, 2015 Rebecca Wilson wrote on the subject of The Great Outdoors.

We love nothing more than getting our hiking boots on and heading out into the countryside, so we think it’s fantastic when towns go out of their way to make it as easy and pleasant as possible for us walkers. ‘Walkers are Welcome’ is a community-led initiative to encourage towns and villages to do just […]

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Walks We Love: Walks in St. Ives, Bingley

On October 7th, 2014 Rebecca Wilson wrote on the subject of The Great Outdoors.

Here at Turtle Towers, we simply love the Great Outdoors. With the Cotswolds being right on our doorstep we take any opportunity we can to get our walking boots on and head out into the countryside. To us, there are few better ways to spend a weekend than a long walk followed by a cosy […]

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The Cotswolds’ Top Picks: B&Bs

On July 3rd, 2014 Rebecca Wilson wrote on the subject of The Great Outdoors.

With picture-perfect thatched-roof cottages, medieval churches, honey-coloured limestone and miles of arable fields, it is little wonder that the Cotswolds was designated an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB) almost 50 years ago. But like many British AONBs, the region is replete with B&Bs and hotels vying for your attention and the choice available can […]

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