See one of the largest collections of naturalised snowdrops in the country at Painswick Rococo Gardens.
From as soon as January starts each year, the garden’s staff are anticipating that the snowdrops will be at their best, with the main Snowdrop Grove in flower.
Garden director Dominic Hamilton says: ‘Predicting the flowering of snowdrops is one of nature’s big gambles, as their peak is very dependent on the weather. With the warm December and early January our snowdrops are at least two weeks ahead of where they would normally be.’
Attracting thousands of visitors from far and wide every year, the snowdrops are set to carpet the area, providing a breathtaking sight at Painswick Rococo Gardens.
- Venue: Painswick Rococo Garden
- Dates: January to late February
- Times: From 10.30am to 5pm
Gift Aid Admission* Standard Admission Adults £8.30 £7.50 Seniors (60+) £7.30 £6.50 Children (5-16) £4.00 £3.60 Family (2+2) £22.00 £20.00
- Telephone: (01452) 813204
Dogs welcome on leads.
Prepare for an evening of memorising entertainment when the wildly popular Gifford’s Circus returns to thrill audiences for another year.
Bringing the weird and wonderful, Gifford’s Circus promises another spectacular show.
Award-winning comedy director Cal McCrystal returns to lead the stellar cast, during a show featuring live music, jaw-dropping stunts, and amazing animal performances, which is sure to follow the storming success of last year’s tour.
Guests also have the chance to visit the company’s Circus Sauce for a delicious three-course meal, which as the UK’s only travelling restaurant, offers a truly unique dining experience.
For information about all dates in Gloucestershire and the Cotswolds, see Gifford’s Circus for further information.
The Festival – March 13th 2018 – March 16th 2018
The highlight of the Jump season with an atmosphere that will make the hairs on the back of your neck stand up. The Festival™ epitomises and encompasses everything that is great about Jump racing, whilst delivering an unbelievable occasion as the finest horses, jockeys, owners and trainers battle it out for the highest racing honours.
Read more at www.thefestival.co.uk
Festival Trials Day – 27th January 2018
Have you ever wondered about our imposing manor houses, quiet medieval villages, idyllic swathes of countryside – the Cotswolds offers a lot for location scouts in the film business. Here are the most popular filming locations in the Cotswolds, as seen on screens big and small.
Whether you want to enjoy cream tea in a landscaped garden or unwind in front of a log fire in a local pub, we’ve created a guide to help you make the most of your visit to the countryside town of Painswick.
Check out the link Compliments of Cotswold Life and discover more about Painswick.