5 things to do in the Cotswolds this weekend (Sept 11 – 13)

Sue Ryder Autumn Fayre

Sue Ryder Autumn Fayre - Credit: Archant

This autumnal weekend is completely packed with fun-filled activities for you and your family. Wherever you are in the Cotswolds, make sure you do not miss one of these fantastic events.

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Cheltenham Mega Roller-Disco

Cheltenham Town Hall

11 September, 8 – 11pm,

Admission: £9.50

Don your skates for this adult-only event, and take yourself back in time to the swinging Motown roller discos of the 60’s and 70’s. This is a great opportunity to get fit and celebrate the weekend with some friends on a Friday night. Make sure to book ahead to avoid disappointment.

Ragley Hall Stately Home

Ragley Hall Stately Home - Credit: Getty Images/iStockphoto

The Great British Food Festival

Ragley Hall

12 - 13 September, 10am – 5pm,

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Admission: £8.50

There is plenty of cuisine related activities taking place at Ragley Hall this weekend. From adult cookery and cocktail lessons, to chef demos, live music and a kid’s corner – there is plenty to entertain the whole family at this appetising event.

Sue Ryder Autumn Fayre

Sue Ryder Autumn Fayre - Credit: Archant

Sue Ryder Autumn Fayre

Leckhampton Hospice

12 September, 11am – 4pm

Admission: £2.50

Visitors can enjoy: children’s entertainment, games, face painting, stunt kite displays and a bouncy castle as well as live music and dance displays from special guests. And the Spice Lodge from Cheltenham will be serving up some tasty Pan-Asian cuisine.

Third Stroud Festival - Beowulf

Third Stroud Festival - Beowulf - Credit: Archant

Third Stroud Theatre Festival

Subscription Rooms, Lansdown Hall and Gallery, the British School at Star Anise, and the Imperial Hotel

11 – 13 September

Admission starts at £4

Stroud will play host to its third theatre festival with up to 30 different theatre companies taking place. Visitors can expect children’s theatre performances, classics, comedy shows, spoken word and award winning dramas in six different venues. Go along and enjoy a great weekend of theatre performances.

'Frampton Court Estate' © Patrick Gruban, Flickr, CC BY-SA 2.0

'Frampton Court Estate' © Patrick Gruban, Flickr, CC BY-SA 2.0 - Credit: Archant

Frampton Country Fair

Frampton Court Estate

13 September

Admission: £12

The country fair is a great day out for the whole family and filled with country pursuits. From gundog trials, fly fishing and clay pigeon shooting to some of the West Country’s finest music acts – this fantastic event is in its 30th year and it shows no signs of slowing down.

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