While August 2020 isn’t like any others that we’ve experienced, there are still plenty of ways to enjoy Gloucestershire and beyond, this summer.
From eating out for less and discovering free things galore in Gloucestershire, to daytrips further afield – surfing in Bristol, exploring the confetti fields in Worcestershire and punting in Oxford – get your August calendars packed full of inspirational ideas.
Restaurants, pubs and cafés (not to mention theatres, railways and castles) across Gloucestershire will be offering 50 per cent off food and soft drinks, Monday to Wednesday, throughout August 2020 – thanks to the new Eat Out to Help Out government scheme. It’s a perfect opportunity to try out some new eateries and help support independents too.
SoGlos has handpicked a whopping 50 FREE ideas for keeping the kids entertained in and around Gloucestershire this summer holidays. How many will you tick off?
Dean Forest Railway in Lydney has just reopened, just in time for a summer holiday steam train journey. Choo, choo.
Hawaii might be out this summer, but get your wetsuit on and head down the M5 for The Wave, Bristol’s inland surfing lagoon, which has reopened this August 2020.
Roll up, roll up! Circus lovers can enjoy dinner under the big top when Giffords Circus launches its new restaurant dining experience, The Feast at Fennells Farm, this August 2020.
Eagerly anticipated is the understatement of the year, with the dates FINALLY revealed for the 10 days the Confetti Flower Field in Pershore will be open to the public. They are getting booked up fast.
Enter SoGlos’s competition to win not one, not two, not three, but FOUR bottles of Fox’s Kiln Distillery gin, handcrafted by the Gloucester Brewery team. Perfect for a summer G&T and local too.
Can we BE anymore excited that FriendsFest – the one with the Friends sets, merch and photo ops galore – is coming to Bristol in July 2021. Tickets have just gone on sale but are selling out fast…
Until Sunday 30 August 2020, Painswick Rococo Garden will be running a new Family Summer Trail, for fresh air, gorgeous gardens and plenty of social distanced fresh air.
Home to the famous university, museums, Inspector Morse and river punting, take a bus trip from Cheltenham to Oxford for just £10 return, on Stagecoach West’s brand-new route.
Monday 03 August 2020
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