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Cheltenham's big wheel is back for 2020

Cheltenham's giant observation wheel will be returning to Imperial Gardens in February 2020, after its huge success as part of Light Up Cheltenham in 2019.

Cheltenham’s big wheel will be back again in February 2020 as part of Light Up Cheltenham 2020.

After its 2019 success, the giant wheel will be in Imperial Gardens once again from Saturday 1 February to Sunday 23 February 2020. Offering great views over Cheltenham’s rooftops, the wheel’s return comes after the 2019 success.


More than 30 buildings across the town centre will be lit up as part of Light Up Cheltenham and a family-friendly launch event will also take place on Saturday 1 February 2020. Featuring street theatre act, Spark, the launch event will be free to attend.

Cheltenham will also be lit up in red to mark Valentine’s Day on Friday 14 February 2020.

Light Up Cheltenham will be free to attend however, charges for the observation wheel will apply.

For more information, see Light Up Cheltenham or call Visit Cheltenham on (01242) 387492.

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Tuesday 26 November 2019

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