Learn about the best of Cotswold design at first ever homes and interior festival

Design enthusiasts have the chance to hear from experts — including TV home makeover icon Laurence Llewelyn-Bowen — about all things Cotswold interiors at a new free festival in March 2024.

By Jake Chown  |  Published
Special guest Laurence Llewelyn-Bowen is giving a Cotswold-focused talk at the first Cotswold Homes and Interior Festival, along with a line up of local experts. Laurence Llewelyn-Bowen © Steve Thorp.

Cotswold District Council is inviting people to learn more about the services offered by some of the area's best home and interior businesses at the inaugural Cotswold Homes and Interior Festival this March.

From furnishings, flooring, art and ornaments to property maintenance and energy efficiency, businesses and design experts are giving talks and manning stalls at the all-day event at The Corn Hall in Cirencester on Saturday 2 March 2024.

Covering everything from antique restoration to choosing art for your home and buying furniture at auction, the programme of talks also includes a special appearance from TV star Laurence Llewelyn-Bowen, delivering a session on design with a Cotswold focus. 

Visitors can also participate in workshops with Tania Davies Interior Design and the Cirencester Repair Café at Vanessa Arbuthnott Fabrics on Ashcroft Road.

The event — new for this year — has been organised by the council and is funded by a grant from the government's UK Shared Prosperity Fund (UKSPF).

The festival is free to attend but booking onto the talks and workshops is recommended. Details on how to book can be found on the council's website.


Cotswold Homes and Interior Festival


Saturday 2 March 2024


From 10am to 5pm


Free, but booking for talks and workshops is recommended

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