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Special Cotswolds AONB 50th anniversary tour!

We’ve teamed up with the  Cotswolds Conservation Board to offer a special Arts and Crafts Guided Tour of the Cotswolds to help the region celebrate its 50th anniversary of becoming a designated Area of Outstanding National Beauty (AONB). The Cotswolds, the largest of

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Tour of Britain 2014

Cycling has become HUGE in Great Britain over the last few years. We have traditionally lagged far behind our bike-loving European neighbours, but this is all changing. Thanks to heavy investment in British sport in the run-up to the London

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Broadway Tower (again!)

Broadway Tower currently features on the front cover of the latest edition of the Lonely Planet for Great Britain.

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Broadway Tower

Then, to top it all off, the views from the roof are quite sensational.

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An afternoon in the Cotswolds

I’m almost ashamed to admit but up until yesterday I’d only ventured into the Cotswolds twice this year. So, armed with two basic cameras and an iPod playlist containing  The Holloways, Of Monsters and Men, Oasis, Goo Goo Dolls and

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