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The Countryside of Gloucestershire

Discover the countryside of Gloucestershire on your doorstep or on holiday

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Cotswolds Tourist Information
Accomodation, attractions, things to do... Walking, Cycling.

Gloucestershire Wildlife Trust
Explore the wildlife and reserves of Gloucestershire.

Gloucestershire Geoconservation Trust
Information about the geodiversity of the region.

Walking in Gloucestershire
A large collection of downloadable and printable walks.

Gloucestershire Ramblers
Local branch of the national walking charity.

Forest of Dean & Wye Valley
Information and guides at the official tourism site.

WalkWeb Gloucestershire Walks
A number of walks described and available to print for free.

The Cotswold Way
Official site of this National Trail with guides and planners.

Gloucestershire Orchard Trust
Dedicated to the conservation and celebration of traditional orchards in Gloucestershire.

Cotswolds sunset
Cotswolds by Jonathon Monk, FreeImages

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Rural Retreats in Gloucestershire

From 1 bed romantic stone cottages in the Cotswolds overlooking the countryside with river walks to converted barns and grade II listed buildings Rural Retreats have something for every nature lover.

Latest News

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  • Gloucestershire Bird Report 2014-16 2nd September 2020
    The latest edition of the Gloucestershire Bird Report covering the years 2014 to 2016 is now available to purchase from Gloucestershire Naturalists’ Society, cost £15.00 + £3.25 Post & Packing = £18.25. Click here to purchase. Published by Gloucestershire Ornithological Co-ordinating Committee, this is a combined 3-year report in a new size and format for […]
  • Lockdown blues. And whites, and yellows, and… 4th August 2020
    By Alan Waterman Like many others I had never heard of Wuhan and was only vaguely aware that there were a group of viruses known as Corona viruses. When first reports of a virus came from China in December 2019 I did not think much of it.  We had after all got used to such […]
  • A Purple Surprise 23rd July 2020
    A Purple Emperor was seen on Wednesday 22nd July in the copse south of the car-park at Guiting Woods.  It was seen again on the track across the road through the main woodland on Thursday 23rd. Photos: Rita Gerry
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