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Events in & around Stow in the Cotswolds

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Ancient gypsy Cotswold horse fair. Attracts hundreds of Cotswolds sightseers to Stow on the Wold.

The fair is held twice a year, usually on the Thursdays closest to 12th May and 24th October, but sometimes a week either way.

Parking is available on King Georges Field and on the Cricket Field

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Bonfire and fireworks on QEII field (the cricket ground) from 6pm.

Lighting the bonfire at 6:15pm, professional fireworks display at 7pm

BBQ, bar and candyfloss stalls

Free entry

Stow on the Wold Bonfire & Fireworks
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Kingham Events presents:
The Kingham Fireworks on Saturday 7th November from 5.30, FIREWORKS at 7pm

The event will take place next to The Royal British Legion, Kingham and there will be plenty of free parking available behind The Legion and next to The Football Club.

The Royal British Legion will be serving drinks. There will be a hog roast, mulled wine and hot chocolate and lots of family fun including fair rides, sparklers and live music from Charley Eaglestone.

The Event is free but please bring some cash for a donation to support the event and local charitable causes.

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Stow on the Wold Farmers Market is normally held on the 2nd Thursday of each month from 9am until 1pm. The market is held in the square around the green where the Old Stocks are located.
Postcode GL54 1BL

The market boasts a wide range of local produce, including cheeses, trout, vegetables, wines, free-range eggs, apple juices and ciders, bread, pastries and locally reared meats

Farmers Market01453 758 060
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When you think of Christmas, think of Christmas in the Cotswolds. There are markets, fairs and celebrations throughout the festive season.

Our listing of Christmas events in and around Stow on the Wold and the Cotwolds should get you in the mood for the festive season

Christmas in the Cotswolds