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Adventure is on your doorstep

I’ve never really been one to explore much of my own country; I tend to prefer jetting off to exotic locations with different cultures and cuisines, with people to meet who live completely different lives to us, and far away from all the responsibilities at home. 520 more words

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Memories Are Made Of This

This September make sure you take a trip out to the Forest of Dean to take a look at exquisite paintings by Mary Edwards in a special art exhibition.  207 more words

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Forest Free for all

Who says history is just about grand houses?

As part of the national Heritage Open Days 2014 the Forest of Dean opens its doors and welcomes all for the long weekend of the 11th – 14th September. 400 more words

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Cats and Cake at Lady Dinah’s Cat Emporium

I know I talk about animals a lot but there is a reason for that…animals are simply great.  There is no doubt about it that every single animal is fascinating in its own way and even though I spend a lot of my spare time with them when I volunteer at London Zoo and with my own pets at home, there is still some sort of magnetic pull wherever I am in the world that has me heading straight for the nearest fluffy nosed creature around. 723 more words

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Taurus Crafts Evening Antiques & Vintage Fair

After a very successful Easter Antiques Fair, Taurus Crafts are introducing the Evening Antiques & Vintage Fair this Saturday with an extensive mix of stalls, food, a bar and a live band! 144 more words

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Mariette Voke – ‘Museum Pieces’

Talented local artist Mariette Voke is set to showcase her latest collection, ‘Museum Pieces’ in an exhibition held at The Dean Heritage Centre (DHC) in Soudley, … 252 more words

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Since life has been really crazy, there’s no video for this message but just a few words shared from my heart to yours.   694 more words

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