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Stroud Farmers' Market is multi-award winning and is well known as one of the biggest, busiest and most popular farmers' markets in the UK and has been featured in the Sunday Telegraph, The Observer, The Independent, The Guardian Weekend, The Times and the Country Living Guide to Farmers' Markets.
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This is a buzzing multi award winning farmers market in Stroud every Saturday morning with lots of amazing food and artisan products for sale.
Saturday mornings at Stroud are what many locals look forward to each week. Stroud comes alive with foodies, artists and makers and producers from around the area.
Saturday morning wander. Pick up some delicious, locally produced food or local crafts
Farmers Market at Cornhill Stroud and surrounding streets, Stroud GL5 2HH, every Saturday 9am-2pm. Food and local produce from the Gloucestershire area.
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“The Kitchen is a fabulous and well regarded ‘go to’ in Minchinhampton. Assumpta and Peter are very warm and friendly, super hosts. Their breakfasts are spoken about and recommended by all that eat them! Their cream teas are devine and there is so much more on offer. All, just a couple of minutes walk from Bakers Cottage.”
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“The Bear of Rodborough is located on Rodborough Common within the acres of beautiful National Trust land.”
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“An old hunting lodge of Henry VIII, you can't beat the epic setting. Choose from the pub garden, the snug nooks in the bar or the restaurant with full-length windows over the valley.”
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“Sudeley is a Grade I listed Castle near the medieval market town of Winchcombe, and has 10 notable gardens covering some 15 acres. Even more notable, is the Royal history it boasts. Building of the castle began in 1443 for the Lord High Treasurer of England, and was later seized by the crown and became the property of King Edward IV and King Richard III. King Henry VIII and his then wife Anne Boleyn visited the castle in 1535 and it later became the home and final resting place of his sixth wife, Katherine Parr, who is buried in the castle’s church, making Sudeley the only privately owned castle in England to have a Queen of England buried in its grounds. Sudeley soon became the home of the Chandos Family, and the castle was visited on three occasions by Queen Elizabeth I, who held a three-day party there to celebrate the defeat of the Spanish Armada. During the First English Civil War the castle was used as a military base, by King Charles I and Prince Rupert, and it was later laid to siege and slated by parliament, remaining largely in ruins for the following few centuries until its purchase in 1837 by the Dent family, who restored it to its former glory. The centrepiece is the Queens Garden, so named because four of England’s queens – Anne Boleyn, Katherine Parr, Lady Jane Grey and Elizabeth I – once walked upon the original Tudor Parterre. All-year-round activities and events are available. This was the filming location for Tess of the D’Urbervilles, Emma (1996), and The White Princess.”
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