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Winchcombe-Logo HomeWelcome to the Winchcombe website which is packed full of community and visitor information.

If you live in or around Winchcombe then keep an eye on our HOME page for local news items and don't forget to check in regularly to see what's on.  If you are planning to visit the Town there's lots of information on WHERE TO STAY, WHERE TO EAT, WHAT TO SEE and WHERE TO SHOP.  And if you are a member of our business community make sure you take a look at the BUSINESS pages.  It's the place to be seen .... so make sure your business is listed.

This website is funded and administered by the Winchcombe Business Forum. It is hosted by Cotswold Designs and is generously sponsored the Gloucestershire Market Towns Forum.


Wine Bar & Grill Music Nights

The Wine Bar & Grill have launched a series of new Music Nights in Winchcombe.  Already a firm favourite with locals and a reputation for good food and drink, the Wine Bar & Grill is now showcasing local music evenings twice a month.
Kicking off Saturday, 30th August at 8.30pm with acoustic duo Hambling & Lloyd, and going right through to 20 December with John D'Ambrosio.

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Winchcombe Live

October marks the third season of 'Winchcombe Live', popular music nights at the White Hart Inn.   There will be  new music and a couple of returns for some of the acts that have proved popular.  Starting on 17 October with 'Earl' best described as 'New Country', and finishing with the 'moody and mesmeric', 'Boat to Row', on 20 March 2015.

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WW1 Commemoration Tea Supports Help for Heroes


Members and guests at Winchcombe’s Day Care Centre have raised £360 for Help for Heroes after staging a commemoration afternoon tea marking the start of World War 1. More than 100 supporters turned out to see a special display of war memorabilia, a stunning banner of 425 ‘Lest we forget’ hand-knitted poppies and listen to war songs from the era courtesy of the Monday Members Day Centre Choir.
Staff and volunteers provided afternoon tea with all proceeds in aid of Help for Heroes, to help those wounded in Britain’s current conflicts. Centre Manager Carol Baker, said: “It really was a fantastic afternoon. We had dozens of people visiting us and they were all very interested in reading and seeing the original pictures, letters, medals and memorabilia from the WWI soldiers we had.“ The display of poppies was very impressive and we’d like to thank everyone who supported
us and came along on the day.”

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Help Us Win A Mini Bus

Winchcombe Youth Partnership

We need your help to win a MINI BUS...

The Gloucestershire Echo is running a competition from 11 Aug to 20 Sep, and is printing tokens every day between those dates.

We need to collect as many tokens as possible:

100 tokens = 1 entry in competition.

Please Collect Tokens for Us

Collection Boxes in the Library and Tourist Information Centre

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