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Days out in and around Cheltenham

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PandaBear · 16/07/2004 14:23

Hi All.

We're off for a family holiday, staying near Cheltenham next week. DD is 2 - any suggestions of where we can go for days out?

Thanks

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onemoreday · 16/07/2004 14:28

Hi PandaBear

Cotswold Wildlife centre always worth a visit. My 18 month old loved it! Can't think what road its off ....try doing an internet search.

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emkana · 16/07/2004 14:29

Sudeley Castle in Winchcombe

Eastnor Castle - has a lake, an adventure playground and a lovely picnic area

The Mohair Centre in the Forest of Dean - lovely indoor play centre, but also has outdoor space with farm animals

Cotswold Wildlife Park - highly recommended!

Cotswold Farm Park

HTH

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PandaBear · 19/07/2004 09:08

Thanks for these suggestions.... any more?

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mrsflowerpot · 19/07/2004 09:13

Wildfowl and Wetlands centre at Slimbridge.
There's a big outdoor pool/lido with nice gardens in Cheltenham which is supposed to be fab if you get a good hot day.
Bourton on the Water is nice for a day out, model village to see, car museum with the original Brum in it ( a mecca for ds age 3!) and it's just a pretty village with the river running through - lots of places for lunch and tea.

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fee77 · 22/07/2004 20:02

Cotswold farm park is fantastic! I went there last month and had a ball. They have tractors for the kids to ride, a petting area, loads of climbing things and loads of space for your little one to burn off energy. They have picnic areas and a little cafe.
Top day out!
here's the link

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