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10 Things to do in Gloucestershire this Weekend May 23-25

By The Citizen  |  Posted: May 23, 2014

Sudeley Castle and Gardens will be hosting a family fun day

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It's bank holiday weekend and Gloucestershire has once again put on a spread of events for you to take your pick from. Here are our top 10 county events this week:

1. Winchcombe is a beautiful location and with the stunning backdrop, Winchcombe Festival of Music and Arts will see a weekend of people flooding to the village for a culture fix.

2. Parents cannot miss the popular Day out with Thomas at Dean Forest Railway Museum where they can ride with Thomas and his friends and meet the fat controller on Saturday.

3. The festival fun isn't just at Winchcombe - Lechlade will be having their fourth Lechlade Festival, a family music festival with belly dancing, children's entertainment and burlesque from Friday to Sunday.

4. Historians as well as those who fancy a day out should make their way to Sudeley Castle and Gardens for their annual Family Fun Day on Sunday, the biggest yet.

5. Fashionistas head to Smokey Joes for their vintage fair which is held on Sunday. It's the first of its kind and will have a good collection of vintage and retro stalls.

6. Burlesque is becoming every bit as fashionable now as it used to be in the 50's and now http://www.subscriptionrooms.org.uk/general.asp?pid=12&pgid=972TARGET="_self">Stroud Subscription Rooms are taking the lead in this Burlesque night

7. Whitminster will be lively this weekend as they are hosting their http://www.whitminsterinn.co.uk/event-bookings/christmas-parties/ TARGET="_self">Whitminster Music and Beer Festival. There will be 22 bands, food and drink for all throughout the weekend.

8. Eat the restaurant of the week: Chimichanga, take a look at the menu here

9. Cook the recipe of the week: Gangnam Style Chicken Wings

10. Watch the film of the week: X Men Days of Future Past - watch the trailer https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gsjtg7m1MMM TARGET="_self">here

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