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This weekend of great entertainment is fast becoming one of the event highlights in the Cotswold calendar. The 20th Cotswold Show is a myriad of family entertainment from show stopping performances in the main arena to a whole host of action packed activities, fascinating country pursuits and crafts to show stopping stalls and shopping.
Time: Starts Midday
Tickets: Available on-line, via telephone or in person from Cirencester Tourist Information.
Advance: Family (2 adults/2 children 3-14) 17 ; Adults ages 15+ 7 ; Children 3-14 2 ; Under 3s & dogs FREE
Gate: Family (2 adults/2 children 3-14) 20 ; Adults ages 15+ 9 ; Children 3-14 2 ; Under 3s & dogs FREE

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