There are 10 photo albums.
Christmas 2018: crib scenes (9 photos)
Christmas 2018: crib scenes in the nine parish churches
Quiz night in Colesbourne (3 photos)
This quiz was held in the Long Room at Colesbourne Park. Doors opened at 7pm and quizzing began at 7.30pm. Tickets included a glass of wine on arrival plus nibbles on the table. If booked before 1st November the cost per person was £7.50, or £35 per table (a table fits a comfortable 6 or 8 at a squeeze!). If booked after 1st November the cost was £10 per individual, or £40 per table. A cash bar was available. All proceeds from the evening in aid the parish church of St James' Nave Roof Fund.
Churchyard survey in Coberley (8 photos)
Churchyard survey in Coberley
Litter picking in the Cotswold (6 photos)
The Cotswold are an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty but too often our landscape is blighted by litter and fly tipping
Echoes of World War One (15 photos)
The Centenary of the Armistice on 11th November 1918 was marked marked by services of remembrance in nearly all the parish churches whilst a special commemoration in words and music was performed on 28th October 2018 at the parish church of St John the Evangelist, Elkstone
Harvest Supper in Coberley (6 photos)
Harvest supper on 27th October 2018 kindly hosted by Ian and Mary at Slack's Barn
Colesbourne Flower Festival (16 photos)
On the weekend of 14 & 15 July 2018 Colesbourne held a “Country Flowers for Country Churches” event. The beautifully embroidered altar frontals were displayed. There were three flower arranging demonstrations each afternoon to inspire visitors to create their own floral displays. Flower arranging equipment will be on sale too. The gardens and arboretum of Colesbourne Park, including the famous “blue lake”, was also open for visitors to wander around to enjoy the beautiful peaceful rural setting.
CVB's nine parish churches (27 photos)
Bagendon, Baunton, Coberley, Colesbourne,
Cowley, Elkstone, North Cerney, Rendcomb and Stratton
Summer in the Cotswolds (4 photos)
In June and July of 2018 the Cotswolds experienced the longest period without rainfall since 1976!
Churn Valley landscape (8 photos)
The Churn Valley Benefice is situated in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.