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Knights Jousting at Blenheim Palace

One of the many shows put on at Blenheim Palace, Woodstock, Oxfordshire during the course of the year. The Jousting of medieval knights are one of the most popular.

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The Windrush Valley in the Cotswolds

One of the major river valleys in the Cotswolds. The River Windrush flows through some of the most picturesque places including the villages of Upper and Lower Slaughter, Bourton-on-the-Water, and Burford.

Fred Dibnah at Warwick Castle

The legendary back street mechanic, steeple jack, explosive demolition, steam and Industrial Age enthusiast. Fred is ambushed by knights on a guided tour of Warwick Castle.

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Oxford - The City of Dreaming Spires

The University City of Oxford is one of the most visited cities in the UK.

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A Walking Tour of Oxford

A dramatic video to match a dramatic city


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The Three Counties Autumn Agricultural Show 2006

Called the three counties because it primarily serves the English counties of Worcestershire, Gloucestershire and Herefordshire.

The very large agricultural show is held at Malvern in Worcestershire on the border with the other two counties.

The Annual Competition of Cheese Rolling

Held at various places, the most famous being at Cooper's Hill, Brockworth, which is just off the A46 Cheltenham to Stroud road.

Competitors sit on the edge of a steep slope, waiting for the guest roller to release a 7lb Double Gloucester cheese on the count of the Master of Ceremonies. They then race down the hill chasing after it - the first person down the hill wins it. The hill in parts approaches a one-in-one gradient guaranteeing a 'topsy-turvy' descent.

For more information see Strange Things in the Cotswolds.



Gypsy Horsefair at Stow
October 2006
One of the largest gatherings of Gypsies in the UK

Cotswolds, Gloucestershire


Three Counties Autumn
Show 2006

Malvern, Worcestershire

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Video of the Traditional Boxing Day Hunt Meet
at the Cotswolds Village of Broadway


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