Here are some of the upcoming events near you this week.

Friday, August 9

Painswick Country Market

Homemade cakes, pastries and savouries, local honey, jams and chutney, seasonal plants, flowers, fruit and vegetables, crafts and greetings cards.

Painswick Town Hall, from 9.30-11am.

Mark Cole live - a Damon T tribute night

Crown & Sceptre, Stroud

Mark will be playing in tribute to Damon who left us last week From 8.30pm, free entry.

Woodchester Bat Experience

Learn about Greater and Lesser Horseshoe bats and watch them in their maternity roosts via cameras.

Woodchester Mansion, Nympsfield, Stonehouse, £7.50 per person, meet at 7.30pm.

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Saturday, August 10

Dursley Farmers Market

A local produce market, held once month.

Under the Town Hall, from 8.30am-1pm.

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Sunday, August 11

Woodlands Farm Open Garden

1½ acre garden with generously sized garden rooms.

Home made teas are available, entry: £7.

Woodlands Farm, Winchcombe, from 10am - 4pm.

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Cooked Breakfast & Walk

St James the Great, Westerleigh from 9-11am.

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Monday, August 12

Arts Award Discover in a Day

Working through your very own log book, you will begin by exploring the museum to find out about ancient artists.

The Corinium Museum, Cirencester, from 10.15am-1.30pm.

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Annual Perseid Meteor Shower

Shooting stars can appear anywhere in the sky, so best simply to sit where you can see as much sky as possible, away from bright streetlights; no need for telescopes or binoculars.

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Tuesday, August 13

Teddy Bear Tuesday

Join in the fun and bring your own teddy bear, or your special cuddly toy, no need to book – just turn up on the day at GWSR, Winchcombe.

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Guided Walks: The Jackdaw View of Malmesbury

Some of the history of Malmesbury that doesn’t make the text books – with a focus on Malmesbury’s historic place as ‘the rottenest borough in England’.

Finishing at the (in)famous Old White Lion, where suitable refreshments will be available.

Starts at 7pm at Malmesbury Town Hall.

Tickets: adult £6 or child £3.

Healing Herbs

Learn about the healing power of plants and make a sweet scented sachet, sleep pillow or lavender bag to take home, a family drop in workshop recommended for ages five and over.

Museum in the Park, Stratford Park, £2 to take part, from 11am-4pm, running until

Thursday, August 15.

Wednesday, August 14

Watercolour Painting

Tetbury Goods Shed Arts Centre, Gumstool Hill, from 10am - 12pm.

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Thursday, August 15

Folk Night

Expect screaming fiddles, rattling banjos and heaving accordions with some traditional Irish jigs and reels!

The Salutation Inn, 1 The Kennels, Ham, from 7.30-10.30pm.

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