If you're not sure what to do this weekend, the WGS has five ideas.

  • The Britannica All New Encyclopedia Quiz show hosted by Christopher Lloyd - Sunday, November 8 from 12pm.

The multiple-choice quiz consists of eight rounds, packed with questions that test both your general knowledge, and your memory and speed at answering.

All participants will remain anonymous unless they win a quiz round.

The overall winning team that triumphs in the ninth and final round will be crowned Britannica Quiz Champions of Stroud Book Festival and receive a free signed copy of the Britannica All-New Children’s Encyclopedia.

Pre-event registration essential. Email: info@stroudbookfestival.org.uk and write ‘family quiz’ in the subject line.

Free quiz for all ages.

For more click here.

  • Floral Delight - Saturday, November 7 from 10am-12.30pm.

Learn how to make beautiful peonies out of rice paper to decorate your bakes.

Please bring your own mask.

Priced at £50 per person.

Cake School Thornbury, 23 St Mary Street.

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  • Mixed Media Landscape - Saturday, November 7 from 10am-4pm.

Create a contemporary responsive landscape working in a range of water based media and collage.

Suitable for beginners, workshop run by Alison Vickery.

Priced at £70 per person.

The Clay Loft, Inchbrook Mill, Gyddynap Lane, Nailsworth.

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  • Wilde without the Boy - Saturday, October 7 from 7pm.

Gareth Armstrong’s brilliant dramatisation of “De Profundis”, Oscar Wilde’s searing letter to his lover, written from his Reading Gaol cell. Told by masterful story teller and Olivier Award winner Gerard Logan.

Tickets £12.50 per person.

The Old Station Yard, Cirencester Road, Tetbury.

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  • Black Jack Guided Walk & Talk - Saturday, November 7 from 10-11.15am.

Learn more about the history of the tower and about the forthcoming restoration to the tower of the statues which have been missing since 1960s.

Suggested donation of £3.

Parish Church, Market Place, Cirencester.

Groups are prebookable by emailing info@projectblackjack.org

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