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14/06/2021

Val Bourne at the Cotswold House Hotel, Chipping Campden

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A Charity Lunch with Garden Writer Val Bourne on Friday 15 June 2012 in aid of Action Medical Research, at the Cotswold House Hotel.
To celebrate 30 years of local fund-raising for this excellent charity, come and enjoy a glass of wine in the garden (weather permitting) followed by a two-course summer lunch, then enjoy a talk from Val Bourne.

Val, who gardens without chemicals near Cheltenham, is a lecturer and garden writer with columns in The Daily Telegraph, Saga Magazine, The Oxford Times, The Hardy Plant Society Journal. Author of the Ten Minute Gardener Series and Colour in the Garden, she’ll inspire you and answer your garden questions.
Time: 12 for 12.30pm
Tickets: £39 Single Ticket £70 Double Ticket include a book and donation to Action Medical Research

Cotswold House, this luxury Hotel and Spa in the heart of Chipping Campden, Gloucestershire, is one of the most beautiful hotels in the Cotswolds. Experience tranquillity, sublime comfort, exceptional food and a stunning Spa.

The unique contemporary style makes it one of the most admired boutique hotels in the Cotswolds.

Cotswold House Hotel and Spa
The Square
Chipping Campden
Gloucestershire
GL55 6AN
Telephone: 01386 840330

www.cotswoldhouse.com

Source: Midas PR

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