Friday, July 12
Yate and District Rotary Club Beer and Music Festival
The biggest beer and music festival in the area returns for its 24 year.
Advance tickets only, running until July, 13.
The Tiger Who Came to Tea
Exhibition at Newark Park to celebrate 50 years.
Running until September,1.
Newark Park, Wotton-under-edge, 11am-5pm.
Artisan and Farmers’ Market
From 9am-3pm, Malmesbury, historic Market Cross.
Saturday, July 13
Upper Slaughter Fete
Live music, barbecue, beer, rose wine and Pimms tents, white elephant, tombola, plants and produce, plus river racing and homemade cakes.
Banks of the River Eye, Upper Slaughter, from 12-3pm, free parking.
The Cotswold Show
Two days, 100 acres, hundreds of attractions and 40,000 visitors – the Cotswold Show is now one of the most popular on the regional Country Show calendar.
Cirencester Park, 9am-6pm
Molly-Anne + Band
A young and upcoming country musician, multi-instrumentalist and award-winning songwriter from Gloucestershire.
Under the Edge Arts, Wotton, 7.30-11pm
Chateau Impney Hill Climb
Two day event, over £500m worth of classic cars, supercars, and hypercars will feature in the fifth edition of the historic British racing weekend.
Tewkesbury Medieval Festival
Free entry but a small fee for car parking.
Running until July, 14.
Lower Lode Lane, Tewkesbury, 11am-6pm.
Stroud Country Show
A great family day out celebrating local produce, skills and talents.
Stratford Park, Stroud, 11am-5pm.
Family fun, tombola, raffle, games and competitions.
Church Farm, 2pm.
Sunday, July 14
The Cotswold Show
Day two of this popular event.
Cirencester Park, 9am-5pm.
10k Greystones Swan Lake Run
Help care for Greystones, a picturesque nature reserve home to orchids, water voles and other wildlife, by running 10km through glorious Cotswold countryside.
Greystones, Bourton on the Water, 10.30am, entry is £10 in advance or £12 on the day.
Naunton Classic Car Show and Fete
Naunton Recreation Ground, 12-4pm, £1 entry for over 16s.
Arty Brum Booty
Arty car boot fair, including: music/buskers, art, food, games.
Stroud Valley Art Space, 4 John Street, Stroud, 10am-4pm.
750 Motor Club Austin Seven and classic car rally
30+ pre-war Austins and a good selection of vintage, pre-t war and classic cars.
Newark Park, Ozleworth, from 11am-4pm, £5 entry.
Monday, July 15
Cheltenham Cricket Festival
Arguably the best cricket festival in the UK, returns with a great line up of top county cricket clubs to entertain.
Running until July, 28, ticket prices may vary.
Cheltenham College, Bath Road, from 10.30am.
Tuesday, July 16
Lost in Space (and Time) Trail
This year’s Summer Reading Challenge is Space Chase, an out-of-this-world adventure inspired by the 50th anniversary of the first moon landing.
Running until September, 8.
Museum in the Park, Stroud.
Rococo Garden Sprites
This session is suitable for children between 18 months and 4 years, meet parents/carers and their children.
Every Tuesday during term time.
Painswick, Rococo Gardens,10am-12pm.
More details, rococogarden.org.uk
Wednesday, July 17
An original and unique new parody musical inspired by the gang in Friends, the iconic TV show.
Everyman Theatre, Cheltenham, running until July, 20.
Thursday, July 18
Pen and Wash Workshop
A lovely technique, uses a waterproof technical pen or a dip pen and waterproof ink to create a line drawing then you can apply watercolour washes.
New Brewery Arts, Cirencester, 10am-4pm, £85 per person.
Thursday Night – Quiz Night
Nailsworth Social Club, Brewery Lane, 8pm.