As Broadway glistens under its fairy lights, it's beginning to feel a lot like Christmas. If you're looking for somewhere to host your work's knees up or you just fancy celebrating the holiday season with family and friends over a sumptuous festive menu; then look no further than this useful list of the best venues to make merry in Broadway. After all, 'tis the village to be jolly!Read More
Trinity House Paintings is an international art dealers and advisers, specialising in 19th century, Modern British, Impressionist and Post-impressionist works. It also offers consultative support and expertise for those buying, selling or maintaining a fine art collection. With galleries opened in London and New York, the art firm has grown from strength to strength since opening its flagship fine art gallery in the quintessential village of Broadway.
In light of the recent partnership with British artist, Neil B. Helyard - who is now sold exclusively through Trinity House, the gallery is currently running an exhibition of his work, titled 'In the Eye of the Beholder'. The exhibition showcases Helyard's breath-taking vision across a variety of mediums and distinctive styles, and takes place at the Broadway gallery from 18th September until 25th October.Read More
Emma Heathcote-James, founder and face of The Little Soap Company, is one of the Cotswold's most celebrated entrepreneurs.
Despite a high-flying career in media, working in television and as a distinguished author; Emma decided to trade it all in in pursuit of something closer to her heart, soap - the production of naturally organic soap to be more precise. As Emma explains.. "when you start using proper vegetable oil soap, your skin loves it, you don't need moisturiser." Indeed organic, natural soap is very beneficial for your skin over its commercial and cheaper counterpart. The naturally occurring Glycerin compound in her soap acts as a moisturiser, but it is this component that is actually removed from industry soaps and replaced with a synthetic componant and rather than using Essential Oils, cheaper synthetic aromas chemicals, which compounds Emma's claim.Read More
Following the sad loss of Martyn Freeman, Tim Thornley has recently accepted the position of Club Professional at Broadway Golf Club.
Tim's career in the golf industry began in 1998 when he joined Evesham Golf Club to work with Charles Haynes as his assistant. He soon built up an excellent relationship with Charles and many of the local members.
He moved to Olton Golf Club with Charles for a short period and soon began to realise that he thoroughly enjoyed all aspects of the golfing world and this was how he wanted his career to develop.Read More
On the evening of June 18th, Broadway closed off it's historic High Street and welcomed bikers of all abilities to compete in a series of fun cycling events in celebration of National Bike week. Biking Broadway, organised by Riley & Thomas, gave everyone the chance to take part in competitions, races and attractions; offering fun at its finest for the whole family.
The event began once the High Street was closed to traffic, and opened with the Children's 'best dressed' bike competition which many entered. With so many brilliant bikes on display it was always going to be a tough decision but the honour was given to James Lee for his fantastic entry, Tyre Snake. James was the worthy winner of £50, the prize being kindly donated by Hampton International.Read More
On the 1st of June Broadway opened its arms and welcomed the most exciting and newest luxury boutique hotel to land in the Cotswolds.
Idyllically situated just a stone's throw down from Broadway Tower, nestled deep within the private 400-acres of rolling-hill countryside of the Farncombe Estate and overlooking the panoramic Vale of Evesham, lies The Fish Hotel; a fantastic new country hideaway where it has to be said, their welcome is rather warm indeed.Read More
On Wednesday 27th May at 7.15pm, runners from all over took part in a fun event in Broadway to raise money for a very worthy cause.
The Broadway Tower Hill Run is a multi-terrain race approximately 5 miles in distance set in the beautiful countryside of Broadway with the challenging course featuring stretches of muddy footpaths, winding side roads, meadows and farm tracks, not to mention a lot of treacherous hills!Read More
The Tour began in high spirits with the players taking part in a football quiz on the Friday night, with those on the losing team made to wear a pink tutu at football the following morning, much to the amusement of everyone! The boys took part in a cycle of mini matches on the Saturday morning against teams Devon Express and Bovey Tracey and competed well.
On the Sunday morning, the boys entered The Plymouth Argyle Trust 6 a-side tournament under two separate teams, split to be of equal standard and balance; The Broadway Lions and The Broadway Dragons. Both Broadway teams put in a terrific display on the day as The Lions impressively made it to the quarter finals, where they only just fell short, whilst the Dragons were on the cusp of making the final before they were cruelly denied on penalties in the semis. The tournament was an overwhelming success with over 2,000 people in attendance, made up of the players, coaches and parents. All the lads can be proud of performing well in Devon's biggest youth football cup tournament.Read More
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