On Saturday June 23rd Malmesbury Abbey Music Society are presenting a concert of Music from the Lowlands of 17th Century Scotland in the Abbey at 7:30pm. Tickets priced £12 (£10 for members, and £5 for students) can be purchased at the door.
There is something for everyone at Bristol Zoo and Gardens!
Opened in 1836 by the Bristol, Clifton and West of England Zoological Society, Bristol Zoo is the world's oldest provincial zoo.
A spectacular late 17th-century mansion, garden and deer park.
Set in a beautiful Gloucestershire valley and surrounded by 110 hectares (272 acres) of garden and rolling parkland, this grand baroque house with spectacular sweeping views towards Bristol was designed by Talman for William Blathwayt, Secretary at War during the reign of William III.
A huge collection of animals from all over the world, open since 1970.
The Cotswold Wildlife Park and Gardens exhibits mammals, birds, reptiles, amphibians and invertebrates from all around the world. The Park is set in 160 acres of landscaped parkland and gardens in Oxfordshire, approximately 30 miles north east of Malmesbury.
Woodchester Mansion - an unfinished masterpiece.
Woodchester Mansion is a 19th Century Victorian Gothic Masterpiece mysteriously abandoned mid-construction in 1873. Hidden in a secluded Cotswold valley, it is untouched by time and the modern world.
See butterflies, snakes, meercats and more at Studley Grange Butterfly World.
A tropical paradise has been created in the centre of what was until recently a desolate stretch of redundant farm fields and marshland in South Wiltshire. It is a butterfly farm, an exotic showplace, bright with colour and fluttering wings: the Studley Grange Butterfly World.
Take a walk on the wild side and explore the public woodlands in the area.
There are numerous woodlands that can be explored for free near Malmesbury, including The Nymph Hay, The Great Somerford Estate Wood, and Ravensroost Wood.
The Corinium Museum has one of the finest and most extensive Roman collections in the country.
Take a peek through a Roman town house, and enjoy the sights and smells of a Roman garden. Marvel at the stunning mosaics, and experience what it was like to be a Roman soldier.
Situated to the west of Cirencester, this is a superb example of a forest style garden.
With its width of 4.8km, a length of 8km and occupying some 3000 acres it provides an opportunity for the visitor to walk in a relaxed environment.
Country house with monastic roots, once home to William Henry Fox Talbot.
Set in rural Wiltshire, Lacock village is famous for its picturesque streets, historic buildings and more recently as a TV and film location.