Posts Tagged ‘ Gloucester ’

The Æthelflæd celebration.

Jul 11th, 2018 | By

Called the Lady of the Mercians, Æthelflæd has also been called our ‘greatest woman-general.’ This weekend in Tamworth there will be a celebration of her role in history.

Michelin star chefs combine their talents at Lords of the Manor

Sep 5th, 2011 | By

Stuck for something to do this coming Sunday? Get yourself to Gloucester where Matt Weedon – the Michelin starred head chef at Lords of the Manor – and Michelin starred Alan Murchinson, from the renowned L’Ortolan – are teaming up to produce a gourmet dining experience for 34 people at Lords of the Manor, a charming country retreat tucked away in the timeless corner of the Cotswolds that is Upper Slaughter.

Gloucester’s going gourmet

Sep 5th, 2011 | By

Gloucester gourmands rejoice! Lords of the Manor, the Michelin starred restaurant in
Upper Slaughter, is set to host a succession of gourmet wine and champagne dinners.

A Day in… Gloucester

Aug 9th, 2010 | By

Gloucester is one of those places that nearly everyone has heard of but how many have been there? It is linked with county cricket, rugby and is the burial place of Edward II after his unfortunate incident with a red hot poker. It saw the first coronation of his grandfather Henry III in 1216 and today part of the cathedral is used as Hogwarts in the Harry Potter films.
But what to do on a day trip?