Ashton under Hill

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Welcome To Ashton under hill

ON THE EDGE OF THE COTSWOLDS

The picturesque village of Ashton under Hill is situated in the south of the county of Worcestershire, England, at the eastern end of the magnificent Bredon Hill and overlooking the Vale of Evesham. The Northern Cotswolds are close at hand and nearby towns include Evesham, Pershore, Broadway, Cheltenham and Tewkesbury.

 

 

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Morning all. The 10th Run Around Supper took place on Saturday night in lovely weather! Here is organiser Claire's report. Guests, please post any pictures here or send to ashtonuhillcomunity@gmail.com for the website gallery.

'A huge thank you to everyone who attended and supported the Run Around Supper on Saturday. We hope you had a lovely evening. We’re still totting up how much we’ve raised which will be shared between the First School and Barney’s Fund. Thank you for your generosity.' Claire & team.
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‘Hi all. I have lost my favourite dog whistle and lanyard; it’s very similar to the one in the photo. I think I lost it somewhere in Ashton Wood. It’s not expensive but it is sentimental. If found please let me know. Many thanks. Anna’

Please message us if you find Anna’s whistle. Thank you
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Evening everyone. Remember BT roadworks (to clear blockages in the verge and also build joint boxes.) between Ashton and Beckford begin tomorrow till Friday. I contacted the contractors to see if the works would be traffic light controlled but was told the road would be closed. However, they were unable tell me if that was during the day only. Please read info below which also has a number to contact. Noone there at weekends though, I tried! If I get further information I'll post it here. Hope this helps. ... See MoreSee Less

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Message from Christine Whitehouse-‘Many thanks to all who came or contributed to my coffee morning on Saturday. We managed to raise more than £250 which is fantastic, and will help to improve the experience of cancer patients in Uganda. Thank you again, your support is much appreciated.’ ... See MoreSee Less

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Morning all. Here is Jim's (AOG chair) report on the weekend and a few pictures to whet your appetites. More will be available on the website very soon. ... See MoreSee Less

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Open Gardens 2019 Report!

Open Gardens 2019 Report!

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Jul
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Evesham Walking Festival @ Overbury
Jul 3 @ 9:30 am – 1:00 pm
Evesham Walking Festival @ Overbury

Evesham’s first Walking Festival will be taking place across the Vale and Cotswold Edge in the first week of July. 15 walks have been planned by Evesham Rambling Club. 3 of these walks are on and around Bredon Hill: Wednesday 3rd July “In summer time on Bredon”-meet 9:30 am at Overbury village centre, GL20 7NR for a 3 1/2 hour, 5.8 mile, stroll across the southern face of Bredon Hill. The theme of this walk is based on verses from “A Shropshire Lad” by Worcestershire poet, AE Housman.
In the afternoon, starting at 2.00 p.m. a three-hour walk, covering 5.4 miles, explores Overbury, Kemerton Lakes and Conderton.
The next day, Thursday 4th July, a 6 mile walk “The Bredon Hill Bash”, leaves the Queen Elizabeth Inn, Elmley Castle, at 6.00 p.m. for a summer’s evening ascent of this “magic” hill. We hope to be back in time for a drink and a snack at the pub.
Most of the other walks are within easy striking distance of Ashton. Full details are on our website www.eveshamramblingclub.org.uk/walkfest

Evesham Walking Festival @ Overbury
Jul 3 @ 2:00 pm – 5:00 pm
Evesham Walking Festival @ Overbury

Evesham’s first Walking Festival will be taking place across the Vale and Cotswold Edge in the first week of July. 15 walks have been planned by Evesham Rambling Club. 3 of these walks are on and around Bredon Hill: Wednesday 3rd July “In summer time on Bredon”-meet 9:30 am at Overbury village centre, GL20 7NR for a 3 1/2 hour, 5.8 mile, stroll across the southern face of Bredon Hill. The theme of this walk is based on verses from “A Shropshire Lad” by Worcestershire poet, AE Housman.
In the afternoon, starting at 2.00 p.m. a three-hour walk, covering 5.4 miles, explores Overbury, Kemerton Lakes and Conderton.
The next day, Thursday 4th July, a 6 mile walk “The Bredon Hill Bash”, leaves the Queen Elizabeth Inn, Elmley Castle, at 6.00 p.m. for a summer’s evening ascent of this “magic” hill. We hope to be back in time for a drink and a snack at the pub.
Most of the other walks are within easy striking distance of Ashton. Full details are on our website www.eveshamramblingclub.org.uk/walkfest

Jul
4
Thu
Evesham Walking Festival @ Overbury
Jul 4 @ 6:00 pm
Evesham Walking Festival @ Overbury

Evesham’s first Walking Festival will be taking place across the Vale and Cotswold Edge in the first week of July. 15 walks have been planned by Evesham Rambling Club. 3 of these walks are on and around Bredon Hill: Wednesday 3rd July “In summer time on Bredon”-meet 9:30 am at Overbury village centre, GL20 7NR for a 3 1/2 hour, 5.8 mile, stroll across the southern face of Bredon Hill. The theme of this walk is based on verses from “A Shropshire Lad” by Worcestershire poet, AE Housman.
In the afternoon, starting at 2.00 p.m. a three-hour walk, covering 5.4 miles, explores Overbury, Kemerton Lakes and Conderton.
The next day, Thursday 4th July, a 6 mile walk “The Bredon Hill Bash”, leaves the Queen Elizabeth Inn, Elmley Castle, at 6.00 p.m. for a summer’s evening ascent of this “magic” hill. We hope to be back in time for a drink and a snack at the pub.
Most of the other walks are within easy striking distance of Ashton. Full details are on our website www.eveshamramblingclub.org.uk/walkfest

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