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Pull the udder one! cows are out

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It’s that time of year again when the families of Amberley Parochial School come together to host the famous ‘Amberley Cow Hunt’.

In celebration of the return of the cows to the National Trust Common and raising much-needed funds for both the school and local charity ‘Stroud Valleys Project’, this year it will take place on 29th & 30th April from 1pm to 5pm each day.

  • Cakes Image | Pull the udder one! cows are out
  • Cow Image 1 | Pull the udder one! cows are out
  • Cow Image 2 | Pull the udder one! cows are out
  • Tea Tent | Pull the udder one! cows are out

This really is an extraordinary event to be produced by such a small school and over the years it has grown to be an absolute must on any Gloucestershire family’s calendar.

Enjoy the stunning views and beautiful surrounds of Amberley and the adjoining Common, whilst you hunt for over 30 hilariously named cows. There’s a face-painting tent, a lolly-stop and the famous vintage tea tent serving incredible homemade cakes. More than 4000 visitors are expected over the course of the weekend and over 3000 slices of cake will be enjoyed. This is one event you don’t want to miss! 

Tickets: £2 adults/£1 children

For more info visit our Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/AmberleyCowHunt/

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