If you’re trying to make your way around Cheltenham at the moment with all the diversions and roadworks, I feel your pain – see my editor’s letter on p4.
We’re all out for laughs this month as we preview the Hobgoblin Cheltenham Comedy Festival which is on in September – see p5.
Loads of big names from Pam Ayres to Al Murray. Don’t leave it too late to book as some events are sold out. There are also lots of local events in and around Cheltenham during August if you’re stuck for something to do – whether you want to make the most of a summer’s evening and listen to some open air music or find something to do indoors if the weather’s not so good. Plus news of a free local business event with workshops/talks and networking opportunities.
If you’d like a printed copy of the magazine you’ll find them in most shops along the Bath Road plus many other waiting rooms and reception areas in the Charlton Kings area.