Booking is open for our next Level 2 Fitness Instruction (Gym) course. Why not take the jump and get a step closer to a new career? ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
Starting on the 10th March in Cheltenham, our Level 2 qualification is the perfect introduction to working in the fitness industry and will provide you with the essential and professionally recognised qualification you need to become a trusted Gym Instructor. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
On this course you will learn the fundamentals of anatomy and physiology that will be backed up with practical sessions. And of course you'll learn how to write exercise programmes and then learn how deliver these in a gym based environment. You'll be taught on this course by Dan who is an incredibly experienced and knowledgeable tutor who knows just how to make it in the industry - you're in great hands. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
Sound good? Book your place now following the link in the bio (other dates also available to book). ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
Still have questions? Pop us a DM or drop us an email to email@example.com and we will be happy to answer your questions to help you take a step closer to reaching your goals.
Cheltenham Vegan Fair! 🌽
Today from 10am, the Vegan Fair will be taking place at the Park Campus of Gloucestershire University and will be an epic celebration of all things plant-based! 🙌
There will be a fantastic line up of vegan traders and businesses selling everything from delicious food and treats to cruelty free beauty products! 💄
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Peek-a-boo ! 🐱
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The great flood of 2020! Good to hear most local roads are open again and river levels are falling, around here anyway. Feeling very sorry for all those who have had their homes ruined though. ☔
B A R N S L E Y H O U S E ~ We are Cotswolds bound tomorrow and heading to the delightful @barnsleyhouse for a site visit and overnight stay. We’re looking forward to experiencing the delicious seasonal food of The Potager restaurant and exploring this enchanting property.
This refined country house hotel is located in a 17th - Century mansion, nestled within 17 acres of beautiful gardens and surrounded by idyllic Cotswolds countryside. We can’t think of a more enchanting location for an elegant countryside wedding. 💫
Sadly I can’t make it to this months Sunday Market at The Bottle of Sauce but if you’re in the Cheltenham area please show your support to my amazing fellow stallholders, I know they would really appreciate it.
The market is open from 11-4 at The Bottle of Sauce, Ambrose Street, Cheltenham. You can find our more here: @create_cheltenham (insta) and Facebook.com/createcheltenham
Our client has absolutely stunning eyes, we’ve enhanced these with Brow lamination and LVL lashes 😍
Contact us to find out more and book in for your treatment ✨🗓
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If you’d like a weekend away but would prefer to feel like you are at home then we have the answer. Our large family holiday cottages tick all the boxes..... heated swimming pools, child play areas, large kitchens and connected dining areas, and super comfortable lounges not to mention well dressed and laid out bedrooms. So if “home from home” is your “thing” then take a look at our website for all the details you need to book your country holiday. www.vineyholidayproperties.co.uk .
Tomorrow at @cheltenhamraces, I’ll be exhibiting my cakes at @wowweddingshowswest. Cake samples at the ready and you can have a look at some of my new designs in the flesh. Pop by and say hi!
Laura will be bringing a selection of sustainable gifts made by great British companies that give back to good causes.
Fab gifts for Mothers Day, brightening up your spring home and plastic-free products for everyday.
You can find this fab stall among lots if others tomorrow at The Bottle of Sauce, Ambrose Street, Cheltenham
Since we’ve had so many new people join our community in the last few weeks I thought I'd introduce myself again.
Hello! I’m Ariella and I’m in love with decluttering and organising.😍
I never tired of decluttering, it brings me such joy. I am passionate about the freedom that decluttering and organising brings to my clients and love that I get to help so many people. 💕
I live in Gloucester with my incredible Partner and my lovely little daughter.
So here are some random facts about me… 🇭🇺 I’m from Hungary 🕷 I am terrified of spiders 👍 My left thumb is MUCH shorter then my right one
😎 I have 11 tattoos 🎲 I love playing Zelda (Nintendo game 😅) 🤪 I have Dyslexia
I love chocolate (Milka snob here), love homemade hummus, love Ikea, Netflix, Chinese food and of course love decluttering.
It can be hard to take the first step and rock up to a Clubbercise class... Walking through the door to the unknown is really tough 🚪
But we promise you won’t regret it! Our instructors will make you feel welcome from the moment you arrive. They will demo low and high impact options for every move and let you work at your own pace 😅
Plus, our classes are taught in a darkened room so nobody can see if you don’t get the moves spot on 🙌 💜 Every Tuesday 7️⃣pm
💛 £5 per class or six classes for £25
💙 Awesome tunes from 90’s to present
❤️ Reusable glow sticks £5 💫
💚 No membership or joining fees
It is really exercise in disguise 😀
Let’s burn those calories, have some fun and make great friends all in one class‼️ No need to book, just turn up and pay 👍
Learn how to make a limited edition multi-coloured and multi-layered image from the same print block.
Working with a professional artist is the best way to give you a head start with this wonderful medium and have you creating your own art work in no time.
You'll learn how to safely cut the 'Lino' to create your design, mix coloured ink and print your designs onto quality art paper.
14th March - Two Colour Linocut Printing; Link in Bio.
A charming Victorian terraced house which has undergone modernisation in recent years yet still retains a wealth of character features throughout. Internally the accommodation includes sitting room with feature fireplace & wood burning stove, open plan kitchen/dining room, study, 2 double bedroom, and a generous size bathroom. Outside has a level enclosed west facing garden with a useful garden shed.
Andrew Henry Warren was born in Gloucestershire on 13th February 1913. He studied at @royalaguni before taking a placement at a farm in Avon and then managing a farm in Somerset.
In 1942, he was helped to set up farming at Coombe Farm by W.H.Longman of North Cadbury and @longmancheesesalesltd
Between 1954 & 1980, further farms were purchased. In each case, Mr Warren’s motivation was to help someone pursue a life in farming by working alongside them and sharing his knowledge to help them succeed.
It was Mr Warren’s wish that when he died, a Trust was constituted of the major assets so that his work of 40 years may continue. In 1983, the A H Warren Trust was formed.
It's so important to be able to get a break from life every once in a while. So grateful to have been included in a wonderful weekend away with my friend's family. Relaxing, exploring and switching off ✔ #weekendaway#thecotswolds#holiday
@flowersfromthefarm insta takeover Day 2, Where and what I grow: If you check out on the insta stories/IGTV I’ve done a video of my plot just before storm Dennis hit. Visitors are often surprised when they see that I just grow from my garden and part of my neighbour’s small orchard on around 1/3 acre. The established mixed species hedges are invaluable windbreaks and very useful foliage providers! The garden is surrounded by extensive farmland just on the edge of the cotswolds in an AONB so blessed with lots of feathered aphid and slug eaters. I only have a small greenhouse and potting shed (where all the propagation happens) and a north facing garage which is great for conditioning flowers. I also adopt a friend’s greenhouse for a couple of months in the spring to overspill into. Most of the beds accommodate the annual, biennial and perennials, and some have caterpillar tunnels which provides some wind and weather protection and doesn’t get ripped to shreds. ( A tip picked up from @mayfieldflowers in Scotland). Most beds were created using the #nodig method and are rectangular with strong horizontal netting secured at the corners with recycled/unwanted posts from a building site.
What I grow: I have a fairly short season of fresh flowers (around May – October) but grow a huge variety. “A little of a lot” is my motto. Again, it doesn’t work for everyone, but I like to grow the old faithfuls and experiment with new (to me) flowers. My season doesn’t really get going until May with tulips, allium and this year for the first time (I hope) rananuculus. Biennials which were sown in the autumn and have overwintered outside should be next in line, followed by a succession (in theory - 😂😏) of annuals. A selection of perrenials and shrubs together with 60 or so dahlias complete the flowery picture. If I am ever concerned about meeting an order, my customers know that I will top up with flowers from my besties @cotswoldposypatch@the-cutting-garden @plansandplant@loandaflowers. When the fresh flowers are done, my colourful dried flowers can be used in floristry and workshops over the winter months but more about that later in the week