Tasks & New Pages To Build

Tasks and pages to build

Tasks

Check Gloucestershire category and move to appropriate.

Ideas

  • Ghosts In Gloucestershire, A Guide To The Paranormal In Gloucestershire
  • Paintball in Gloucestershire
  • Plumbers in Gloucestershire

Shops in Tewkesbury

Cotswold Shopping Guide,

Hockey in Gloucestershire – Hockey Clubs Gloucestershire

Running in Gloucestershire – Running Clubs Gloucestershire

Water Sports

Travel Agents

Farm Shops Of Gloucestershire & The Cotswolds

Farms & Farming in Gloucestershire

Dairy Farms & Farming in Gloucestershire

Arable Farms & Farming in Gloucestershire

Martial Arts

Ski slope matson

Ten Pin Bowling in Gloucestershire

Gloucestershire Cricket Club

Churches in Gloucestershire

Walking On The Waterways Of Gloucestershire – Rivers, Canals & Lakes

Walking In The Forest Of Dean, Gloucestershire

Walking & Cycling In The Cotswolds, Including The Famous Cotswold Way

Walks In Cheltenham

Walks Along The River Severn In Gloucestershire and Along The Gloucester-Sharpness Canal & Docks

Canal Walks In Stroud, Gloucestershire – Stroudwater Canal

FOD Pages To Create

The page titles listed below are pages I have removed from the main Forest of Dean guide that need creating in the future. they were a good idea once that’s why an empty page was created but unfinished.

My List Of New Pages For Forest Of Dean Guide

 General Pages

  • Wildlife Of The Forest Of Dean
  • Restaurants In The Forest Of Dean, Where To Eat Out ?
  • Must See In The Forest Of Dean
  • Maps Of The Forest Of Dean, Forest Of Dean Maps And Guides

Blog Post Titles

  • Trees Of The Forest Of Dean, Forest Of Dean Indigenous Trees
  • Symonds Yat In The Forest Of Dean, Visit Symonds Yat Rock
  • Survival & Camping Weekends In The Forest Of Dean
  • Forest Of Dean Sport Clubs & Facilities
  • Geography Of The Forest Of Dean
  • Wild Plants Of Forest Of Dean, Enjoy Finding Indigenous Plants In The Forest
  • Wild Flowers Of The Forest Of Dean, Finding Wild Flowers

Places

  • Bream
  • Bullo Pill
  • Coleford
  • The River Wye And The Wye Valley, In The Forest Of Dean

Shops

Hospitality

  • Bar
  • Cafes the forest of dean
  • Campsite
  • Holiday Home Rentals
  • Restaurant
  • Restaurant British
  • Restaurant Eastern European
  • Restaurant Italian
  • Restaurant Portugese
  • Restaurant Spanish
  • Restaurant Thai

Building & Garden Services

Bathroom Installer

Building Supplies

Fun

Art Gallery

Cycle Hire

Boat Trips

The Wildlife Of Gloucestershire & The Cotswolds

Spot Wild Badgers In The Gloucestershire Countryside

Spotting Wild Bats In Gloucestershire – Find Wild Bats

Wild Birds Of Gloucestershire

Birds Of Prey

Wild Fish of The Waterways of Gloucestershire

See Wild Foxes In Gloucestershire

Plants & Wild Flowers

Rodents

Spotting Wild Boar

Trees

The Barn Own Centre

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To Integrate

Company Sections, We have build pages for specific company types since the site was created

Quays & Docks Nightlife – A page dedicated to the night time economy in the dockland area. More info…

Live Music Venues – A list of the better live music venues throughout Gloucestershire. See Venues…

Local Firms

A1 Architecture Ltd – One of our Twitter friends that does drawings for new homes or home extensions. A fully qualified architectural technologist that is based in Hempsted near to Gloucester. Find out about A1’s Architect Drawings

Coming Soon _ToDo

Gloucestershire News

The Gloucestershire news section of @aboutglos is for news worth articles about Gloucestershire, we get many local press releases sent to us and this is the section we put these into.

To add any article to the Gloucestershire news section please email us to discuss at business@inandnear.co.uk.

Gardens & Gardening

Gardens & Gardening section highlights all aspects of gardens and gardening in Gloucestershire, this includes garden centres, garden shops throughout Gloucester, Cheltenham, Stroud, The Cotswolds and The Forest Of Dean.

Also for announcing events or showing photographs of some of the most beautiful gardens in rural Gloucestershire

About The @aboutglos Team & Website Design

My passion is website design and website promotion. Please email richardjmeek@yahoo.com for any enquiries

Or contact me via one of my work websites

Computer repairs Gloucester

Isomerise website design

My Blogs For Reference

This is for my reference to help me find all my individual blogs that I sometimes contribute to

All Blogs

 

Top Tourist Attractions Gloucestershire

This page will summarise the most popular tourist attractions in Gloucestershire. We will be adding or blogging about any tourist attractions in the future and if you feel your attraction should be on our website please email me details and photos and will add you. Email using our contact form CONTACT @ABOUTGLOS

Other Tourist Information Websites

Coming Soon _ToDo

Top Attractions

Coming Soon _ToDo

Attractions On Twitter

Many tourist attractions keep you updated on Twitter we have created a list of all local attractions of interest and the tweets below are their latest news.

Towns & Villages Of Gloucestershire

A list of towns and villages in Gloucestershire, the intention is for each place to have its own page but that takes time. Keep an eye out.

Gloucestershire Towns & Villages

  • Abbeydale – The biggest shopping outlet next to Heron Way (Abbeydale) has four (formerly five) shops, it has the Morrisons supermarket, Lloyds Pharmacy, Ruby Cantonese and Sue Ryder Care.
  • Abbeymead – Most of the Abbeydale area was green fields until around 1971 when the Heron Park estate was constructed by Heron Homesteads.The Heron estate appears to have been designed in accordance with the Radburn model.
  • Adlestrop
  • Alderley
  • Alderton
  • Alvington
  • Ampney St Peter
  • Arlingham
  • Ashleworth
  • Ashley
  • Aust
  • Awre
  • Barnsley
  • Barton
  • Bath Somerset
  • Batsford
  • Berkeley
  • Beverstone
  • Bibury
  • Birdlip
  • Bishops Cleeve
  • Bisley
  • Bitton
  • Blakeney
  • Bledington
  • Blockley
  • Bourton-on-the-Hill
  • Bourton-on-the-Water
  • Bream
  • Brimpsfield
  • Brimscombe
  • Brislington
  • Broadway Worcestershire – Broadway is a village and civil parish in the Worcestershire part of the Cotswolds in England. Often referred to as the “Jewel of the Cotswolds . More info…
  • Broadwell
  • Brockworth
  • Bromsberrow
  • Brookthorpe
  • Buckland
  • Bulley
  • Bullo Pill
  • Burford
  • Cam
  • Cambridge
  • Chaceley
  • Chalford
  • Charfield
  • Charlton
  • Charlton Abbots
  • Charlton Kings
  • Chedworth
  • Cheltenham – Cheltenham, also known as Cheltenham Spa, is a spa town and borough in Gloucestershire, on the edge of the Cotswolds.
  • Cherington
  • Chipping Campden
  • Chipping Norton
  • Chipping Sodbury
  • Church End
  • Church Honeybourne
  • Churchdown – Churchdown is a village in Gloucestershire, situated between Gloucester and Cheltenham.Churchdown village is unusual in having two centres. The old centre is near St Andrew’s Church; the new centre is near St John’s Church. Churchdown is a relatively large village, with a population exceeding 11000.Churchdown is located in a semi-rural environment. The local landmark is Churchdown Hill (also known as Chosen Hill), which rises to 154m above sea level and has views over the Vale of Severn and to the Cotswolds, Gloucester, Cheltenham, the Malverns and Wales. More info…
  • Cinderford
  • Cirencester – Cirencester is a market town in east Gloucestershire, England, 93 miles west northwest of London. Cirencester lies on the River Churn, a tributary of the River Thames, and is the largest town in the Cotswold District
  • Clapton
  • Claypits
  • Coaley
  • Coates
  • Coberley
  • Cold Ashton
  • Coleford
  • Colesborne
  • Coln Rogers
  • Condicote
  • Coombe Hill
  • Coopers Edge
  • Corse
  • Cowley
  • Cromhall
  • Cutsdean
  • Daglingworth
  • Deerhurst
  • Didmarton
  • Dowdeswell
  • Down Ampney
  • Down Hatherley
  • Doynton
  • Drybrook
  • Dudbridge
  • Dumbleton
  • Dursley
  • Dymock
  • Dyrham
  • Eastleach
  • Eastleach Martin
  • Edgeworth
  • Elkstone
  • Elmbridge
  • Elmstone Hardwicke
  • Evenlode
  • Ewen
  • Fairford
  • Falfield
  • Farmington
  • Frampton Cotterell
  • Frampton on Severn
  • Gloucester – Gloucester is located on the eastern bank of the River Severn, 114 miles (183 km) west north west of London. It is sheltered by the Cotswolds to the east, while the Forest of Dean and the Malvern Hills rise to the west and north, respectively.Gloucester is a port, linked via the Gloucester and Sharpness Canal which runs from Gloucester’s docks to the Severn Estuary, allowing larger ships to reach the docks than would be possible on the tidal reaches of the river itself. The wharfs, warehouses and the docks themselves fell into disrepair until their renovation in the 1980s. They now form a public open space. Some warehouses now house the National Waterways Museum, others were converted into residential apartments, shops and bars. Additionally, the Soldiers of Museum is located in the Custom House. The port still houses the most inland RNLI lifeboat in the UK. More info…
  • Hardwicke
  • Haresfield
  • Hartpury
  • Hawling
  • Heathfield
  • Highnam
  • Huntley
  • Innsworth
  • Kemble
  • Kingscote
  • Kingsway
  • Kingswood
  • Lechlade
  • Leckhampton
  • Leigh
  • Longlevens
  • Lower Swell
  • Lydney
  • Maisemore
  • Marshfield
  • Matson
  • Meysey Hampton
  • Mickleton
  • Minchinhampton
  • Miserden
  • Mitcheldean
  • Moreton in Marsh
  • Morton
  • Nailsworth
  • Naunton
  • New Passage
  • Newent
  • Newland
  • Newnham
  • North Cerney
  • North Nibley
  • Northleach
  • Norton
  • Notgrove
  • Nymphsfield
  • Oakle Street
  • Oldbury on the Hill
  • Oldbury-on-Severn
  • Olveston
  • Painswick
  • Parkend
  • Pauntley
  • Pilning
  • Poulton
  • Preston
  • Purton
  • Quedgeley
  • Quenington
  • Randwick
  • Rangeworthy
  • Redmarley
  • Redwick
  • Rodmarton
  • Ryeford
  • Salperton
  • Sandhurst
  • Sapperton – Sapperton is a village in the Cotswold District of in England, about 4.5 miles west of Cirencester. It is most famous for Sapperton canal tunnel and its connection with the Cotswold Arts and Crafts Movement in the early 20th century.
  • Sea Mills
  • Sharpness
  • Sheperdine
  • Sherbourne
  • Shipton
  • Shipton Moyne
  • Shirehampton South
  • Shurdington
  • Siddington
  • Siston
  • Slimbridge
  • Snowshill
  • Somerford Keynes
  • South Cerney
  • Southam
  • Southrop
  • St. Briavels
  • Standish
  • Stanton
  • Stanway
  • Staple Hill
  • Stapleton
  • Staunton
  • Staverton
  • Stinchcombe
  • Stoke Gifford
  • Stone
  • Stonehouse
  • Stow-on-the-Wold
  • Stroud
  • Swanley
  • Syde
  • Teddington
  • Temple Guiting
  • Tewkesbury
  • Thornbury
  • Tibberton
  • Tidenham
  • Tirley
  • Toddington
  • Todenham
  • Tormarton
  • Tortworth
  • Tredington
  • Turkdean
  • Tytherington
  • Uley
  • Upleadon
  • Upper Oddington
  • Upper Slaughter
  • Upper Swell
  • Upton St Leonards
  • Warmley
  • Westbury-on-Severn
  • Westcote
  • Westerleigh
  • Westfield
  • Weston Subedge
  • Whelford
  • Whitecroft
  • Whittington
  • Wick
  • Wickwar
  • Winchcombe
  • Windrush
  • Winson
  • Winterbourne
  • Withington
  • Woodchester
  • Woolaston
  • Woolstone
  • Wormington
  • Wotton under Edge
  • Wyck Rissington
  • Yanworth
  • Yate