Easter is just around the corner and we can just about taste the chocolate, inspired by our foodie friends at Visit Cheltenham, we've got all the gossip on the most family-friendly Easter themed events and gastronomic happenings in Cheltenham, with a newly opened cheese and wine bar being our first port of call...


Our Top Foodie Picks: 

Bake Back in Time for Easter

Date: 6 April

Location: Holst Birthplace Museum

Enjoy a variety of Easter treats such as hot cross buns and Easter biscuits Victorian style with the resident historic cook at the Holst Birthplace Museum, free for all and open to anyone, drop in at your leisure between 11-3pm!


Fine Food & Drink Market

Date: 6 April

Location: The Promenade

Running from the first Saturday of every month between March and December, bringing together local producers and artisans in Gloucestershire selling and tasting anything from fudge, pies, cheese, wine and everything in between. 


Murder Mystery at The Old Courthouse

Date: 11 April

Location: The Old Courthouse

Join the Old Courthouse gin bar with the team from Sticky Endings for a night of mystery where none of the guests are who they seem to be... 

1920's fancy dress encouraged!


Cheltenhams' Farmers Market

Date: 12 & 26 April

Location: The Promenade

Stalls line Cheltenham Promenade with a range of local produce from artisan suppliers from local farmers in the area where a string of suppliers will sell a range of produce including various meats and charcuterie, fruit and vegetables, desserts, preserves, cakes, bread, cheese and plants.


New Openings: 

Domaine 16; Cheese & Wine Bar

Opens: 3rd April 2019

Celebrating all things cheese & wine, Domaine 16's new bar concept is one of the first to grace Cheltenham with the perfect foodie pairing. First customers within 2 weeks of visiting Domaine 16 from the launch date can take advantage of 20% off. 

Coffee #1 (Former Montpellier Lodge)

Opens: Soon!

With branches already in Gloucester, Stroud, Tewksbury and Cirencester, Coffee#1 is missing completing the Cotswold family with a prime spot on Cheltenham's Montpellier Walk arriving (we hope!) by the end of the year. 

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Every other Friday, stalls line the street selling a range of produce including various meats and charcuterie, fruit and vegetables, desserts, preserves and pickles, cakes, bread, cheese and plants...

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