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ACCOMODATION

Accommodation in the Forest of Dean
A website providing extensive listings for various types of accomodation in the Forest of Dean, which Dymock is very close to.  view site

Cypress Lodge Holiday Cottage, Dymock
Sleeps 4, enclosed garden, dogs welcome. Short breaks from £55 night. email or 01452741663  view site

Honeysuckle Cottage
A spacious three bedroom (two double, one twin) self catering holiday cottage in the village of Bromsberrow Heath just 3 miles from Dymock  view site

Horseshoe Inn House Bed and Breakfast
Once the village pub, but now a quiet and relaxing bed and breakfast venue. Horseshoe Inn House is situated in the hamlet of Brooms Green just 2 miles from Dymock by road.  view site

Redlands B&B
Friendly Bed and Breakfast accommodation in the nearby town of Ledbury  view site

The Old Ann Cam School
Luxury Short break holiday accommodation in the beautifully restored Old School house, sleeps 4, contact 01531 890857 or email Holiday@theoldschool.co.uk.  view site

COUNCIL

Forest of Dean District Council
Web site for Forest of Dean District Council  view site

Gloucestershire County Council
Web site for Gloucestershire County Council  view site

HISTORICAL/LOCAL INTEREST

Gloucestershire Geoconservation Trust
The aim of Gloucestershire Geoconservation Trust is to set up county based RIGS Groups to survey, record and register locally important sites with organisations such as County and District Planning Authorities, Wildlife Trusts, landowners, industry, schools and colleges and anyone with an interest in Earth Science.  view site

Herefordshire & Gloucestershire Canal Trust
Since 1983 the Trust has pursued its aim to fully restore the 34 miles of canal and locks which will once again link Hereford with Ledbury, Dymock, Newent and the rest of the inland waterway system at Gloucester.  view site

St Mary's Church, Dymock
This website contains details of the leadership team, church life today, a history of the church and some famous people from the past.  view site

Walking in Gloucestershire
All the information you need to get walking in the beautiful Gloucestershire countryside. Download free PDF maps of walks in the county.  view site

Westons Cider
Renound makers of cider and perry since 1878 at the Bounds, Much Marcle. An award winning garden, a cider museum, a rare breeds farm and a shop where you can sample and buy their cider and perry.  view site

LOCAL INFORMATION

Dymock Parish Hall
The Parish Hall now has it's own website with up to date information, photographs of the available rooms for hire along with the current rates.  view site

Forest of Dean Tourism
The 'Queen of Forests', one of Englandís few remaining ancient forests covering over 110 square kilometers of woodland.  view site

Ledbury Reporter
Local news, features and information  view site

PLACES TO EAT

Crown Inn Woolhope
Matt & Annalisa ran the Scrumpy House in Much Marcle for 8 years and moved to their new location in Woolhope in 2007. They delight in serving delcious food made from local ingredients.  view site

PUBS

The Beauchamp Arms, Dymock
The Beauchamp Arms is owned by the community; it was bought by the Parish Council in 1997. The pub is at the focal point of the village being adjacent to the Parish Hall, St Mary's church, and the village green.. The pub is actively supported by the Friends of the Beauchamp Arms.  view site

SAVE MONEY

Boilerjuice.com
An independent on-line service for users of heating oil. BoilerJuice was formed by a family group who use oil for heating and decided to use web technology to bring oil users and suppliers together to get better prices.  view site

Petrolprices.com
Now that the price of petrol and diesel has reached stratospheric levels this site can save you money by searching for the cheapest petrol and diesel in the area.  view site

SPORT

Dymock Golf Club
The Club has shrugged off any and all criticisms levelled towards it since it was established in 1995 because of its municipal status to become one of the most consistently enjoyed courses in the entire region.  view site

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