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Four Towns Community Transport Trips and Winterbourne Barn Events

Four Towns & Vale Link Community Transport

In October, Four Towns & Vale Link Community Transport will be running various trips; the list of these can be found below.

In order to book these trips please telephone Four Towns on Tuesday 26th September 2023 after 9.00am on 01454 250500 / 01454 250510.

Date of Trip



Monday 2nd October

Yate Shopping Centre - £8

10.30am - 1.30pm

Tuesday 3rd October

Forest of Dean & The Orepool for lunch (Chepstow Road, Coleford GL16 8LH) - £12

10.00am - 3.00pm

Monday 9th October

Kemps Garden Centre, Westerleigh - £6

11.00am - 1.30pm

Tuesday 10th October

The Swan at Nibley - £8

11.30am - 1.30pm

Monday 16th October

Highfield Garden Centre, Whitminster - £10

10.00am - 1.30pm

Tuesday 17th October

Bitton Railway Station - £8

11.30am - 1.30pm

Monday 23rd October

Clarks Village - £15

10.00am - 3.00pm

Tuesday 24th October

Coffee and Cake provided by 4 Towns & Vale Link, Crossbow House, Frampton Cotterell. Donations for the Guide Dogs for the Blind - £6

10.00am - 12.00pm

Monday 30th October

The Rose & Crown, Rangeworthy for Lunch - £8

11.30am - 1.30pm

All prices relate to travel only – no food is included. Please help us to maintain safety measures for our members and staff whilst travelling on our bus. The above may be subject to alterations or cancellations in line with Government guidelines.

Please note the first time shown on the trip list (i.e. 10.00am) is an indication of when the pick ups begin. It is NOT a confirmed pick up time for all. We will let you know of any potential delays as soon as we are made aware of any issues.

Due to the popularity of the trips, we must restrict bookings to Two Trips Only per member. This will allow everyone a fair chance to travel with us.

Please note that these trips are for members only.

Winterbourne Medieval Barn

Winterbourne Medieval Barn will be hosting various activities over October and the coming months with the main community event, Orchard Harvest Day, being held on Sunday 8th October.

Winterbourne Medieval Barn was built in 1342 for Sir Thomas de Bradeston, who at that time held the manor of Winterbourne. He was closely linked with Berkeley castle when king Edward II was murdered there, and had the ear of the new king, Edward III, who rewarded him well for military services. The fabric of the Medieval Barn is over 90% original and its raised cruck roof is a superb example of medieval craftsmanship.

The Barn is managed by a charitable trust (WMBT) made up of local volunteers, who raise the funds need to maintain this nationally important heritage building and keep it accessible to the local community. The Trust is always keen to welcome new volunteers, who can offer anything from an occasional couple of hours to regular help with events or admin. Anyone interested in joining the team should visit the website for more information or ring 0117 403 1536.

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