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Kingfisher Coasters

As part of the Kingfisher Trail 2021, we are pleased to be able to offer a set of limited edition stone tiles ideal for coasters. Made from Italian marble, the coasters have been produced in partnership with SOTA gallery, Witney with designs by Warwickshire based artist, Terrance Sinclare.

Price £10.00 each, plus postage and packaging
or a set of four for £35.00, plus postage and packaging.

For bulk orders or alternative combinations contact james.webb@cotswoldsaonb.org.uk

Please note, we are currently only able to process orders for mainland UK postal addresses.


Price (inc signed for UK Delivery)



The following are available direct from our partners

Sulis the Golden Kingfisher Greeting Cards

Decorated by Guy Warner for the Kingfisher Trail and displayed in Ilford Manor Cafe and Kitchen 31st May – 10th October 2021

Sulis the Golden Kingfisher is named after the Celtic goddess of the thermal waters at Bath, giving a link to the Bristol Avon and River Frome which flows through the Ilford Manor Estate.

Guy Warner is an artist based in Winchcombe, Gloucestershire. To find out more visit www.guywarner.co.uk

10% of profits from the sale of this card will be donated to Cotswolds National Landscape.

Single Card £2.50, Pack of 5 cards £10 (including mainland UK postage).

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The Cotswolds Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty Book

An illustrated hardback book commemorating the Cotswolds Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty; the landscapes of the Cotswolds, its architecture, customs and culture.

Captured in a feast of images, the landscape slowly reveals its stories: etched on rolling hills and in fields and hidden valleys by those whose presence lingers in Neolithic long barrows and Roman villas, grand churches and manor houses that echo the wealth of the medieval wool trade.

This book is available to order online through the Cotswold Way Association website.

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Cotswold Way Mementos

Cotswold Way badges, patches, cards and poster can be purchased through the Cotswold Way Association website.

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