About @AboutGlos – Gloucestershire Guide

Welcome to @aboutglos New Gloucestershire Blog, This blog replaces all current blogs now my desired website name has become available www.aboutglos.co.uk.  You wouldn’t believe it has been owned by someone doing nothing, then not renewed, after waiting patiently for 90 days hoping it is not renewed I finally got it registered.

Purpose Of @aboutglos

@aboutglos is now this middle man for all my Gloucestershire guides and social media profiles, the guides will stay the same but all news, events and articles will be located here and relevant articles will be displayed dynamically on the relevant guide or guides depending on relevancy.

Gloucestershire Websites

Websites related to aboutglos and their purpose.


Gloucestershire Shops and Shopping, Eating Out, Pubs Bars & Night Clubs, Business Directory, Tourist Attractions, Walks, History, Museums & Art Galleries and much more.


Gloucestershire hour which is a weekly networking event on social media.  This site also has a free advert directory for the counties companies, you can add using the form on the website.  These adverts will be cross promoted on our other sites where appropriate.

Popular Pages

The pages below are the most popular on our sites currently.

  • Welcome From Instagram @aboutglos has joined Instagram to share photos and connect with locals.
  • Special offer Sunday roast at The Bear Enjoy a traditional Sunday lunch, main courses include roast Pork, lamb or beef.
  • Gloucestershire Festival of Polo 9–10 June 2018 The Beaufort Polo Club in Westonbirt, Gloucestershire meet again on 9/10th June 2018 a yearly celebration of the oldest sport in the world polo. The two-day spectacle, held at the Beaufort Polo Club, includes impressive top class polo, a tented shopping village plus arena attractions and a traditional funfair. Whether you’re a fan of the sport ...
  • National Birds of Prey Centre Newent The International Centre for Birds of Prey, formerly the National Bird of Prey Centre, in Newent houses a large collection of birds of prey with over 60 species of owls, eagles and hawks. The International Centre for Birds of Prey, formerly the National Birds of Prey Centre, in Gloucestershire houses a large collection of birds of ...

Social Network Profiles

Coming Soon by main one is @aboutglos

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