Join the Cotswold Country Business Club

 

Launched in Autumn 2015, the Cotswold Country Business Club is a new concept in private dining and business entertainment. Building on the popularity of an outdoor event calendar run in conjunction with the Cotswold Hunt, members can combine the excitement of Andoversford Races, the elegant surrounds of the Cotswold Team Chase and the glamour and high fashion of the Cotswold Hunt Ball in one single dining package.

Membership offers 8 places at Andoversford Races and the Cotswold Team Chase, and a further 2 places at the Cotswold Hunt Ball, two events in the Spring, one in the autumn, for an entertainment package without parallel. 

Membership privileges comprise:

  • a table for 8 in our Sponsors' marquee at the Cotswold Team Chase at Foxcote, near Cheltenham, on October 27th 2019, including luncheon
  • 2 guest tickets to join us, or to supplement your own table, at the Cotswold Hunt Ball in March 2020 (date to be confirmed)
  • a table for 8 in our dedicated marquee at Andoversford Races on Sunday April 5th 2020
  • invitations to many of our social functions, like the Farmers' Party and End of Season Drinks, often in beautiful surroundings of some of the county's finest houses, or with our commercial partners
  • a day's hunting of your choice with the Cotswold Hunt

Membership costs £1,200 and runs for a calendar year from the date of joining, with flexible payment terms. To join, click here.

Event details

When?

Sunday April 11th 2021

Gates open 1030. Pony racing 12 noon, Steeplechases from 2.15pm

Where?

6m SE Cheltenham, nr junction of A40 and A436 (Exit 11A, M5)

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