Welcome to our page outlining the details of the 8th Cotswold Caper.
The scenery and pretty villages of the North Cotswolds attracts visitors from all over the world and this is an opportunity for you to be guided through this wonderful area whilst supporting our nominated charity for 2013, The James Hopkins Trust
This year the route is centred in the picturesque North Cotswolds and will cover approximately 80 miles, taking you through some of the prettiest villages in the area. We will be starting at Stow Rugby club near Stow on the Wold and finishing at the Cotswold Farm Park which is owned by Adam Henson of the BBC’s Country File programme. There will be a mid-route stop at the Batsford Arboretum where refreshments will be available to purchase.
The route will be taking advantage of the narrow lanes and byways that criss-cross this lovely area, thereby taking participants into the quiet and unspoilt parts of this Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
The total raised for charity from our previous seven Cotswold Capers is in excess of £21,000, so why not join us for a great day out in this beautiful corner of England and help us to raise much needed funds for our worthwhile charity
To check the list of current entrants please go to Caper entrants list
To see the previous Capers please click 2006 2007 or 2008 or 2009 or 2010 or 2011 or 2012
You can now download the 2013 entry form here Word Pdf