'A Homeopathic Garden'
From an original by Karl Lissimore.




North Cotswold Homeopathic Group was founded in 1990 and held it’s launch meeting at Winchcombe Library on the 24th October.

Membership of the group is open to all interested people, and meetings are held on the Fourth Wednesday of each month (except December and January) at the Abbey Field Community 
Centre (Cleeve Room) Back Lane, Winchcombe, GL54 5QH commencing at 8.00pm. 
Some meetings are devoted to other alternative therapies.

Visitors are always welcome so please come along and see what we have to offer.

The group currently has in stock radio cassettes and over 300 books on Homeopathy and related subjects which are available for loan, free of charge, to members.

Since it’s formation, the group has:

  • Increased it’s membership

  • Held public meetings

  • Organised Homeopathic First Aid Courses

  • Arranged study groups

  • Visited local groups to promote Homeopathy

  • Held various fund raising activities

  • Made contact with Registered Homeopaths in the area

  • Produced regular Newsletters to which members can contribute articles of interest


  • To promote public awareness of Homeopathy through regular meetings with professional speakers.

  • To enable people to learn basic homeopathy so that they may be able to help themselves and their families in minor accidents and common ailments.

  • To support the various national bodies in the furtherance and expansion of Homeopathic training, practice and research.

  • To campaign for Homeopathy to be more widely available on the National Health Service.


For general information and membership details:
Christine Adamson (Chairman) - 01242 680469 or:
Sylvia Hughes - 01242 673788