Author: claire bloomer

PLEASE SEE NEW BREWERY ARTS AND CORINIUM MUSEUM WEBSITES FOR INFORMATION ABOUT ABBEY 900 CHILDREN’S ACTIVITIES, WORKSHOPS AND EXHIBITIONS DURING THE SUMMER.  

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THE WINSTONE TALKS IN CIRENCESTER We are privileged to be able to announce that in partnership with Gloucester History Festival and Corinium Museum and supported by the K D Winstone Trust you will be able to hear talks by two of the country’s top historians at Cirencester Parish Church in October and November. VIEW POSTER FOR FURTHER […]

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ABBEY 900 COMMUNITY AND HARVEST SUPPER To be held in the Parish Church at 6pm on Sunday 24 September VIEW POSTER FOR FURTHER DETAILS

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FESTIVAL OF FASHION To be held at 6.45pm on Thursday 21 September at Bingham Hall Cirencester. VIEW POSTER FOR FURTHER DETAILS

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CANCELLATION We are sorry to inform you that due to circumstances beyond our control “Murder in the Cathedral” scheduled for 14,15, 16 September has had to be postponed. There are still plans to perform this play in the church and it is now scheduled for the autumn of 2018.  Please watch the town, Visitor Information and Parish […]

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DON’T FORGET – HERE FOR A WHILE Treasure Hunt – QUIZONABIKE Family fun around the area from the saddle of your bike!  Get your £1 entry form from GH Knight in Silver Street, Cirencester and you have until September to complete the quiz

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Volunteers urgently needed for the Lego build

Volunteers urgently needed for the Lego build

Please come and join us – Volunteers wanted to join in the Great LEGO build The great LEGO build has grown very quickly from its initial opening to the public in April.  With a target of completing the build by the end of October, the LEGO team are looking for people to join the team […]

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ABBEY WALKS

ABBEY WALKS

Meet by the Lego build in the Parish Church SATURDAYS at 12 NOON TUESDAYS at 2PM Learn about where the Abbey of St Mary was situated in the Abbey Grounds, how the canons lived, how important it was and how its wealth is the foundation of the town we live and work in today.

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