Monday August 31, 2015

What's On in and around Cheltenham


Today to 28 Sep 2015 - by distance

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Heritage Open Day: Built in 1853, this Grade 2 listed building is a wonderfully preserved Baptist chapel of that era, with impressive architecture and a large balcony served by twin staircases. The pews in the gallery are original. There is an... View more details - Cambray Baptist Church
Cambray Baptist Church, Cambray Place, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire GL50 1JS
Fri 11 Sep to Sun 13 Sep

Heritage Open Day: St Luke’s was built and consecrated in 1854. It was designed by F.W. Ordish in the Victorian style of ’Geometric Decorated Gothic’. Its tower has oddly shaped ’broaches’ on its corners which betray... View more details - St Luke's Church
St Luke’s Road, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire GL53 7JH
Thu 10 Sep to Sun 13 Sep

Heritage Open Day: The Minster is the only medieval building in Cheltenham and by far the oldest building. By 1190 it was important enough to be the mother church of Leckhampton and Charlton Kings. The windows are the chief feature. The tracery... View more details - Cheltenham Minster, St Mary's
Well Walk, Clarence Street, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire GL50 3JR
Thu 10 Sep to Sun 13 Sep

Heritage Open Day: Grade II* listed building designed in 1854 by Charles Hansom. A fine example of a Gothic Revival church with many beautiful stained glass windows by John Hardman of Birmingham. Fine stone carvings by Boulton and others, including... View more details - St Gregory's Church, Cheltenham
St James Square, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire GL50 3PR
Fri 11 Sep and Sat 12 Sep

Heritage Open Day: The New Club opened on 31st October 1874 as a private gentlemen’s club, restricting its membership to prominent citizens and the higher ranks of the Armed Services. Today the Club has given up this image, by extending a warm... View more details - The New Club
Atherstone Lawn, 2 Montpellier Parade, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire GL50 1UD
Thu 10 Sep to Sun 13 Sep

Care UK’s Sandfields care home is inviting people in Cheltenham and the surrounding areas to find out more about ensuring loved ones living with dementia can continue to make choices about their care on 9th September. From 2pm to 4.30pm, the free... View more details - Supporting choice in dementia care at Cheltenham care home
Sandfields, St George’s Road, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire GL50 3DU
Wed 9 Sep

Heritage Open Day: Founded in 1841, Cheltenham College was the first of the great Victorian boarding schools. From 9-12 in the morning the magnificent gothic chapel will be open and there will be tours of the main 1843 building, including the... View more details - Cheltenham College
Cheltenham College, Bath Road, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire GL53 7LD
Sat 12 Sep

Heritage Open Day: Francis Close Hall campus is one of Cheltenham’s best examples of a Victorian-Gothic building. Opened in 1850, it originally housed 39 male teacher-training students at Cheltenham Training College. Today, Francis Close Hall... View more details - University of Gloucestershire, Francis Close Hall
University of Gloucestershire, Francis Close Hall Campus, Swindon Road, Cheltenham GL50 4AZ
Thu 10 Sep

Heritage Open Day: The library has an extensive collection of antiquarian volumes and of books and periodicals on local history, genealogy, archaeology, architecture and much more. View more details - Bristol and Gloucestershire Archaeological Society library opening
Bristol and Gloucestershire Archaeological Society Library, Francis Close Hall, Swindon Road, Cheltenham GL50 4AZ
Fri 11 Sep

Heritage Open Day: Cheltenham Civic Awards Exhibition; Civic Society Activities Exhibition; Scrapbooks of Cheltenham and other archive materials; Photographic Exhibition by Cheltenham Camera Club; Vintage Film of Cheltenham (continuous); Guided... View more details - Parmoor House
Parmoor House, 13 Lypiatt Terrace, Lypiatt Road, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire GL50 2SX
Sat 12 Sep and Sun 13 Sep

Alex Chalk MP, will be taking on Tom in an Exhibition Tennis Match at East Glos Club on Sunday 6th September 2015, from 10.30 a.m-11.30 a.m. Alex Chalk will then officially open the newly resurfaced Clay Courts at 11.45 a.m. Tom Mellor (born... View more details - Fund-Raiser - Alex Chalk MP challenges Gold Medal winner  Tom Mellor - Exhibition Tennis Match
East Glos Club Old Bath Road Cheltenham Gloucestershire GL53 7DF
Sun 6 Sep

EVENT: Annual Macmillan Biggest Coffee Morning in Cheltenham WHERE: East Glos Club, Old Bath Road, Cheltenham, Glos GL53 7DF CONTACT: 01242-230562,, DATE: Friday 25th September, 2014 TIME: 10.00... View more details - East Glos Club Macmillan Cancer Biggest Annual Coffee Morning in Cheltenham
East Glos Club Old Bath Road Cheltenham Gloucestershire GL53 7DF
Fri 25 Sep

Heritage Open Day: This is a John Middleton designed church, built in the 1870’s. The Lady Chapel is in the meeting room and has a first world war connection with a cross bought back from the Somme and names of the fallen from our parish... View more details - St Stephen's Church, Tivoli, Cheltenham
St Stephens Church, St. Stephens Road, Tivoli, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire GL51 3AD
Sat 12 Sep

Heritage Open Day: The Park campus remains a remarkable example of the early development of Cheltenham’s green spaces. Solicitor, Thomas Billings, bought the land in 1831 and had ambitious plans to open the Gloucestershire Zoological,... View more details - University of Gloucestershire
University of Gloucestershire, The Park, Cheltenham GL50 2RH
Thu 10 Sep

Heritage Open Day: Small display by Leckhampton Local History Society telling of the story of The Leckhampton Riots 1902 and 1906. The rioters, who fought for the rights to walk over the hill, held their meetings in the original pub, rebuilt in... View more details - The Wheatsheaf Inn Leckhampton
Wheatsheaf Inn, 283 Old Bath Road, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire GL53 9AJ
Thu 10 Sep to Sun 13 Sep

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