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Organisations around Gloucestershire

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Event Image The Bacon Theatre is one of the friendliest places to be entertained in Cheltenham. Set on the leafy site of Dean Close School, we play host to a full professional programme of live music, film,...
The Bacon Theatre, Dean Close School, Hatherley Road, Cheltenham.

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Event Image OUR VISION A society where every young person’s future is determined by their potential not their past OUR MISSION Bringing hope into the lives of young people and their families by unlocking
The Door 45 High Street Stroud

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We are a registered charity support Talented Young Musicians in Gloucestershire.
Pear Tree Cottage, Brimpsfield.

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The Kings Theatre is run by and for the people of Gloucester as a venue for amateur theatre, dance and music.
The Kings Theatre, Kingsbarton Street, Gloucester

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Event Image Situated in the beautiful Gloucestershire countryside, Kingshill House is an elegant Georgian mansion that dates back to 1705.
Kingshill Lane

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Lansdown Hall and Gallery is owned by Stroud Town Council and run by an entirely separate charity for the benefit of the community.
Lansdown, Stourd

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The Kings Theatre is run by and for the people of Gloucester as a venue for amateur theatre, dance and music.
The Kings Theatre, Kingsbarton Street Gloucester

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Event Image Classes suitable for all standard of dancers with professional, friendly tuition by an advanced instructor with over 15 years experience. A fun way to exercise and make new friends.
Dursley, Yate & Thornbury South Glos.

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The Crown Players are a long-established amateur theatre group based in the city of Gloucester. Formed in 1956, we began life as a church based group called The St Barnabas Players.
The Kings Theatre, Kings Barton Street, Gloucester

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Event Image We are a vibrant community focused hobby shop based in the town centre of Stroud. We have a cafe and shop and run a wide variety of different events for various face-to-face interactive games in a...
Russell Street Stroud

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The jet engine was designed by British engineering genius Sir Frank Whittle (1907–1996). His son Ian is a patron of Jet Age Museum.
Meteor Business Park Cheltenham Road East Staverton

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