Events Around Cheltenham

Today to Sun 13 Oct, closest first.    

More details - Cambray Baptist Church
Heritage Open Day: A Grade 2 Listed Baptist Church built in the 1850s as a ‘neat, commodious chapel in a good situation’ with seating for 1100 people and a hall built in 1904 for social events. Although refurbished several times the buildings retain many of their original features.
Cambray Baptist Church, Cambray Place, Cheltenham
Sat 21 Sep, Sun 22 Sep

More details - Cheltenham Playhouse
Heritage Open Day: Not only a tour of the parts of the theatre audiences never see but also to discover the past of this unique building which has also housed a swimming pool, a bakery, a cricket school, an ARP centre and medicinal spa!
Cheltenham Playhouse, 47-53 Bath Road, Cheltenham

More details - Cheltenham Masonic Hall Open Day
Heritage Open Day: Cheltenham Masonic Hall was built in 1823 by architect and freemason George Underwood. Still in regular use after nearly 200 years, the building retains all its Regency features. Displays on the history of the building and freemasonry in Cheltenham.
The Masonic Hall, Portland Street, Cheltenham
Sat 21 Sep 19

More details - Cheltenham Minster Bells. Visit to the Bell Tower to see the ringers or to the screen in the Minster
Heritage Open Day: We have recently replaced our 12 bells and added one extra making a total of 13. The extra bell is to help new bellringers to practice. The new bells will be on display in the bell tower and will be ringing.
Cheltenham Minster St. Mary’s, Well Walk, off Clarence Street., Cheltenham
Today to Sun 22 Sep

More details - Cheltenham Minster St. Mary'.  A talk and tour of the Minster beginning at 1500 on Sunday, 15th Sept
Heritage Open Day: Cheltenham Minster was originally Cheltenham Parish Church St. Mary ’s and is a Grade 1 listed medieval church, the only medieval building in the town. It has many outstanding stain glass windows and has a beautiful unspoilt interior. Cheltenham Minster is the oldest building in the town.
Cheltenham Minster St. Mary’s, Well Walk, off Clarence Street, Cheltenham
Today to Sun 22 Sep

More details - Cheltenham Synagogue
Heritage Open Day: Cheltenham Synagogue is a listed Grade 2* Regency building. It has been home to a small, traditional, Orthodox community since it was consecrated in 1839. There will be brief talks and members will be on hand to answer questions.
Cheltenham Synagogue, Synagogue Lane, St James Square, Cheltenham
Today, Thu 19 Sep

More details - St Gregory the Great Catholic Church
Heritage Open Day: St Gregory’s is an impressive Gothic Revival church, designed by Charles Hansom in 1853 and refurbished and restored in 2018. There is good informative material and displays. The church has a full set of Hardman of Birmingham stained windows and much stone carving by R. B. Boulton.
St. Gregorys Presbytery, 10 St. James Square, Cheltenham
Today to Sun 22 Sep

More details - Tours of the Cotswold Hospital Radio studio
Heritage Open Day: Visitors to the hospital can come and have a tour of the Cotswold Hospital radio studio. Having been operating for over 40 years this is a unique opportunity to see behind the curtain of a working radio studio.
Cotswold Hospital Radio, Parkside, Cheltenham General Hospital, Cheltenham

More details - The New Club, Cheltenham. GL50 1UD
Heritage Open Day: The New Club opened on 31st October 1874 as a private gentlemen’s club and was originally located on the site of the Quadrangle on the Promenade. Guided tours by club members of this Georgian House which originally was a private residence.
2 Montpellier Parade, Cheltenham

More details - Holst Birthday Concert
Holst Birthday Concert with Cheltenham Chamber Orchestra. St Andrew’s Church, Montpellier, Cheltenham GL50 1SP The Holst Birthplace Trust is delighted to welcome back the superb Cheltenham Chamber Orchestra (conductor Timothy Carey), who will be joined by solo viola player Ana Teresa Alves.
St Andrews United Reformed Church, Montpellier, Cheltenham
Sat 5 Oct 19

More details - Cheltenham Memory Walk
Join us for Memory Walk 2019! Every 3 minutes someone in the UK develops dementia. But you can change this. Walk for a world without dementia at Memory Walk this autumn. A sponsored walk for all ages and abilities to unite together and raise money to defeat dementia.
Pittville Park, East Approach Drive, Cheltenham,
Sun 13 Oct 19

More details - Leckhampton Riots: Martryrs or Thugs
Heritage Open Day: Talk by local historian Neela Mann Leckhampton Rioters: Martyrs or Thugs? A blow by blow account of what really happened on the hill and afterwards! Find out about the local riots on Leckhampton Hill. See a display put together by Leckhampton Local History Society
Wheatsheaf Inn, 283 Old Bath Road, Cheltenham
Sat 21 Sep 19

More details - Cheltenham Psychic Switch
Experience 4 different Psychics, Mediums in 1 amazing psychic night. Book a ticket for yourself or come with friends, family etc for a great social psychic evening. Everyone is guaranteed a message. Bar open, over 18’s only.
Regency Hotel, Cheltenham
Thu 3 Oct 19

More details - Jet Age Museum
Heritage Open Day: See jet planes of the past Jet Age Museum exists to promote and preserve the history of Gloucestershire’s contribution to world aviation from the early days of flight.
Meteor Business Park, Cheltenham Road East, Staverton, Gloucester
Today and Mon 16 Sep

More details - Prescott Anglo American Autumn Classic
Saturday 5 - Sunday 6 October 2019. Prescott American Autumn Classic The popular American Themed Autumn Classic returns to Prescott Speed Hill Climb, Cheltenham on the weekend of the 5-6 October 2019.
Prescott Hill Climb, Gotherington, Cheltenham Glos
Sat 5 Oct 19 and Sun 6 Oct

More details - Witcombe Folk Dance Club
Evening of Folk Dance with live music from Musical Folk with Club Callers. Everyone Welcome All dances called.
Witcombe Village Hall, Witcombe, Gloucester
Wed 25 Sep 19

More details - Witcombe Folk Dance Club
Fun evening of Folk Dancing with live music from Dave Byatt with callers Pete and Marj Hendy. Everyone Welcome
Witcombe Village Hall, Witcombe, Gloucester
Wed 9 Oct 19

More details - Holy Trinity Church
Heritage Open Day: Historic building This church is an interesting Grade 2-listed 1930s structure designed by Harold Stratton-Davis in a 15th Century style.
Church Road, Longlevens, Gloucester

More details - St Mary Magdelene's Chapel
Heritage Open Day: Remains of 12th Century leper chapel Come and see the listed ancient monuments in beautiful Hillfield Gardens, which contains several champion trees in the City. Scribe s Conduit and the King’s Board we’re moved out if the City Centre. The wrought iron entrance gates are also listed.
Hillfield Gardens, London Road, Gloucester

More details - St. Nicholas Church, Ashchurch
Heritage Open Day: Our lovely church will be open for visitors with extra items on display not normally on view. Come and enjoy the tranquility, light a candle for a loved one, or simply relax. Building the church began in 1092 and consecration followed in 1121.
St. Nicholas Church, Ashchurch Road, Tewkesbury
Thu 19 Sep 19 to Sat 21 Sep

More details - Route 61 Blues Band
Route 61 are a UK Gloucestershire-based 5-piece blues band comprising well-seasoned and experienced musicians. Some members are familiar faces on the local blues scene, whilst others bring fresh inspiration and renewed vitality.
The Moats Gander Lane Tewkesbury
Sat 5 Oct 19

More details - Tewkesbury Farmers' and Craft Markets
Tewkesbury Farmers’ and Craft Markets are held on the 2nd Saturday of every month February to December. There’s a wide range of local produce from Farmers, Growers and Food makers, plus local Arts and Crafts.
Tewkesbury Abbey Lawns Car Park
Sat 12 Oct 19

More details - St Margaret's Chapel
Heritage Open Day: Former almshouse chapel The Chapel was part of a monastic institution set up outside the medieval city boundary for the benefit of those suffering from the then incurable disease of leprosy.
London Road, Gloucester

More details - Tewkesbury Methodist Church
Heritage Open Day: See beautiful non-conformist church. Photo display of Victorian Tewkesbury Tewkesbury Methodist Church was opened in 1878. The church is built of Cotswold stone and is on the site of the old Market House. It stands by the town cross in the centre of this historic riverside town.
The Cross, Church Street, Tewkesbury
Fri 20 Sep, Sat 21 Sep

More details - John Moore Museum
Heritage Open Day: Free tours of three unique 15th century buildings in the heart of historic Tewkesbury and covering natural, social and religious history. The John Moore Museum is nestled in a row of late-Medieval timber-framed buildings located in the precincts of Tewkesbury Abbey.
The John Moore Museum, 41 Church Street, Tewkesbury
Sat 21 Sep 19 and Sun 22 Sep

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