Events Around Gloucestershire

Today to Thu 17 Oct    

More details - Egypt Mill
Heritage Open Day: Egypt Mill is a 16th Century Water Mill , with some later additions, sympathetically converted into a Hotel and Pub complex. Egypt Mill has two water wheels, that have not been operational for 10 years.
Egypt Mill, Stroud Road, Nailsworth, Stroud
Today to Sun 22 Sep

More details - Dymock Poets at St. Mary's Church
Heritage Open Day: Follow in the footsteps of the Dymock poets with a visit to this pretty church. Mostly Norman, Dymock church is thought to be Saxon in part, potentially an old Saxon Monastery, although now more famed for it’s connection to the Dymock Poets.
Church of St Mary the Virgin, Dymock
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 - 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 - St Peter's Church, Clearwell
Heritage Open Day: A guided tour of St. Peter’s Church will be on Saturday 14th September at 1pm followed by refreshments. The church will be open throughout HODs from 10am to 4pm, with services on both Sundays at 11am.
Saint Peter’s Clearwell, Church Street, Clearwell
Today to Sun 22 Sep

More details - St Michael and All Angels Church, Mitcheldean
Heritage Open Day: Explore this fascinating church with a spectacular marble reredos and Doom Paintings. An exhibition will be available to view daily, with a guided tour and afternoon teas on Sunday 22nd September. Visit Mitcheldean’s church dating in part from the 13th Century.
St Michael and all Angels Church, High Street, Mitcheldean
Today to Sun 22 Sep

More details - St Mary's Church, St Briavels
Heritage Open Day: Explore this charming village church and discover its history, open daily throughout Heritage Open Days.
St Mary’s Church, Church Street, St Briavels, Coleford
Today to Sun 22 Sep

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 - 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
Today to Sat 21 Sep

More details - Great Western Railway Museum, Coleford
Heritage Open Day: Visit a privately owned museum lovingly created from the GWR Goods Shed that marked the site of Coleford’s two railways: the Great Western and Severn and Wye Railways that once served the area.
The Great Western Railway Museum, The Old Railway Station, Railway Drive, Coleford

More details - Geomap and Miners Memorial
Heritage Open Day: Visit a unique geological map of the Forest of Dean created from 15 different rocks that underlay the soil and learn about its creation from Dave and Liz Berry. The geology of the Forest of Dean is both unique and complex and explains the area’s rich industrial heritage.
New Fancy View, Parkend, Lydney

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

More details - Newent Market House Open Days
Heritage Open Day: Visitors can go inside the Market House plus view exhibitions. Display boards cover 3000 years of Newent history & display cases house many artefacts. There is a comprehensive display of local village histories & a celebration of local music-makers.
Newent Market House, Market Square, Newent
Today to Sun 22 Sep

More details - Photographic Exhibition: James Bosketts (recent) - Changing Face of Tewkesbury
Heritage Open Day: James Boskett has been photographing Tewkesburys buildings for decades. Here on display are ’then and now’ photographs which will evoke many memories.
101 Church Street, Tewkesbury
Today to Sat 21 Sep

More details - Newland Street Walk
Heritage Open Day: Tour Newland Street in Coleford and discover its history, through to Whitecliff Furnace.
Clock Tower, Old Station Way, Coleford
Today, Sun 22 Sep

More details - Tetbury Police Museum & Courtroom
Heritage Open Day: Waxwork and interactive displays, quaint and original features of the Victorian Police Station, history of Gloucestershire Police The Police Museum & Courtroom is an attraction for all ages of visitors and well worth a visit if you enjoy history.
Tetbury Town Council, The Old Court House, 63 Long Street, Tetbury
Today to Sun 22 Sep

More details - ' Through The Lens '  Exhibition
A FREE Exhibition by Tewkesbury’s Finest Professional and Amature photographers photographs including: Tewkesbury and The Cotswolds.
The Roses, Sun Street, Tewkesbury
Today to Sun 29 Sep

More details - Free Heritage Open Days
Tewkesbury’s annual September FREE Heritage Open Days have 11 town centre venues and one out of town (2 miles) with various open days between at least 13 and 22 September 2019.
Tewkesbury Town Centre
Today to Sun 22 Sep

Art Exhibition  Jan Whitton & Caroline Hope More details - Art Exhibition  Jan Whitton & Caroline Hope
Jan Whitton and Caroline Hope are holding their annual Art Exhibition in the delightful village of Lower Slaughter. Their art work covers a wide variety of subjects and there will be watercolours/oils/pastels to delight visitors. Admission is free, though donations to charity are always welcomed.
Lower Slaughter village, Cheltenham
Today to Tue 24 Sep
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More details - The Royal Gardens at Highgrove - Individual Garden Tours
Led by an expert guide in a group of no more than 26 guests, you will explore the incredible gardens at Highgrove, from the magnificence of the Thyme Walk to the serene, otherworldly setting of the Stumpery.
Doughton, Tetbury
Today to Sat 28 Sep

More details - ART@TheHouse Bird Exhibition 14th-28th September
A mixed media exhibition combining the work of professional and amateur artists. Featuring a range of artwork including textiles, painting, print making and photography. Free admission, child friendly venue, ample parking and lift.
Kingshill House, Kingshill Lane, Dursley, Glos
Today to Sat 28 Sep

More details - Chedworth Roman Villa - Sadie Rowlands - Artist in Residence
During September you can meet a variety of artists as they create beautiful art on site. Sadie Rowlands, mosaicist, will be on site working on her fantastic mosaic pieces. You can see how this traditional technique, that was very popular in Roman times, has developed for modern art. Booking Not Needed.
Chedworth Roman Villa, Yanworth, near Cheltenham,
Today and Fri 20 Sep

More details - Chedworth Roman Villa - Meet Censorinus and take a tour with the owner
Venture back to Roman Britain with our costumed interpreter to meet Censorinus, the 4th Century villa owner. He will be on site all day, and will lead a special guided tour around his humble abode at 2pm. Welcome honoured guest!
Chedworth Roman Villa, Yanworth, near Cheltenham,
Today, Thu 10 Oct

More details - Hidcote - Rachel Dein: Hidcote through the seasons
In August 2019 acclaimed artist Rachel Dein will be exhibiting her unique castings at Hidcote made using plants and flowers from the garden collected throughout the seasons. This opening date of this exhibition has now changed to August 2019.
Hidcote, Hidcote Bartrim, near Chipping Campden,
Today to Tue 22 Oct

More details - Tewkesbury Abbey
Heritage Open Day: A display of the Abbey’s famous knitted monks It is often said that knowledge is power. The Benedictine monks of Tewkesbury Abbey used their knowledge and skills to educate and care for local people, to develop trade in the town and to cultivate the surrounding land.
Tewkesbury Abbey, Abbey Office, Church Street, Tewkesbury
Today to Sun 22 Sep

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