Find out all about medical care during the Siege of Gloucester and then declare your intentions by making your own regimental colours and flag!
Find out all about dashing highwaymen in this much admir’d event in the company of The Shadow, a notorious local highwayman!
It’s all aboard the Skylark for an archival cruise along the River Severn to explore its wonderful history and discover surprising stories!
A warm welcome awaits anyone who would like the chance to meet old friends and make new ones.
Family friendly exploration of the moon landing and UFOs from a Gloucestershire perspective. Followed by the opportunity to make and fly stomp rockets.
See the new community garden, artwork and archival treasures. Behind the scenes tours, exhibitions, stalls and light refreshments available.
In the 180th year of Gloucestershire Constabulary, former Chief Constable, Dr Timothy Brain, examines the history of policing in the county.
Remember the old AD and FH numbers? Who owned AD 1? Who were the first women motorists? Find the answers in a new book, launched today.
John Hamblett from the Jet Age Museum gives an illustrated talk on airfields and aviators in Gloucestershire from 1784-1915.
Illustrated talk on the history of Dowty, Gloucestershire’s global engineering firm, by archivist Ally McConnell, using original sources.
Oral reminiscence from Gloucester residents with Paul Evans.
Launch of a new volunteer project finding hidden lives in 18th century archives.
Art Shape present a performance by their new group of disabled participants based on a modern retelling of Dick Whittington (live acting/music plus a short film).
A talk by Joyce Moss about the impact of the Reformation in the Forest Deanery? Did the Forest remain conservative or become protestant? How was the new diocese of Gloucester doing in the 16th century?
A talk by Rose Hewlett about William Sheppard, Oliver Cromwell's legal adviser 1654-57, who is relatively unknown within his native county of Gloucestershire.
This guided walk looks at some of the gargoyles and grotesques in the city.
Trace the history of the area from Roman times to present day.
A chance to engage with our mighty River Severn and its legends through historic maps, storytelling and activities. Followed by a walk to the river and picnic (optional).
There are lots of churches in the centre of Gloucester today, but there were once many more.
There were once many schools in and around the centre of Gloucester.
A presentation by the Soldiers of Gloucestershire Museum in conjunction with Stroud High School.
Book talk and Q&A Session by renowned aviation historian and author Peter Sikora.