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Gloucester Civic Trust

Gloucester Civic Trust is based at St Michael’s Tower at The Cross and with the active support of its members provides a varied programme of tours and activities to bring alive the history of the city for local residents and visitors. We also seek to ensure that re-generation and future plans respect and complement Gloucester’s heritage.


St Michael’s Tower Opening Hours

3rd April to 27th October (closed Bank Holidays)
Monday to Saturday 10.30am to 4pm

Guided Tours

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St Michael's Tower

The Headquarters of the Gloucester Civic Trust


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Sites of Interest

Learn more about the many places to discover in Gloucester

Latest News from Gloucester Civic Trust

Apple Week at Gloucester Life Museum

Apple Week at Gloucester Life Museum Tuesday 16th October to Saturday, 20th October ending with the traditional “Apple Day” @ 11:00 am - 4:00 pm on Saturday (Free Entry)   Apple Week 16th to 20th October This year for the first time there will be an “Apple week”...

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Record Turnout for Heritage Open Days 2017

Press Release GLOUCESTER CIVIC TRUST Press Release. November  15, 2017. by Hugh Worsnip. Tel 01452 790360. hughworsnip@btinternet.com Exactly 800 people attended  25 different guided walks organised by Gloucester Civic Trust during last September's Heritage Open...

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The second social gathering for Civic Trust members. Great to meet other members over a coffee and a mince pie. Next one 19th December 7pm in The Fountain Inn. ...

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3 weeks ago

Gloucester Civic Trust

This is interesting to see Westgate Street like this Marc Waters Is itpossible to put lnk from our website?

The Time Travel Artist
A 128 year trip to Victorian Gloucester!

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4 weeks ago

Gloucester Civic Trust

Interesting event for anyone who can go at this timeInterested in Old Buildings and the Planning System in Gloucester? Want to meet and question the people behind the decisions? On 29th November a FREE drop-in event is taking place at the Robert Raikes House, Southgate Street. No previous booking needed. ...

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