A presentation by Jim Dillon of the Gloucester Civic Trust on links between the city and the USA, especially those relating to George Whitefield, Button Gwinnett, and John Stafford Smith.
A presentation about Whitefriars Friary by Andrew Armstrong, the City Archaeologist, following excavations performed after demolition of the bus station and multi storey car park as part of the redevelopment of the Kings Quarter
A presentation by Claire Dovey-Evans – Cathedral Quarter Project Officer
A presentation by Paul Drinkwater of the Gloucester Civic Trust on the Battle of Highnam 1643
A presentation by Paul Drinkwater of the Gloucester Civic Trust on Sir Thomas Rich 1601 – 1667
A presentation by Paul Drinkwater of the Gloucester Civic Trust on George Whitefield 1714 – 1777
A presentation by Paul Drinkwater of the Gloucester Civic Trust on the Roman Rock Road
A presentation by Tony Conder of the Gloucester Civic Trust
A presentation by Phil Moss and Sue Smith on the Civic Trust’s history
Part two of a presentation by Phil Moss and Sue Smith on the Civic Trust’s history
A presentation by Paul Drinkwater to Tewkesbury Civic Trust on the Siege of Gloucester
Reef Group’s Esther Croft and Sam Potter talk about the exciting new Forum development in the Whitefriars area of Gloucester.
Gloucester City Conservation Officer Kate Biggs introduces the repair and conservation work currently being done on Aethelflaed’s St Oswald’s Priory. Followed by a talk and demonstration of the works by historic building conservationist Jake Etherton
Gloucester City archaeologist Andrew Armstrong explains the significance of the Roman remains that have been uncovered recently during the developments in King’s Square.
A presentation by Paul Drinkwater on the history of the River Twyver.
Gloucester City Archaeologist Andrew Armstrong introduces a video made in the early 1970s by the first city archaeologist, Henry Hurst and then Gloucester Civic Trust member, Peter Price.
City Archaeologist Andrew Armstrong speaks about the latest exciting archaeological discovery, unearthed by Cotswold Archaeology, at the King’s Quarter redevelopment in Gloucester.
Presentation by Llanthony Priory about its remarkable library