Blog (December 2021) - Visit Gloucester

  • Local Gloucester: The History of Barnwood

    Local Gloucester: The History of Barnwood

    Barnwood’s origins can be traced back to prehistoric times, when the area was wooded and possibly inhabited by wild bears, and so Bearnwood eventually becomes known as Barnwood.

  • Cathedral Front credit Gloucester Cathedral

    Christmas at Gloucester Cathedral

    ‘Carols on the Hour’ is back, along with a much sought-after opportunity to experience Gloucester Cathedral’s Christmas lights and decorations after dark. 

  • Gloucester Guildhall Gallery

    Dockyards, Demos and New Directions at Gloucester Guildhall

    From Friday 3 December, and throughout December, Gloucester Guildhall is pleased to be showcasing pivotal moments of social and political change as recorded in the film archives, and in the lived experiences of our city’s residents.

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