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Gloucester Cathedral
October 2019

Tuesday 1st October 2019 08:00Holy CommunionJoin us to break bread and share wine in Jesus' name.
08:30Morning PrayerLift your spirits for the day by joining us for a short spoken service of intimate prayer.
10:30Highlights Tour Enjoy a guided tour of the Cathedral including the Cloisters, tomb of Edward II and the Lady Chapel.
11:00Highlights Tour Enjoy a guided tour of the Cathedral including the Cloisters, tomb of Edward II and the Lady Chapel.
11:30Crypt TourDescend the steps from the South Transept to discover the hidden subterranean level of the Cathedral. This is where you’ll find remains of the very earliest parts of the building.
12:00Highlights Tour Enjoy a guided tour of the Cathedral including the Cloisters, tomb of Edward II and the Lady Chapel.
12:30Lunchtime Holy CommunionAn opportunity to take a break from your busy day and join us for a short lunchtime service.
12:30Crypt TourDescend the steps from the South Transept to discover the hidden subterranean level of the Cathedral. This is where you’ll find remains of the very earliest parts of the building.
13:30Crypt TourDescend the steps from the South Transept to discover the hidden subterranean level of the Cathedral. This is where you’ll find remains of the very earliest parts of the building.
13:30Highlights Tour Enjoy a guided tour of the Cathedral including the Cloisters, tomb of Edward II and the Lady Chapel.
14:00Highlights Tour Enjoy a guided tour of the Cathedral including the Cloisters, tomb of Edward II and the Lady Chapel.
14:30Crypt TourDescend the steps from the South Transept to discover the hidden subterranean level of the Cathedral. This is where you’ll find remains of the very earliest parts of the building.
15:00Highlights Tour Enjoy a guided tour of the Cathedral including the Cloisters, tomb of Edward II and the Lady Chapel.
15:30Crypt Tour Descend the steps from the South Transept to discover the hidden subterranean level of the Cathedral. This is where you’ll find remains of the very earliest parts of the building.
17:30Choral Evensong for Cathedral VolunteersCome and join us for one of our oldest and richest traditions. Intimate worship and beautiful music for all. On Tuesdays during term time Evensong is sung by the Cathedral Choir
Wednesday 2nd October 2019 08:00Holy CommunionJoin us to break bread and share wine in Jesus' name.
08:30Morning PrayerLift your spirits for the day by joining us for a short spoken service of intimate prayer.
10:30Highlights Tour Enjoy a guided tour of the Cathedral including the Cloisters, tomb of Edward II and the Lady Chapel.
11:00Highlights Tour Enjoy a guided tour of the Cathedral including the Cloisters, tomb of Edward II and the Lady Chapel.
12:00Highlights Tour Enjoy a guided tour of the Cathedral including the Cloisters, tomb of Edward II and the Lady Chapel.
12:30Lunchtime Holy CommunionAn opportunity to take a break from your busy day and join us for a short lunchtime service.
12:30Crypt TourDescend the steps from the South Transept to discover the hidden subterranean level of the Cathedral. This is where you’ll find remains of the very earliest parts of the building.
13:30Crypt TourDescend the steps from the South Transept to discover the hidden subterranean level of the Cathedral. This is where you’ll find remains of the very earliest parts of the building.
13:30Highlights Tour Enjoy a guided tour of the Cathedral including the Cloisters, tomb of Edward II and the Lady Chapel.
14:00Highlights Tour Enjoy a guided tour of the Cathedral including the Cloisters, tomb of Edward II and the Lady Chapel.
14:30Crypt TourDescend the steps from the South Transept to discover the hidden subterranean level of the Cathedral. This is where you’ll find remains of the very earliest parts of the building.
14:30Tower TourWhy not join one of our Tower Tours? When you get to the top of the winding medieval spiral staircase you’ll discover that it was worth the effort as you enjoy a breath taking view from the roof - on a clear day you can see forty miles across the glorious Gloucestershire countryside. On the way up you will visit the ringing chamber and the bell chamber where you’ll see ‘Great Peter’ the only medieval bell of its size remaining in England. Please be aware that there is no facility to leave bags, so visitors must keep their belongings to a minimum, and remain responsible for them at all times. Sensible footwear is recommended.
15:00Highlights Tour Enjoy a guided tour of the Cathedral including the Cloisters, tomb of Edward II and the Lady Chapel.
15:30Crypt Tour Descend the steps from the South Transept to discover the hidden subterranean level of the Cathedral. This is where you’ll find remains of the very earliest parts of the building.
17:30Choral EvensongCome and join us for one of our oldest and richest traditions. Intimate worship and beautiful music for all. On Wednesdays during term time Evensong is sung by the Cathedral Choir
Thursday 3rd October 2019 08:00Holy CommunionJoin us to break bread and share wine in Jesus' name.
08:30Morning PrayerLift your spirits for the day by joining us for a short spoken service of intimate prayer.
10:30Highlights Tour Enjoy a guided tour of the Cathedral including the Cloisters, tomb of Edward II and the Lady Chapel.
11:00Highlights Tour Enjoy a guided tour of the Cathedral including the Cloisters, tomb of Edward II and the Lady Chapel.
11:30Crypt TourDescend the steps from the South Transept to discover the hidden subterranean level of the Cathedral. This is where you’ll find remains of the very earliest parts of the building.
12:00Highlights Tour Enjoy a guided tour of the Cathedral including the Cloisters, tomb of Edward II and the Lady Chapel.
12:30Lunchtime Holy CommunionAn opportunity to take a break from your busy day and join us for a short lunchtime service.
12:30Crypt TourDescend the steps from the South Transept to discover the hidden subterranean level of the Cathedral. This is where you’ll find remains of the very earliest parts of the building.
13:30Crypt TourDescend the steps from the South Transept to discover the hidden subterranean level of the Cathedral. This is where you’ll find remains of the very earliest parts of the building.
13:30Highlights Tour Enjoy a guided tour of the Cathedral including the Cloisters, tomb of Edward II and the Lady Chapel.
14:00Highlights Tour Enjoy a guided tour of the Cathedral including the Cloisters, tomb of Edward II and the Lady Chapel.
14:30Crypt TourDescend the steps from the South Transept to discover the hidden subterranean level of the Cathedral. This is where you’ll find remains of the very earliest parts of the building.
14:30Tower TourWhy not join one of our Tower Tours? When you get to the top of the winding medieval spiral staircase you’ll discover that it was worth the effort as you enjoy a breath taking view from the roof - on a clear day you can see forty miles across the glorious Gloucestershire countryside. On the way up you will visit the ringing chamber and the bell chamber where you’ll see ‘Great Peter’ the only medieval bell of its size remaining in England. Please be aware that there is no facility to leave bags, so visitors must keep their belongings to a minimum, and remain responsible for them at all times. Sensible footwear is recommended.
15:00Highlights Tour Enjoy a guided tour of the Cathedral including the Cloisters, tomb of Edward II and the Lady Chapel.
15:30Crypt Tour Descend the steps from the South Transept to discover the hidden subterranean level of the Cathedral. This is where you’ll find remains of the very earliest parts of the building.
17:30Choral EvensongCome and join us for one of our oldest and richest traditions. Intimate worship and beautiful music for all. On Thursdays during term time Evensong is sung by the Cathedral Youth Choir
Friday 4th October 2019 08:00Holy CommunionJoin us to break bread and share wine in Jesus' name.
08:30Morning PrayerLift your spirits for the day by joining us for a short service of intimate prayer.
10:30Highlights Tour Enjoy a guided tour of the Cathedral including the Cloisters, tomb of Edward II and the Lady Chapel.
11:00Highlights Tour Enjoy a guided tour of the Cathedral including the Cloisters, tomb of Edward II and the Lady Chapel.
11:30Crypt TourDescend the steps from the South Transept to discover the hidden subterranean level of the Cathedral. This is where you’ll find remains of the very earliest parts of the building.
12:00Highlights Tour Enjoy a guided tour of the Cathedral including the Cloisters, tomb of Edward II and the Lady Chapel.
12:30Lunchtime Holy CommunionAn opportunity to take a break from your busy day and join us in the breaking of bread and sharing of wine in Jesus' name.
12:30Crypt TourDescend the steps from the South Transept to discover the hidden subterranean level of the Cathedral. This is where you’ll find remains of the very earliest parts of the building.
13:30Crypt TourDescend the steps from the South Transept to discover the hidden subterranean level of the Cathedral. This is where you’ll find remains of the very earliest parts of the building.
13:30Highlights Tour Enjoy a guided tour of the Cathedral including the Cloisters, tomb of Edward II and the Lady Chapel.
14:00Highlights Tour Enjoy a guided tour of the Cathedral including the Cloisters, tomb of Edward II and the Lady Chapel.
14:30Crypt TourDescend the steps from the South Transept to discover the hidden subterranean level of the Cathedral. This is where you’ll find remains of the very earliest parts of the building.
14:30Tower TourWhy not join one of our Tower Tours? When you get to the top of the winding medieval spiral staircase you’ll discover that it was worth the effort as you enjoy a breath taking view from the roof - on a clear day you can see forty miles across the glorious Gloucestershire countryside. On the way up you will visit the ringing chamber and the bell chamber where you’ll see ‘Great Peter’ the only medieval bell of its size remaining in England. Please be aware that there is no facility to leave bags, so visitors must keep their belongings to a minimum, and remain responsible for them at all times. Sensible footwear is recommended.
15:00Highlights Tour Enjoy a guided tour of the Cathedral including the Cloisters, tomb of Edward II and the Lady Chapel.
15:30Crypt Tour Descend the steps from the South Transept to discover the hidden subterranean level of the Cathedral. This is where you’ll find remains of the very earliest parts of the building.
16:30FOGC Lecture: The Stained Glass of Tom DennyTea and cake in the Chapter House at 4.30pm followed by a talk at 6.30pm in the Lady Chapel. There is an opportunity to attend Evensong at 5.30pm if wished. A talk by Adrian Barlow on the stained glass of Tom Denny.Adrian regards Tom Denny’s stained glass as “the most exciting achievement in recent ecclesiastical art in Britain”.Gloucester Cathedral is fortunate to have Denny’s glass memorials to the composers Gerald Finzi and Ivor Gurney in the Lady Chapel as well as his beautiful earlier work in the St Thomas Chapel in the South Ambulatory. Tickets: FOGC Members - £10, Non-Members and Guests - £15 (plus £1 to cover P&P if applicable) from the Friends Office, 11a College Green, Gloucester, GL1 2LX (open Tues and Thurs 9.30am - 12.30pm, cash or cheque only, details for direct bank transfers can be provided on request). Tel: 01452 522419, Email: office.administrator@fogc.co.uk Booking deadline – 19 September
17:30Choral EvensongCome and join us for one of our oldest and richest traditions. Intimate worship and beautiful music for all. On Fridays during term time Evensong is sung by the Cathedral Choir
Saturday 5th October 2019 08:00Holy CommunionJoin us to break bread and share wine in Jesus' name.
08:30Morning PrayerLift your spirits for the day by joining us for a short spoken service of intimate prayer.
12:30Lunchtime Holy CommunionAn opportunity to take a break from your busy day and join us for a short lunchtime service.
13:30Tower TourWhy not join one of our Tower Tours? When you get to the top of the winding medieval spiral staircase you’ll discover that it was worth the effort as you enjoy a breath taking view from the roof - on a clear day you can see forty miles across the glorious Gloucestershire countryside. On the way up you will visit the ringing chamber and the bell chamber where you’ll see ‘Great Peter’ the only medieval bell of its size remaining in England. Please be aware that there is no facility to leave bags, so visitors must keep their belongings to a minimum, and remain responsible for them at all times. Sensible footwear is recommended.
15:30Admission and Licensing of Readers EucharistLicensing of those who’ve been training for Reader ministry in the Diocese of Gloucester. All are warmly invited to attend this special service
Sunday 6th October 2019 07:40Morning Prayer Lift your spirits for the day by joining us for a short spoken service of intimate prayer.
08:00Holy CommunionJoin us in the breaking of bread and sharing of wine in Jesus' name.
10:15Sung EucharistSung Eucharist with Children's Church. One of our most popular services. Come along, everyone is welcome.
12:00Highlights Tour Enjoy a guided tour of the Cathedral including the Cloisters, tomb of Edward II and the Lady Chapel.
12:30Crypt TourDescend the steps from the South Transept to discover the hidden subterranean level of the Cathedral. This is where you’ll find remains of the very earliest parts of the building.
13:30Crypt TourDescend the steps from the South Transept to discover the hidden subterranean level of the Cathedral. This is where you’ll find remains of the very earliest parts of the building.
15:00County Harvest Thanksgiving ServiceCounty Harvest Thanksgiving Service All are welcome to give thanks for the gift of God's creations. This service replaces Choral Evensong.
Monday 7th October 2019 08:00Holy CommunionJoin us to break bread and share wine in Jesus' name.
08:30Morning PrayerLift your spirits for the day by joining us for a short spoken service of intimate prayer.
10:30Highlights Tour Enjoy a guided tour of the Cathedral including the Cloisters, tomb of Edward II and the Lady Chapel.
11:00Highlights Tour Enjoy a guided tour of the Cathedral including the Cloisters, tomb of Edward II and the Lady Chapel.
11:30Crypt TourDescend the steps from the South Transept to discover the hidden subterranean level of the Cathedral. This is where you’ll find remains of the very earliest parts of the building.
12:00Highlights Tour Enjoy a guided tour of the Cathedral including the Cloisters, tomb of Edward II and the Lady Chapel.
12:30Lunchtime Holy CommunionAn opportunity to take a break from your busy day and join us for a short lunchtime service.
12:30Crypt TourDescend the steps from the South Transept to discover the hidden subterranean level of the Cathedral. This is where you’ll find remains of the very earliest parts of the building.
13:30Crypt TourDescend the steps from the South Transept to discover the hidden subterranean level of the Cathedral. This is where you’ll find remains of the very earliest parts of the building.
13:30Highlights Tour Enjoy a guided tour of the Cathedral including the Cloisters, tomb of Edward II and the Lady Chapel.
13:30War in Mind: Performance in the Lady ChapelThis powerful performance looks at the lives of real people affected by shell shock in the First World War and contemporary PTSD sufferers Promoting Mental Health and Homelessness Awareness. Suitable for ages 10+. Tickets £10. Check the Cathedral website for how to book. Details to follow.
14:00Highlights Tour Enjoy a guided tour of the Cathedral including the Cloisters, tomb of Edward II and the Lady Chapel.
14:30Crypt TourDescend the steps from the South Transept to discover the hidden subterranean level of the Cathedral. This is where you’ll find remains of the very earliest parts of the building.
15:00Highlights Tour Enjoy a guided tour of the Cathedral including the Cloisters, tomb of Edward II and the Lady Chapel.
15:30Crypt Tour Descend the steps from the South Transept to discover the hidden subterranean level of the Cathedral. This is where you’ll find remains of the very earliest parts of the building.
17:30Choral EvensongCome and join us for one of our oldest and richest traditions. Intimate worship and beautiful music for all. Evensong is sung by the Girl Choristers on Mondays during term time.
19:00War in Mind: Performance in the Lady ChapelThis powerful performance looks at the lives of real people affected by shell shock in the First World War and contemporary PTSD sufferers Promoting Mental Health and Homelessness Awareness. Suitable for ages 10+. Tickets £10. Check the Cathedral website for how to book. Details to follow.
Tuesday 8th October 2019 08:00Holy CommunionJoin us to break bread and share wine in Jesus' name.
08:30Morning PrayerLift your spirits for the day by joining us for a short spoken service of intimate prayer.
10:30Highlights Tour Enjoy a guided tour of the Cathedral including the Cloisters, tomb of Edward II and the Lady Chapel.
11:00Highlights Tour Enjoy a guided tour of the Cathedral including the Cloisters, tomb of Edward II and the Lady Chapel.
11:30Crypt TourDescend the steps from the South Transept to discover the hidden subterranean level of the Cathedral. This is where you’ll find remains of the very earliest parts of the building.
12:00Highlights Tour Enjoy a guided tour of the Cathedral including the Cloisters, tomb of Edward II and the Lady Chapel.
12:30Lunchtime Holy CommunionAn opportunity to take a break from your busy day and join us for a short lunchtime service.
12:30Crypt TourDescend the steps from the South Transept to discover the hidden subterranean level of the Cathedral. This is where you’ll find remains of the very earliest parts of the building.
13:30Crypt TourDescend the steps from the South Transept to discover the hidden subterranean level of the Cathedral. This is where you’ll find remains of the very earliest parts of the building.
13:30Highlights Tour Enjoy a guided tour of the Cathedral including the Cloisters, tomb of Edward II and the Lady Chapel.
14:00Highlights Tour Enjoy a guided tour of the Cathedral including the Cloisters, tomb of Edward II and the Lady Chapel.
14:30Crypt TourDescend the steps from the South Transept to discover the hidden subterranean level of the Cathedral. This is where you’ll find remains of the very earliest parts of the building.
15:00Highlights Tour Enjoy a guided tour of the Cathedral including the Cloisters, tomb of Edward II and the Lady Chapel.
15:30Crypt Tour Descend the steps from the South Transept to discover the hidden subterranean level of the Cathedral. This is where you’ll find remains of the very earliest parts of the building.
17:30Choral EvensongCome and join us for one of our oldest and richest traditions. Intimate worship and beautiful music for all. On Tuesdays during term time Evensong is sung by the Cathedral Choir
Wednesday 9th October 2019 08:00Holy CommunionJoin us to break bread and share wine in Jesus' name.
08:30Morning PrayerLift your spirits for the day by joining us for a short spoken service of intimate prayer.
10:30Highlights Tour Enjoy a guided tour of the Cathedral including the Cloisters, tomb of Edward II and the Lady Chapel.
11:00Highlights Tour Enjoy a guided tour of the Cathedral including the Cloisters, tomb of Edward II and the Lady Chapel.
12:00Highlights Tour Enjoy a guided tour of the Cathedral including the Cloisters, tomb of Edward II and the Lady Chapel.
12:30Lunchtime Holy CommunionAn opportunity to take a break from your busy day and join us for a short lunchtime service.
12:30Crypt TourDescend the steps from the South Transept to discover the hidden subterranean level of the Cathedral. This is where you’ll find remains of the very earliest parts of the building.
13:30Crypt TourDescend the steps from the South Transept to discover the hidden subterranean level of the Cathedral. This is where you’ll find remains of the very earliest parts of the building.
13:30Highlights Tour Enjoy a guided tour of the Cathedral including the Cloisters, tomb of Edward II and the Lady Chapel.
14:00Highlights Tour Enjoy a guided tour of the Cathedral including the Cloisters, tomb of Edward II and the Lady Chapel.
14:30Crypt TourDescend the steps from the South Transept to discover the hidden subterranean level of the Cathedral. This is where you’ll find remains of the very earliest parts of the building.
14:30Tower TourWhy not join one of our Tower Tours? When you get to the top of the winding medieval spiral staircase you’ll discover that it was worth the effort as you enjoy a breath taking view from the roof - on a clear day you can see forty miles across the glorious Gloucestershire countryside. On the way up you will visit the ringing chamber and the bell chamber where you’ll see ‘Great Peter’ the only medieval bell of its size remaining in England. Please be aware that there is no facility to leave bags, so visitors must keep their belongings to a minimum, and remain responsible for them at all times. Sensible footwear is recommended.
15:00Highlights Tour Enjoy a guided tour of the Cathedral including the Cloisters, tomb of Edward II and the Lady Chapel.
15:30Crypt Tour Descend the steps from the South Transept to discover the hidden subterranean level of the Cathedral. This is where you’ll find remains of the very earliest parts of the building.
17:30Choral EvensongCome and join us for one of our oldest and richest traditions. Intimate worship and beautiful music for all. On Wednesdays during term time Evensong is sung by the Cathedral Choir
19:30Evening Organ Recital Peter King Organist Emeritus, Bath Abbey Admission free with retiring collection in aid of Cathedral Music
Thursday 10th October 2019 08:00Holy CommunionJoin us to break bread and share wine in Jesus' name.
08:30Morning PrayerLift your spirits for the day by joining us for a short spoken service of intimate prayer.
10:00NHS Gloucestershire Information BusGloucester Cathedral Green In support of World Mental Health Day, the NHS Gloucestershire Clinical Commissioning Group’s Information Bus will take up residence on Cathedral Green. The Bus aims to offer information and activities which support self-care, health and wellbeing across the communities of Gloucestershire. You are warmly invited to drop by to visit the bus, meet the team throughout the day.
10:30Highlights Tour Enjoy a guided tour of the Cathedral including the Cloisters, tomb of Edward II and the Lady Chapel.
11:00Highlights Tour Enjoy a guided tour of the Cathedral including the Cloisters, tomb of Edward II and the Lady Chapel.
11:30Crypt TourDescend the steps from the South Transept to discover the hidden subterranean level of the Cathedral. This is where you’ll find remains of the very earliest parts of the building.
12:00Highlights Tour Enjoy a guided tour of the Cathedral including the Cloisters, tomb of Edward II and the Lady Chapel.
12:30Lunchtime Holy CommunionAn opportunity to take a break from your busy day and join us for a short lunchtime service.
12:30Crypt TourDescend the steps from the South Transept to discover the hidden subterranean level of the Cathedral. This is where you’ll find remains of the very earliest parts of the building.
13:30Stone Cold 2Performance Art in Gloucester Cathedral Crypt Directed by Gillian Yates Gloucester Cathedral marks World Homeless Day and World Mental Health Day with exclusive performances of Stone Cold 2 – an emotive and enchanting sound and movement piece exploring loneliness and homelessness. Stone Cold 2 has been developed and performed by Performance Art Graduates from the University of Gloucestershire alongside professional artists as part of the Cathedral’s Youth Engagement Programme. Tickets are free but must be booked in advance. Donations to Cloister Challenge (a HAVING event) are welcome.
13:30Highlights Tour Enjoy a guided tour of the Cathedral including the Cloisters, tomb of Edward II and the Lady Chapel.
14:00Highlights Tour Enjoy a guided tour of the Cathedral including the Cloisters, tomb of Edward II and the Lady Chapel.
14:30Crypt TourDescend the steps from the South Transept to discover the hidden subterranean level of the Cathedral. This is where you’ll find remains of the very earliest parts of the building.
14:30Tower TourWhy not join one of our Tower Tours? When you get to the top of the winding medieval spiral staircase you’ll discover that it was worth the effort as you enjoy a breath taking view from the roof - on a clear day you can see forty miles across the glorious Gloucestershire countryside. On the way up you will visit the ringing chamber and the bell chamber where you’ll see ‘Great Peter’ the only medieval bell of its size remaining in England. Please be aware that there is no facility to leave bags, so visitors must keep their belongings to a minimum, and remain responsible for them at all times. Sensible footwear is recommended.
15:00Highlights Tour Enjoy a guided tour of the Cathedral including the Cloisters, tomb of Edward II and the Lady Chapel.
15:30Crypt Tour Descend the steps from the South Transept to discover the hidden subterranean level of the Cathedral. This is where you’ll find remains of the very earliest parts of the building.
17:30Choral EvensongCome and join us for one of our oldest and richest traditions. Intimate worship and beautiful music for all. On Thursdays during term time Evensong is sung by the Cathedral Youth Choir
19:00Stone Cold 2Performance Art in Gloucester Cathedral Crypt Directed by Gillian Yates Gloucester Cathedral marks World Homeless Day and World Mental Health Day with exclusive performances of Stone Cold 2 – an emotive and enchanting sound and movement piece exploring loneliness and homelessness. Stone Cold 2 has been developed and performed by Performance Art Graduates from the University of Gloucestershire alongside professional artists as part of the Cathedral’s Youth Engagement Programme. Tickets are free but must be booked in advance. Donations to Cloister Challenge (a HAVING event) are welcome.
Friday 11th October 2019 My WI, Your WI: Women’s Institute Exhibition Over 65 WI members will have individual painting, photography and embroidery displays around the Cathedral Cloisters. Federation displays will be situated around the Cathedral including two Gloucestershire wall hangings created by members of Twyver and Lydney.
08:00Holy CommunionJoin us to break bread and share wine in Jesus' name.
08:30Morning PrayerLift your spirits for the day by joining us for a short service of intimate prayer.
10:30Highlights Tour Enjoy a guided tour of the Cathedral including the Cloisters, tomb of Edward II and the Lady Chapel.
11:00Highlights Tour Enjoy a guided tour of the Cathedral including the Cloisters, tomb of Edward II and the Lady Chapel.
11:30Crypt TourDescend the steps from the South Transept to discover the hidden subterranean level of the Cathedral. This is where you’ll find remains of the very earliest parts of the building.
12:00Highlights Tour Enjoy a guided tour of the Cathedral including the Cloisters, tomb of Edward II and the Lady Chapel.
12:30Lunchtime Holy CommunionAn opportunity to take a break from your busy day and join us in the breaking of bread and sharing of wine in Jesus' name.
12:30Crypt TourDescend the steps from the South Transept to discover the hidden subterranean level of the Cathedral. This is where you’ll find remains of the very earliest parts of the building.
13:30Crypt TourDescend the steps from the South Transept to discover the hidden subterranean level of the Cathedral. This is where you’ll find remains of the very earliest parts of the building.
13:30Highlights Tour Enjoy a guided tour of the Cathedral including the Cloisters, tomb of Edward II and the Lady Chapel.
14:00Highlights Tour Enjoy a guided tour of the Cathedral including the Cloisters, tomb of Edward II and the Lady Chapel.
14:30Crypt TourDescend the steps from the South Transept to discover the hidden subterranean level of the Cathedral. This is where you’ll find remains of the very earliest parts of the building.
14:30Tower TourWhy not join one of our Tower Tours? When you get to the top of the winding medieval spiral staircase you’ll discover that it was worth the effort as you enjoy a breath taking view from the roof - on a clear day you can see forty miles across the glorious Gloucestershire countryside. On the way up you will visit the ringing chamber and the bell chamber where you’ll see ‘Great Peter’ the only medieval bell of its size remaining in England. Please be aware that there is no facility to leave bags, so visitors must keep their belongings to a minimum, and remain responsible for them at all times. Sensible footwear is recommended.
15:00Highlights Tour Enjoy a guided tour of the Cathedral including the Cloisters, tomb of Edward II and the Lady Chapel.
15:30Crypt Tour Descend the steps from the South Transept to discover the hidden subterranean level of the Cathedral. This is where you’ll find remains of the very earliest parts of the building.
17:30Choral EvensongCome and join us for one of our oldest and richest traditions. Intimate worship and beautiful music for all. On Fridays during term time Evensong is sung by the Cathedral Choir
Saturday 12th October 2019 My WI, Your WI: Women’s Institute Exhibition Over 65 WI members will have individual painting, photography and embroidery displays around the Cathedral Cloisters. Federation displays will be situated around the Cathedral including two Gloucestershire wall hangings created by members of Twyver and Lydney.
08:00Holy CommunionJoin us to break bread and share wine in Jesus' name.
08:30Morning PrayerLift your spirits for the day by joining us for a short spoken service of intimate prayer.
12:30Lunchtime Holy CommunionAn opportunity to take a break from your busy day and join us for a short lunchtime service.
13:30Crypt TourDescend the steps from the South Transept to discover the hidden subterranean level of the Cathedral. This is where you’ll find remains of the very earliest parts of the building.
13:30Tower TourWhy not join one of our Tower Tours? When you get to the top of the winding medieval spiral staircase you’ll discover that it was worth the effort as you enjoy a breath taking view from the roof - on a clear day you can see forty miles across the glorious Gloucestershire countryside. On the way up you will visit the ringing chamber and the bell chamber where you’ll see ‘Great Peter’ the only medieval bell of its size remaining in England. Please be aware that there is no facility to leave bags, so visitors must keep their belongings to a minimum, and remain responsible for them at all times. Sensible footwear is recommended.
13:30Highlights Tour Enjoy a guided tour of the Cathedral including the Cloisters, tomb of Edward II and the Lady Chapel.
14:00Highlights Tour Enjoy a guided tour of the Cathedral including the Cloisters, tomb of Edward II and the Lady Chapel.
14:30Crypt TourDescend the steps from the South Transept to discover the hidden subterranean level of the Cathedral. This is where you’ll find remains of the very earliest parts of the building.
14:30Tower TourWhy not join one of our Tower Tours? When you get to the top of the winding medieval spiral staircase you’ll discover that it was worth the effort as you enjoy a breath taking view from the roof - on a clear day you can see forty miles across the glorious Gloucestershire countryside. On the way up you will visit the ringing chamber and the bell chamber where you’ll see ‘Great Peter’ the only medieval bell of its size remaining in England. Please be aware that there is no facility to leave bags, so visitors must keep their belongings to a minimum, and remain responsible for them at all times. Sensible footwear is recommended.
15:30Crypt Tour Descend the steps from the South Transept to discover the hidden subterranean level of the Cathedral. This is where you’ll find remains of the very earliest parts of the building.
16:30Choral EvensongCome and join us for one of our oldest and richest traditions. Intimate worship and beautiful music for all. On Saturdays during term time Evensong is sung by the Cathedral Choir
Sunday 13th October 2019 My WI, Your WI: Women’s Institute Exhibition Over 65 WI members will have individual painting, photography and embroidery displays around the Cathedral Cloisters. Federation displays will be situated around the Cathedral including two Gloucestershire wall hangings created by members of Twyver and Lydney.
07:40Morning Prayer Lift your spirits for the day by joining us for a short spoken service of intimate prayer.
08:00Holy CommunionJoin us in the breaking of bread and sharing of wine in Jesus' name.
10:15Sung EucharistSung Eucharist with Children's Church. One of our most popular services. Come along, everyone is welcome.
12:00Highlights Tour Enjoy a guided tour of the Cathedral including the Cloisters, tomb of Edward II and the Lady Chapel.
12:30Crypt TourDescend the steps from the South Transept to discover the hidden subterranean level of the Cathedral. This is where you’ll find remains of the very earliest parts of the building.
13:30Crypt TourDescend the steps from the South Transept to discover the hidden subterranean level of the Cathedral. This is where you’ll find remains of the very earliest parts of the building.
15:00Evening PrayerAll are welcome to join us.
Monday 14th October 2019 08:00Holy CommunionJoin us to break bread and share wine in Jesus' name.
08:30Morning PrayerLift your spirits for the day by joining us for a short spoken service of intimate prayer.
10:30Highlights Tour Enjoy a guided tour of the Cathedral including the Cloisters, tomb of Edward II and the Lady Chapel.
11:00Highlights Tour Enjoy a guided tour of the Cathedral including the Cloisters, tomb of Edward II and the Lady Chapel.
11:30Crypt TourDescend the steps from the South Transept to discover the hidden subterranean level of the Cathedral. This is where you’ll find remains of the very earliest parts of the building.
12:00Highlights Tour Enjoy a guided tour of the Cathedral including the Cloisters, tomb of Edward II and the Lady Chapel.
12:30Lunchtime Holy CommunionAn opportunity to take a break from your busy day and join us for a short lunchtime service.
12:30Crypt TourDescend the steps from the South Transept to discover the hidden subterranean level of the Cathedral. This is where you’ll find remains of the very earliest parts of the building.
13:30Crypt TourDescend the steps from the South Transept to discover the hidden subterranean level of the Cathedral. This is where you’ll find remains of the very earliest parts of the building.
13:30Highlights Tour Enjoy a guided tour of the Cathedral including the Cloisters, tomb of Edward II and the Lady Chapel.
14:00Highlights Tour Enjoy a guided tour of the Cathedral including the Cloisters, tomb of Edward II and the Lady Chapel.
14:30Crypt TourDescend the steps from the South Transept to discover the hidden subterranean level of the Cathedral. This is where you’ll find remains of the very earliest parts of the building.
15:00Highlights Tour Enjoy a guided tour of the Cathedral including the Cloisters, tomb of Edward II and the Lady Chapel.
15:30Crypt Tour Descend the steps from the South Transept to discover the hidden subterranean level of the Cathedral. This is where you’ll find remains of the very earliest parts of the building.
17:30Choral EvensongCome and join us for one of our oldest and richest traditions. Intimate worship and beautiful music for all. Evensong is sung by the Girl Choristers on Mondays during term time.
Tuesday 15th October 2019 08:00Holy CommunionJoin us to break bread and share wine in Jesus' name.
08:30Morning PrayerLift your spirits for the day by joining us for a short spoken service of intimate prayer.
10:30Highlights Tour Enjoy a guided tour of the Cathedral including the Cloisters, tomb of Edward II and the Lady Chapel.
11:00Highlights Tour Enjoy a guided tour of the Cathedral including the Cloisters, tomb of Edward II and the Lady Chapel.
11:30Crypt TourDescend the steps from the South Transept to discover the hidden subterranean level of the Cathedral. This is where you’ll find remains of the very earliest parts of the building.
12:00Highlights Tour Enjoy a guided tour of the Cathedral including the Cloisters, tomb of Edward II and the Lady Chapel.
12:30Lunchtime Holy CommunionAn opportunity to take a break from your busy day and join us for a short lunchtime service.
12:30Crypt TourDescend the steps from the South Transept to discover the hidden subterranean level of the Cathedral. This is where you’ll find remains of the very earliest parts of the building.
13:30Crypt TourDescend the steps from the South Transept to discover the hidden subterranean level of the Cathedral. This is where you’ll find remains of the very earliest parts of the building.
13:30Highlights Tour Enjoy a guided tour of the Cathedral including the Cloisters, tomb of Edward II and the Lady Chapel.
14:00Highlights Tour Enjoy a guided tour of the Cathedral including the Cloisters, tomb of Edward II and the Lady Chapel.
14:30Crypt TourDescend the steps from the South Transept to discover the hidden subterranean level of the Cathedral. This is where you’ll find remains of the very earliest parts of the building.
15:00Highlights Tour Enjoy a guided tour of the Cathedral including the Cloisters, tomb of Edward II and the Lady Chapel.
15:30Crypt Tour Descend the steps from the South Transept to discover the hidden subterranean level of the Cathedral. This is where you’ll find remains of the very earliest parts of the building.
17:30Evensong under the MoonEvensong in the Nave as part of the Museum under the Moon exhibition.
Wednesday 16th October 2019 08:00Holy CommunionJoin us to break bread and share wine in Jesus' name.
08:30Morning PrayerLift your spirits for the day by joining us for a short spoken service of intimate prayer.
10:00Creative Prayer Stations on a Moon and Environment theme10.00am – 4.00pm Monday to Saturday 11.45am - 4.00pm Sunday An additional opportunity to engage spiritually with the Museum of the Moon will be provided in the South Transept. A combination of art materials, words and images are available for visitors to explore in personal reflection.
10:00Museum of the Moon Exhibition - OPEN (Last entry) 4.30pmMuseum of the Moon takes up residence in the Nave of Gloucester Cathedral In the year that marks the 50th anniversary of the moon landing, wonder at Luke Jerram’s internally lit replica of the moon as it floats in the nave of Gloucester Cathedral. Experience the exquisite detail of the lunar surface and accompanying atmospheric soundscapes.
10:30Highlights Tour Enjoy a guided tour of the Cathedral including the Cloisters, tomb of Edward II and the Lady Chapel.
11:00Highlights Tour Enjoy a guided tour of the Cathedral including the Cloisters, tomb of Edward II and the Lady Chapel.
11:30Crypt Tour Descend the steps from the South Transept to discover the hidden subterranean level of the Cathedral. This is where you’ll find remains of the very earliest parts of the building.
12:00Highlights Tour Enjoy a guided tour of the Cathedral including the Cloisters, tomb of Edward II and the Lady Chapel.
12:30Lunchtime Holy CommunionAn opportunity to take a break from your busy day and join us for a short lunchtime service.
12:30Crypt TourDescend the steps from the South Transept to discover the hidden subterranean level of the Cathedral. This is where you’ll find remains of the very earliest parts of the building.
13:30Crypt TourDescend the steps from the South Transept to discover the hidden subterranean level of the Cathedral. This is where you’ll find remains of the very earliest parts of the building.
13:30Highlights Tour Enjoy a guided tour of the Cathedral including the Cloisters, tomb of Edward II and the Lady Chapel.
14:00Highlights Tour Enjoy a guided tour of the Cathedral including the Cloisters, tomb of Edward II and the Lady Chapel.
14:30Crypt TourDescend the steps from the South Transept to discover the hidden subterranean level of the Cathedral. This is where you’ll find remains of the very earliest parts of the building.
14:30Tower TourWhy not join one of our Tower Tours? When you get to the top of the winding medieval spiral staircase you’ll discover that it was worth the effort as you enjoy a breath taking view from the roof - on a clear day you can see forty miles across the glorious Gloucestershire countryside. On the way up you will visit the ringing chamber and the bell chamber where you’ll see ‘Great Peter’ the only medieval bell of its size remaining in England. Please be aware that there is no facility to leave bags, so visitors must keep their belongings to a minimum, and remain responsible for them at all times. Sensible footwear is recommended.
15:00Highlights Tour Enjoy a guided tour of the Cathedral including the Cloisters, tomb of Edward II and the Lady Chapel.
15:30Crypt Tour Descend the steps from the South Transept to discover the hidden subterranean level of the Cathedral. This is where you’ll find remains of the very earliest parts of the building.
17:30Evensong with Installation of Canons
18:30Museum of the Moon - Late Night Opening (last entry 9.00pm)Wednesday 16 October Thursday 24 & Friday 25 October Thursday 31 October & Friday 1 November Saturday 2 November A magical opportunity for late night viewing to experience the wonder of the moon under the cover of darkness and the spectacle of the Cathedral Nave bathed in moonlight. The accompanying atmospheric soundtrack created by BAFTA and Ivor Novello winning composer Dan Jones can also be enjoyed during these special evening openings. There will be no access to East Cloister Walk on Saturday 2 November due to a Guitar Concert in the Chapter House
19:00Goodall “Eternal Light”Lady Chapel Conductor: Jonathan Hope Youth singers and dancers from St Peter’s High School, Ribston Hall High School and Denmark Road High School, in collaboration with members of Gloucester Choral Society and University of Gloucestershire, perform highlights from Howard Goodall’s “Eternal Light”, accompanied by Gaudeamus Youth Strings. Tickets £5 (under 12s free) to include a glass of wine/soft drink, available from 01452 768928 or at www.3choirs.org
Thursday 17th October 2019 08:00Holy CommunionJoin us to break bread and share wine in Jesus' name.
08:30Morning PrayerLift your spirits for the day by joining us for a short spoken service of intimate prayer.
10:00Creative Prayer Stations on a Moon and Environment theme10.00am – 4.00pm Monday to Saturday 11.45am - 4.00pm Sunday An additional opportunity to engage spiritually with the Museum of the Moon will be provided in the South Transept. A combination of art materials, words and images are available for visitors to explore in personal reflection.
10:00Museum of the Moon Exhibition - OPEN (Last entry) 4.30pmMuseum of the Moon takes up residence in the Nave of Gloucester Cathedral In the year that marks the 50th anniversary of the moon landing, wonder at Luke Jerram’s internally lit replica of the moon as it floats in the nave of Gloucester Cathedral. Experience the exquisite detail of the lunar surface and accompanying atmospheric soundscapes.
10:00Dedicated Quieter Time for Moon ViewingMondays to Saturdays (starting Thursday 17 October) Recommended for those with sensory sensitivities who enjoy a quiet and calming experience.
10:30Highlights Tour Enjoy a guided tour of the Cathedral including the Cloisters, tomb of Edward II and the Lady Chapel.
11:00Highlights Tour Enjoy a guided tour of the Cathedral including the Cloisters, tomb of Edward II and the Lady Chapel.
11:30Crypt TourDescend the steps from the South Transept to discover the hidden subterranean level of the Cathedral. This is where you’ll find remains of the very earliest parts of the building.
12:00Highlights Tour Enjoy a guided tour of the Cathedral including the Cloisters, tomb of Edward II and the Lady Chapel.
12:30Lunchtime Holy CommunionAn opportunity to take a break from your busy day and join us for a short lunchtime service.
12:30Crypt TourDescend the steps from the South Transept to discover the hidden subterranean level of the Cathedral. This is where you’ll find remains of the very earliest parts of the building.
13:30Crypt TourDescend the steps from the South Transept to discover the hidden subterranean level of the Cathedral. This is where you’ll find remains of the very earliest parts of the building.
13:30Highlights Tour Enjoy a guided tour of the Cathedral including the Cloisters, tomb of Edward II and the Lady Chapel.
14:00Highlights Tour Enjoy a guided tour of the Cathedral including the Cloisters, tomb of Edward II and the Lady Chapel.
14:30Crypt TourDescend the steps from the South Transept to discover the hidden subterranean level of the Cathedral. This is where you’ll find remains of the very earliest parts of the building.
14:30Tower TourWhy not join one of our Tower Tours? When you get to the top of the winding medieval spiral staircase you’ll discover that it was worth the effort as you enjoy a breath taking view from the roof - on a clear day you can see forty miles across the glorious Gloucestershire countryside. On the way up you will visit the ringing chamber and the bell chamber where you’ll see ‘Great Peter’ the only medieval bell of its size remaining in England. Please be aware that there is no facility to leave bags, so visitors must keep their belongings to a minimum, and remain responsible for them at all times. Sensible footwear is recommended.
15:00Highlights Tour Enjoy a guided tour of the Cathedral including the Cloisters, tomb of Edward II and the Lady Chapel.
15:30Crypt Tour Descend the steps from the South Transept to discover the hidden subterranean level of the Cathedral. This is where you’ll find remains of the very earliest parts of the building.
17:30Choral EvensongCome and join us for one of our oldest and richest traditions. Intimate worship and beautiful music for all. On Thursdays during term time Evensong is sung by the Cathedral Youth Choir
19:00FOGC: Museum of the Moon and TalkFriends of Gloucester Cathedral: Museum of the Moon and talk celebrating 50 years since the Moon landing 7.00pm start (talk) followed by drinks To coincide with the installation of Museum of the Moon the Friends of Gloucester Cathedral will be hosting an exclusive evening viewing with a special lecture to celebrate fifty years since the Apollo Moon Landing. Dr Peter Cadogan, lunar scientist and author of The Moon - Our Sister Planet,developing computer software for counting craters in images returned from the Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter satellite. The talk will not be too technical! Tickets: FOGC Members - £15, Non-Members and Guests - £17.50 (plus £1 to cover P&P if applicable) from the Friends Office, 11a College Green, Gloucester, GL1 2LX (open Tues and Thurs 09.30am – 12.30pm, cash or cheque only, details for direct bank transfers can be provided on request). Tel: 01452 522419, Email: office.administrator@fogc.co.uk Booking deadline – 3 October
Friday 18th October 2019 08:00Holy CommunionJoin us to break bread and share wine in Jesus' name.
08:30Morning PrayerLift your spirits for the day by joining us for a short service of intimate prayer.
10:00Creative Prayer Stations on a Moon and Environment theme10.00am – 4.00pm Monday to Saturday 11.45am - 4.00pm Sunday An additional opportunity to engage spiritually with the Museum of the Moon will be provided in the South Transept. A combination of art materials, words and images are available for visitors to explore in personal reflection.
10:00Museum of the Moon Exhibition - OPEN (Last entry) 4.30pmMuseum of the Moon takes up residence in the Nave of Gloucester Cathedral In the year that marks the 50th anniversary of the moon landing, wonder at Luke Jerram’s internally lit replica of the moon as it floats in the nave of Gloucester Cathedral. Experience the exquisite detail of the lunar surface and accompanying atmospheric soundscapes.
10:00Dedicated Quieter Time for Moon ViewingMondays to Saturdays (starting Thursday 17 October) Recommended for those with sensory sensitivities who enjoy a quiet and calming experience.
10:30Highlights Tour Enjoy a guided tour of the Cathedral including the Cloisters, tomb of Edward II and the Lady Chapel.
11:00Highlights Tour Enjoy a guided tour of the Cathedral including the Cloisters, tomb of Edward II and the Lady Chapel.
11:30Crypt TourDescend the steps from the South Transept to discover the hidden subterranean level of the Cathedral. This is where you’ll find remains of the very earliest parts of the building.
12:00Highlights Tour Enjoy a guided tour of the Cathedral including the Cloisters, tomb of Edward II and the Lady Chapel.
12:30Lunchtime Holy CommunionAn opportunity to take a break from your busy day and join us in the breaking of bread and sharing of wine in Jesus' name.
12:30Crypt TourDescend the steps from the South Transept to discover the hidden subterranean level of the Cathedral. This is where you’ll find remains of the very earliest parts of the building.
13:30Crypt TourDescend the steps from the South Transept to discover the hidden subterranean level of the Cathedral. This is where you’ll find remains of the very earliest parts of the building.
13:30Highlights Tour Enjoy a guided tour of the Cathedral including the Cloisters, tomb of Edward II and the Lady Chapel.
14:00Highlights Tour Enjoy a guided tour of the Cathedral including the Cloisters, tomb of Edward II and the Lady Chapel.
14:30Crypt TourDescend the steps from the South Transept to discover the hidden subterranean level of the Cathedral. This is where you’ll find remains of the very earliest parts of the building.
14:30Tower TourWhy not join one of our Tower Tours? When you get to the top of the winding medieval spiral staircase you’ll discover that it was worth the effort as you enjoy a breath taking view from the roof - on a clear day you can see forty miles across the glorious Gloucestershire countryside. On the way up you will visit the ringing chamber and the bell chamber where you’ll see ‘Great Peter’ the only medieval bell of its size remaining in England. Please be aware that there is no facility to leave bags, so visitors must keep their belongings to a minimum, and remain responsible for them at all times. Sensible footwear is recommended.
15:00Highlights Tour Enjoy a guided tour of the Cathedral including the Cloisters, tomb of Edward II and the Lady Chapel.
15:30Crypt Tour Descend the steps from the South Transept to discover the hidden subterranean level of the Cathedral. This is where you’ll find remains of the very earliest parts of the building.
17:30Choral EvensongCome and join us for one of our oldest and richest traditions. Intimate worship and beautiful music for all. On Fridays during term time Evensong is sung by the Cathedral Choir
Saturday 19th October 2019 08:00Holy CommunionJoin us to break bread and share wine in Jesus' name.
08:30Morning PrayerLift your spirits for the day by joining us for a short spoken service of intimate prayer.
09:30Brunch & BounceWelcome to Brunch and Bounce, a fun and relaxed get together - open to all - and with a bouncy castle and crafts for the children to enjoy! Join us in the Cathedral Chapter House for good coffee, pastries and the weekend papers. Come and spend some time with friends and meet some new ones. Future 2019 dates for your diary: 15 June 13 July 10 August 7 September 19 October 9 & 30 November
10:00Creative Prayer Stations on a Moon and Environment theme10.00am – 4.00pm Monday to Saturday 11.45am - 4.00pm Sunday An additional opportunity to engage spiritually with the Museum of the Moon will be provided in the South Transept. A combination of art materials, words and images are available for visitors to explore in personal reflection.
10:00Museum of the Moon Exhibition - OPEN (Last entry) 4.00pmMuseum of the Moon takes up residence in the Nave of Gloucester Cathedral In the year that marks the 50th anniversary of the moon landing, wonder at Luke Jerram’s internally lit replica of the moon as it floats in the nave of Gloucester Cathedral. Experience the exquisite detail of the lunar surface and accompanying atmospheric soundscapes. The exhibition will close at 4.30pm for Evensong. All are warmly invited to join our service.
10:00Dedicated Quieter Time for Moon ViewingMondays to Saturdays (starting Thursday 17 October) Recommended for those with sensory sensitivities who enjoy a quiet and calming experience.
10:30Highlights Tour Enjoy a guided tour of the Cathedral including the Cloisters, tomb of Edward II and the Lady Chapel.
11:00Highlights Tour Enjoy a guided tour of the Cathedral including the Cloisters, tomb of Edward II and the Lady Chapel.
11:30Crypt TourDescend the steps from the South Transept to discover the hidden subterranean level of the Cathedral. This is where you’ll find remains of the very earliest parts of the building.
11:45Library TourClimb the spiral staircase to visit the 15th century library, a hidden gem of the Cathedral. Discover the perils of historic medicine in August and see what was written in the stars in October. Tours last around one hour £7 adults, £3 child, under 3s free. Buy your tickets on the day from the Welcome Desk or call 01452 229818 to reserve your ticket.
12:00Highlights Tour Enjoy a guided tour of the Cathedral including the Cloisters, tomb of Edward II and the Lady Chapel.
12:30Lunchtime Holy CommunionAn opportunity to take a break from your busy day and join us for a short lunchtime service.
12:30Crypt TourDescend the steps from the South Transept to discover the hidden subterranean level of the Cathedral. This is where you’ll find remains of the very earliest parts of the building.
13:30Crypt TourDescend the steps from the South Transept to discover the hidden subterranean level of the Cathedral. This is where you’ll find remains of the very earliest parts of the building.
13:30Tower TourWhy not join one of our Tower Tours? When you get to the top of the winding medieval spiral staircase you’ll discover that it was worth the effort as you enjoy a breath taking view from the roof - on a clear day you can see forty miles across the glorious Gloucestershire countryside. On the way up you will visit the ringing chamber and the bell chamber where you’ll see ‘Great Peter’ the only medieval bell of its size remaining in England. Please be aware that there is no facility to leave bags, so visitors must keep their belongings to a minimum, and remain responsible for them at all times. Sensible footwear is recommended.
13:45Library TourClimb the spiral staircase to visit the 15th century library, a hidden gem of the Cathedral. Discover the perils of historic medicine in August and see what was written in the stars in October. Tours last around one hour £7 adults, £3 child, under 3s free. Buy your tickets on the day from the Welcome Desk or call 01452 229818 to reserve your ticket.
14:00Cloister Tour Visit Gloucester Cathedral's great Cloister, famous for its magnificent fan vaulting, which is believed to be the earliest example in England. See where the Harry Potter was filmed.
14:30Crypt TourDescend the steps from the South Transept to discover the hidden subterranean level of the Cathedral. This is where you’ll find remains of the very earliest parts of the building.
14:30Tower TourWhy not join one of our Tower Tours? When you get to the top of the winding medieval spiral staircase you’ll discover that it was worth the effort as you enjoy a breath taking view from the roof - on a clear day you can see forty miles across the glorious Gloucestershire countryside. On the way up you will visit the ringing chamber and the bell chamber where you’ll see ‘Great Peter’ the only medieval bell of its size remaining in England. Please be aware that there is no facility to leave bags, so visitors must keep their belongings to a minimum, and remain responsible for them at all times. Sensible footwear is recommended.
14:45Library TourClimb the spiral staircase to visit the 15th century library, a hidden gem of the Cathedral. Discover the perils of historic medicine in August and see what was written in the stars in October. Tours last around one hour £7 adults, £3 child, under 3s free. Buy your tickets on the day from the Welcome Desk or call 01452 229818 to reserve your ticket.
15:00Cloister Tour Visit Gloucester Cathedral's great Cloister, famous for its magnificent fan vaulting, which is believed to be the earliest example in England. See where the Harry Potter was filmed.
15:30Crypt Tour Descend the steps from the South Transept to discover the hidden subterranean level of the Cathedral. This is where you’ll find remains of the very earliest parts of the building.
16:30Choral Evensong sung by Christchurch Cathedral SingersCome and join us for one of our oldest and richest traditions. Intimate worship and beautiful music for all. On Saturdays during term time Evensong is sung by the Cathedral Choir
19:30Das Rheingold – Tarnhelm Opera A rare chance to experience Wagner’s masterpiece Das Rheingold in a new semi-staged production sung in the original German with English subtitles amid the magnificent architecture of Gloucester Cathedral. Tickets: Standard seat £25, Discounted prices (for members only) Allies’ £15, Friends’ £20 and Supporters’ £22.50 Tickets available from www.tarnhelmopera.co.uk
Sunday 20th October 2019 Limited Access Today from 7.00pm There will be limited access to the Quire today due to a Funeral Service. Apologies for any inconvenience this may cause.
07:40Morning Prayer Lift your spirits for the day by joining us for a short spoken service of intimate prayer.
08:00Holy CommunionJoin us in the breaking of bread and sharing of wine in Jesus' name.
10:15Eucharist sung by Christchurch Cathedral SingersSung Eucharist with Children's Church. One of our most popular services. Come along, everyone is welcome.
11:45Creative Prayer Stations on a Moon and Environment theme10.00am – 4.00pm Monday to Saturday 11.45am - 4.00pm Sunday An additional opportunity to engage spiritually with the Museum of the Moon will be provided in the South Transept. A combination of art materials, words and images are available for visitors to explore in personal reflection.
11:45Museum of the Moon Exhibition - OPEN (Last entry) 2.00pmMuseum of the Moon takes up residence in the Nave of Gloucester Cathedral In the year that marks the 50th anniversary of the moon landing, wonder at Luke Jerram’s internally lit replica of the moon as it floats in the nave of Gloucester Cathedral. Experience the exquisite detail of the lunar surface and accompanying atmospheric soundscapes. The exhibition will close for evensong at 3.00pm. You are warmly invited to join us for this service.
12:00Highlights Tour Enjoy a guided tour of the Cathedral including the Cloisters, tomb of Edward II and the Lady Chapel.
12:30Crypt TourDescend the steps from the South Transept to discover the hidden subterranean level of the Cathedral. This is where you’ll find remains of the very earliest parts of the building.
13:30Crypt TourDescend the steps from the South Transept to discover the hidden subterranean level of the Cathedral. This is where you’ll find remains of the very earliest parts of the building.
15:00Choral Evensong sung by Christchurch Cathedral SingersCome and join us for one of our oldest and richest traditions. Intimate worship and beautiful music for all. On Sundays during term time Evensong is sung by the Cathedral Choir.
16:00Museum of the Moon Exhibition - OPEN (Last entry) 5.30pmMuseum of the Moon takes up residence in the Nave of Gloucester Cathedral In the year that marks the 50th anniversary of the moon landing, wonder at Luke Jerram’s internally lit replica of the moon as it floats in the nave of Gloucester Cathedral. Experience the exquisite detail of the lunar surface and accompanying atmospheric soundscapes.
17:00Allsorts 10th Birthday BashAllsorts 10th Birthday Bash Sunday 20 October 5.00pm - 8.00pm Venue: Gloucester Cathedral Allsorts is celebrating its 10th Birthday with a bash at Gloucester Cathedral - and you're invited! This special event will celebrate achievements to date and showcase some fantastic Allsorts talent. Tweedy the Clown will be there as the special guest and BBC's Faye Hatcher will be your host.
18:00Meditations on the Museum of the MoonAn opportunity to reflect on the themes connecting the Museum of the Moon and our own spirituality of God’s creation. All are warmly invited to attend these special services.
Monday 21st October 2019 Limited Access to Cathedral Today 7.30am - 2.30pm There will be limited access to the Quire today due to a Funeral Service. Apologies for any inconvenience this may cause.
 Museum of the Moon Opening Hours Today 10.00am - 1.00pm (last entry 12.30pm) 2.30pm - 5.00pm (last entry 4.30pm)
 Limited Access 1.00pm until 2.30pm The Nave will be closed for a Special Service. Apologies for any inconvenience caused. Access to the Cloister and Monk's kitchen remains open
 Cathedral Tower lights up Purple for Polio The tower of Gloucester Cathedral will be lit purple in support of Rotary’s key humanitarian project to rid the world of polio. Rotary started this initiative in 1985 and within three years the Global Polio Eradication Initiative was launched, a partnership which included Rotary, the World Health Organization, UNICEF, amongst others and more recently the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation. Why purple? Well during mass national immunisation days an immunised child dips their finger into a purple dye to indicate they have received the vaccine During the last 33 years Rotary has donated $1.8 billion to the eradication effort. In 1985 there were 125 endemic countries with over 1,000 polio cases a day In 2017 there were 3 endemic countries, Nigeria, Afghanistan and Pakistan with 22 reported cases in the year. A real success story for Rotary Our website is www.rotaryatkingsholm.co.uk
08:00Holy CommunionJoin us to break bread and share wine in Jesus' name.
08:30Morning PrayerLift your spirits for the day by joining us for a short spoken service of intimate prayer.
10:00Creative Prayer Stations on a Moon and Environment theme10.00am – 4.00pm Monday to Saturday 11.45am - 4.00pm Sunday An additional opportunity to engage spiritually with the Museum of the Moon will be provided in the South Transept. A combination of art materials, words and images are available for visitors to explore in personal reflection.
10:00Dedicated Quieter Time for Moon ViewingMondays to Saturdays 10.00am – 10.30am (starting Thursday 17 October) Recommended for those with sensory sensitivities who enjoy a quiet and calming experience
10:30Highlights Tour Enjoy a guided tour of the Cathedral including the Cloisters, tomb of Edward II and the Lady Chapel.
11:00Highlights Tour Enjoy a guided tour of the Cathedral including the Cloisters, tomb of Edward II and the Lady Chapel.
11:30Crypt TourDescend the steps from the South Transept to discover the hidden subterranean level of the Cathedral. This is where you’ll find remains of the very earliest parts of the building.
12:00Highlights Tour Enjoy a guided tour of the Cathedral including the Cloisters, tomb of Edward II and the Lady Chapel.
12:30Lunchtime Holy CommunionAn opportunity to take a break from your busy day and join us for a short lunchtime service.
12:30Crypt TourDescend the steps from the South Transept to discover the hidden subterranean level of the Cathedral. This is where you’ll find remains of the very earliest parts of the building.
15:00Highlights Tour Enjoy a guided tour of the Cathedral including the Cloisters, tomb of Edward II and the Lady Chapel.
15:30Crypt Tour Descend the steps from the South Transept to discover the hidden subterranean level of the Cathedral. This is where you’ll find remains of the very earliest parts of the building.
17:30Evening Prayer
19:30Theology and the Environment: Dr Kate RigbyTheology and the Environment: Dr Kate Rigby, Director of Bath Spa University Research Centre for Environmental Humanities Gloucester Cathedral, Nave A talk followed by questions.
Tuesday 22nd October 2019 Cathedral Tower lights up Purple for Polio The tower of Gloucester Cathedral will be lit purple in support of Rotary’s key humanitarian project to rid the world of polio. Rotary started this initiative in 1985 and within three years the Global Polio Eradication Initiative was launched, a partnership which included Rotary, the World Health Organization, UNICEF, amongst others and more recently the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation. Why purple? Well during mass national immunisation days an immunised child dips their finger into a purple dye to indicate they have received the vaccine During the last 33 years Rotary has donated $1.8 billion to the eradication effort. In 1985 there were 125 endemic countries with over 1,000 polio cases a day In 2017 there were 3 endemic countries, Nigeria, Afghanistan and Pakistan with 22 reported cases in the year. A real success story for Rotary Our website is www.rotaryatkingsholm.co.uk
 Museum of the Moon Opening Hours Today 10.00am - 5.00pm (last entry 4.30pm)
08:00Holy CommunionJoin us to break bread and share wine in Jesus' name.
08:30Morning PrayerLift your spirits for the day by joining us for a short spoken service of intimate prayer.
10:00Creative Prayer Stations on a Moon and Environment theme10.00am – 4.00pm Monday to Saturday 11.45am - 4.00pm Sunday An additional opportunity to engage spiritually with the Museum of the Moon will be provided in the South Transept. A combination of art materials, words and images are available for visitors to explore in personal reflection.
10:00Dedicated Quieter Time for Moon ViewingMondays to Saturdays 10.00am – 10.30am (starting Thursday 17 October) Recommended for those with sensory sensitivities who enjoy a quiet and calming experience
10:30Highlights Tour Enjoy a guided tour of the Cathedral including the Cloisters, tomb of Edward II and the Lady Chapel.
11:00Highlights Tour Enjoy a guided tour of the Cathedral including the Cloisters, tomb of Edward II and the Lady Chapel.
11:30Crypt TourDescend the steps from the South Transept to discover the hidden subterranean level of the Cathedral. This is where you’ll find remains of the very earliest parts of the building.
12:00Highlights Tour Enjoy a guided tour of the Cathedral including the Cloisters, tomb of Edward II and the Lady Chapel.
12:30Lunchtime Holy CommunionAn opportunity to take a break from your busy day and join us for a short lunchtime service.
12:30Crypt TourDescend the steps from the South Transept to discover the hidden subterranean level of the Cathedral. This is where you’ll find remains of the very earliest parts of the building.
13:30Crypt TourDescend the steps from the South Transept to discover the hidden subterranean level of the Cathedral. This is where you’ll find remains of the very earliest parts of the building.
13:30Highlights Tour Enjoy a guided tour of the Cathedral including the Cloisters, tomb of Edward II and the Lady Chapel.
14:00Highlights Tour Enjoy a guided tour of the Cathedral including the Cloisters, tomb of Edward II and the Lady Chapel.
14:30Crypt TourDescend the steps from the South Transept to discover the hidden subterranean level of the Cathedral. This is where you’ll find remains of the very earliest parts of the building.
15:00Highlights Tour Enjoy a guided tour of the Cathedral including the Cloisters, tomb of Edward II and the Lady Chapel.
15:30Crypt Tour Descend the steps from the South Transept to discover the hidden subterranean level of the Cathedral. This is where you’ll find remains of the very earliest parts of the building.
17:30Evening Prayer
Wednesday 23rd October 2019 Museum of the Moon Opening Hours Today 10.00am - 5.00pm (last entry 4.30pm)
 Cathedral Tower lights up Purple for Polio The tower of Gloucester Cathedral will be lit purple in support of Rotary’s key humanitarian project to rid the world of polio. Rotary started this initiative in 1985 and within three years the Global Polio Eradication Initiative was launched, a partnership which included Rotary, the World Health Organization, UNICEF, amongst others and more recently the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation. Why purple? Well during mass national immunisation days an immunised child dips their finger into a purple dye to indicate they have received the vaccine During the last 33 years Rotary has donated $1.8 billion to the eradication effort. In 1985 there were 125 endemic countries with over 1,000 polio cases a day In 2017 there were 3 endemic countries, Nigeria, Afghanistan and Pakistan with 22 reported cases in the year. A real success story for Rotary Our website is www.rotaryatkingsholm.co.uk
08:00Holy CommunionJoin us to break bread and share wine in Jesus' name.
08:30Morning PrayerLift your spirits for the day by joining us for a short spoken service of intimate prayer.
10:00Creative Prayer Stations on a Moon and Environment theme10.00am – 4.00pm Monday to Saturday 11.45am - 4.00pm Sunday Will close today at 12.00pm due to an awards ceremony set up. An additional opportunity to engage spiritually with the Museum of the Moon will be provided in the South Transept. A combination of art materials, words and images are available for visitors to explore in personal reflection.
10:00Dedicated Quieter Time for Moon ViewingMondays to Saturdays 10.00am – 10.30am (starting Thursday 17 October) Recommended for those with sensory sensitivities who enjoy a quiet and calming experience
10:30Highlights Tour Enjoy a guided tour of the Cathedral including the Cloisters, tomb of Edward II and the Lady Chapel.
11:00Highlights Tour Enjoy a guided tour of the Cathedral including the Cloisters, tomb of Edward II and the Lady Chapel.
11:30Crypt TourDescend the steps from the South Transept to discover the hidden subterranean level of the Cathedral. This is where you’ll find remains of the very earliest parts of the building.
12:00Highlights Tour Enjoy a guided tour of the Cathedral including the Cloisters, tomb of Edward II and the Lady Chapel.
12:30Lunchtime Holy CommunionAn opportunity to take a break from your busy day and join us for a short lunchtime service.
12:30Crypt TourDescend the steps from the South Transept to discover the hidden subterranean level of the Cathedral. This is where you’ll find remains of the very earliest parts of the building.
13:30Crypt TourDescend the steps from the South Transept to discover the hidden subterranean level of the Cathedral. This is where you’ll find remains of the very earliest parts of the building.
13:30Highlights Tour Enjoy a guided tour of the Cathedral including the Cloisters, tomb of Edward II and the Lady Chapel.
14:00Highlights Tour Enjoy a guided tour of the Cathedral including the Cloisters, tomb of Edward II and the Lady Chapel.
14:30Crypt TourDescend the steps from the South Transept to discover the hidden subterranean level of the Cathedral. This is where you’ll find remains of the very earliest parts of the building.
14:30Tower TourWhy not join one of our Tower Tours? When you get to the top of the winding medieval spiral staircase you’ll discover that it was worth the effort as you enjoy a breath taking view from the roof - on a clear day you can see forty miles across the glorious Gloucestershire countryside. On the way up you will visit the ringing chamber and the bell chamber where you’ll see ‘Great Peter’ the only medieval bell of its size remaining in England. Please be aware that there is no facility to leave bags, so visitors must keep their belongings to a minimum, and remain responsible for them at all times. Sensible footwear is recommended.
15:00Highlights Tour Enjoy a guided tour of the Cathedral including the Cloisters, tomb of Edward II and the Lady Chapel.
15:30Crypt Tour Descend the steps from the South Transept to discover the hidden subterranean level of the Cathedral. This is where you’ll find remains of the very earliest parts of the building.
17:30Evening Prayer
Thursday 24th October 2019 Limited Access today 9.00am - 1.00pm There will be limited access to the Cathedral today between 9.00am and 1.00pm due to a special service. The Cloisters can be accessed through the Monk's Kitchen which will remain open as usual. Apologies for any inconvenience this may cause.
 Cathedral Tower lights up Purple for Polio The tower of Gloucester Cathedral will be lit purple in support of Rotary’s key humanitarian project to rid the world of polio. Rotary started this initiative in 1985 and within three years the Global Polio Eradication Initiative was launched, a partnership which included Rotary, the World Health Organization, UNICEF, amongst others and more recently the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation. Why purple? Well during mass national immunisation days an immunised child dips their finger into a purple dye to indicate they have received the vaccine During the last 33 years Rotary has donated $1.8 billion to the eradication effort. In 1985 there were 125 endemic countries with over 1,000 polio cases a day In 2017 there were 3 endemic countries, Nigeria, Afghanistan and Pakistan with 22 reported cases in the year. A real success story for Rotary Our website is www.rotaryatkingsholm.co.uk
 Museum of the Moon Opening Hours Today 1.00pm - 9.30pm (last entry 9.00pm) There will be a graduation ceremony taking place in the Nave until 1.00pm A magical opportunity for late night viewing to experience the wonder of the moon under the cover of darkness and the spectacle of the Cathedral Nave bathed in moonlight. The accompanying atmospheric soundtrack created by BAFTA and Ivor Novello winning composer Dan Jones can also be enjoyed during these special evening openings.
08:00Holy CommunionJoin us to break bread and share wine in Jesus' name.
08:30Morning PrayerLift your spirits for the day by joining us for a short spoken service of intimate prayer.
10:00CLOSED TODAY Creative Prayer Stations10.00am – 4.00pm Monday to Saturday 11.45am - 4.00pm Sunday CLOSED TODAY due to an awards ceremony An additional opportunity to engage spiritually with the Museum of the Moon will be provided in the South Transept. A combination of art materials, words and images are available for visitors to explore in personal reflection.
12:30Lunchtime Holy Communion - CANCELLEDAn opportunity to take a break from your busy day and join us for a short lunchtime service.
13:30Crypt TourDescend the steps from the South Transept to discover the hidden subterranean level of the Cathedral. This is where you’ll find remains of the very earliest parts of the building.
13:30Highlights Tour Enjoy a guided tour of the Cathedral including the Cloisters, tomb of Edward II and the Lady Chapel.
14:00Highlights Tour Enjoy a guided tour of the Cathedral including the Cloisters, tomb of Edward II and the Lady Chapel.
14:30Crypt TourDescend the steps from the South Transept to discover the hidden subterranean level of the Cathedral. This is where you’ll find remains of the very earliest parts of the building.
14:30Tower TourWhy not join one of our Tower Tours? When you get to the top of the winding medieval spiral staircase you’ll discover that it was worth the effort as you enjoy a breath taking view from the roof - on a clear day you can see forty miles across the glorious Gloucestershire countryside. On the way up you will visit the ringing chamber and the bell chamber where you’ll see ‘Great Peter’ the only medieval bell of its size remaining in England. Please be aware that there is no facility to leave bags, so visitors must keep their belongings to a minimum, and remain responsible for them at all times. Sensible footwear is recommended.
15:00Highlights Tour Enjoy a guided tour of the Cathedral including the Cloisters, tomb of Edward II and the Lady Chapel.
15:30Crypt Tour Descend the steps from the South Transept to discover the hidden subterranean level of the Cathedral. This is where you’ll find remains of the very earliest parts of the building.
17:30Evening Prayer
19:30Moon Tower Tours Thursday 24 & Friday 25 October Thursday 31 October & Friday 1 November Saturday 2 November Go behind the scenes into the hidden spaces of the Cathedral tower. On your way up the 269 steps to the top you will stop at five points of interest including the ringing chamber and Great Peter, the largest medieval bell still in use in Britain. From the roof experience unique views of the rooftops of Gloucester by moonlight. £10 adult, £5 child (6 to 16) Not suitable for under 6’s. Information on how to purchase your tickets will follow shortly.
20:30Moon Tower ToursThursday 24 & Friday 25 October Thursday 31 October & Friday 1 November Saturday 2 November Go behind the scenes into the hidden spaces of the Cathedral tower. On your way up the 269 steps to the top you will stop at five points of interest including the ringing chamber and Great Peter, the largest medieval bell still in use in Britain. From the roof experience unique views of the rooftops of Gloucester by moonlight. £10 adult, £5 child (6 to 16) Not suitable for under 6’s. Information on how to purchase your tickets will follow shortly.
Friday 25th October 2019 Limited Access today 9.00am - 5.00pm There will be no access to the Cathedral today between the following times due to a special service. 9.00am - 5.00pm Please accept our apologies for any inconvenience this may cause.
 Cathedral Tower lights up Purple for Polio The tower of Gloucester Cathedral will be lit purple in support of Rotary’s key humanitarian project to rid the world of polio. Rotary started this initiative in 1985 and within three years the Global Polio Eradication Initiative was launched, a partnership which included Rotary, the World Health Organization, UNICEF, amongst others and more recently the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation. Why purple? Well during mass national immunisation days an immunised child dips their finger into a purple dye to indicate they have received the vaccine During the last 33 years Rotary has donated $1.8 billion to the eradication effort. In 1985 there were 125 endemic countries with over 1,000 polio cases a day In 2017 there were 3 endemic countries, Nigeria, Afghanistan and Pakistan with 22 reported cases in the year. A real success story for Rotary Our website is www.rotaryatkingsholm.co.uk
 Museum of the Moon Opening Hours Today 5.00pm - 9.30 pm (last entry 9.00pm) A magical opportunity for late night viewing to experience the wonder of the moon under the cover of darkness and the spectacle of the Cathedral Nave bathed in moonlight. The accompanying atmospheric soundtrack created by BAFTA and Ivor Novello winning composer Dan Jones can also be enjoyed during these special evening openings.
08:00Holy CommunionJoin us to break bread and share wine in Jesus' name.
08:30Morning PrayerLift your spirits for the day by joining us for a short service of intimate prayer.
10:00CLOSED TODAY Creative Prayer Stations10.00am – 4.00pm Monday to Saturday 11.45am - 4.00pm Sunday CLOSED TODAY due to an awards ceremony An additional opportunity to engage spiritually with the Museum of the Moon will be provided in the South Transept. A combination of art materials, words and images are available for visitors to explore in personal reflection.
12:30Lunchtime Holy Communion - CANCELLEDAn opportunity to take a break from your busy day and join us in the breaking of bread and sharing of wine in Jesus' name.
17:30Evening Prayer
19:30Moon Tower Tours Thursday 24 & Friday 25 October Thursday 31 October & Friday 1 November Saturday 2 November Go behind the scenes into the hidden spaces of the Cathedral tower. On your way up the 269 steps to the top you will stop at five points of interest including the ringing chamber and Great Peter, the largest medieval bell still in use in Britain. From the roof experience unique views of the rooftops of Gloucester by moonlight. £10 adult, £5 child (6 to 16) Not suitable for under 6’s. Information on how to purchase your tickets will follow shortly.
20:30Moon Tower ToursThursday 24 & Friday 25 October Thursday 31 October & Friday 1 November Saturday 2 November Go behind the scenes into the hidden spaces of the Cathedral tower. On your way up the 269 steps to the top you will stop at five points of interest including the ringing chamber and Great Peter, the largest medieval bell still in use in Britain. From the roof experience unique views of the rooftops of Gloucester by moonlight. £10 adult, £5 child (6 to 16) Not suitable for under 6’s. Information on how to purchase your tickets will follow shortly.
Saturday 26th October 2019 Cathedral Tower lights up Purple for Polio The tower of Gloucester Cathedral will be lit purple in support of Rotary’s key humanitarian project to rid the world of polio. Rotary started this initiative in 1985 and within three years the Global Polio Eradication Initiative was launched, a partnership which included Rotary, the World Health Organization, UNICEF, amongst others and more recently the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation. Why purple? Well during mass national immunisation days an immunised child dips their finger into a purple dye to indicate they have received the vaccine During the last 33 years Rotary has donated $1.8 billion to the eradication effort. In 1985 there were 125 endemic countries with over 1,000 polio cases a day In 2017 there were 3 endemic countries, Nigeria, Afghanistan and Pakistan with 22 reported cases in the year. A real success story for Rotary Our website is www.rotaryatkingsholm.co.uk
 Museum of the Moon Opening Hours Today 10.00am - 4.30pm (last entry 4.00pm)
08:00Holy CommunionJoin us to break bread and share wine in Jesus' name.
08:30Morning PrayerLift your spirits for the day by joining us for a short spoken service of intimate prayer.
10:00Creative Prayer Stations on a Moon and Environment theme10.00am – 4.00pm Monday to Saturday 11.45am - 4.00pm Sunday An additional opportunity to engage spiritually with the Museum of the Moon will be provided in the South Transept. A combination of art materials, words and images are available for visitors to explore in personal reflection.
10:00Dedicated Quieter Time for Moon ViewingMondays to Saturdays 10.00am – 10.30am (starting Thursday 17 October) Recommended for those with sensory sensitivities who enjoy a quiet and calming experience
10:30Big Draw Big Space DoodleGloucester Cathedral, South Aisle Let your imagination zoom! Join Hannah Shaw for a space-themed Big Draw drop-in session against a spectacular backdrop - the Museum of the Moon. Come and doodle some great galactic characters and awesome aliens; rockets, stars and astronauts - the sky is not the limit! Open to all ages and abilities, just drop-in.
11:00Highlights Tour Enjoy a guided tour of the Cathedral including the Cloisters, tomb of Edward II and the Lady Chapel.
11:30Crypt TourDescend the steps from the South Transept to discover the hidden subterranean level of the Cathedral. This is where you’ll find remains of the very earliest parts of the building.
12:00Highlights Tour Enjoy a guided tour of the Cathedral including the Cloisters, tomb of Edward II and the Lady Chapel.
12:30Lunchtime Holy CommunionAn opportunity to take a break from your busy day and join us for a short lunchtime service.
12:30Crypt TourDescend the steps from the South Transept to discover the hidden subterranean level of the Cathedral. This is where you’ll find remains of the very earliest parts of the building.
13:00Informal Concert – The Loud CrowdThe Loud Crowd is an amalgamation of four Gloucestershire community choirs run by Liz Martin. “If you sing, you share your heart around, if you sing you give your soul a sound, if you sing you keep your feet on the ground and if you sing - YOU FLY.” Admission free
13:30Crypt TourDescend the steps from the South Transept to discover the hidden subterranean level of the Cathedral. This is where you’ll find remains of the very earliest parts of the building.
13:30Tower TourWhy not join one of our Tower Tours? When you get to the top of the winding medieval spiral staircase you’ll discover that it was worth the effort as you enjoy a breath taking view from the roof - on a clear day you can see forty miles across the glorious Gloucestershire countryside. On the way up you will visit the ringing chamber and the bell chamber where you’ll see ‘Great Peter’ the only medieval bell of its size remaining in England. Please be aware that there is no facility to leave bags, so visitors must keep their belongings to a minimum, and remain responsible for them at all times. Sensible footwear is recommended.
13:30Highlights Tour Enjoy a guided tour of the Cathedral including the Cloisters, tomb of Edward II and the Lady Chapel.
14:00Highlights Tour Enjoy a guided tour of the Cathedral including the Cloisters, tomb of Edward II and the Lady Chapel.
14:30Crypt TourDescend the steps from the South Transept to discover the hidden subterranean level of the Cathedral. This is where you’ll find remains of the very earliest parts of the building.
14:30Tower TourWhy not join one of our Tower Tours? When you get to the top of the winding medieval spiral staircase you’ll discover that it was worth the effort as you enjoy a breath taking view from the roof - on a clear day you can see forty miles across the glorious Gloucestershire countryside. On the way up you will visit the ringing chamber and the bell chamber where you’ll see ‘Great Peter’ the only medieval bell of its size remaining in England. Please be aware that there is no facility to leave bags, so visitors must keep their belongings to a minimum, and remain responsible for them at all times. Sensible footwear is recommended.
15:30Crypt Tour Descend the steps from the South Transept to discover the hidden subterranean level of the Cathedral. This is where you’ll find remains of the very earliest parts of the building.
16:30Choral Evensong sung by the Chapel Choir, Girton CollegeCome and join us for one of our oldest and richest traditions. Intimate worship and beautiful music for all. On Saturdays during term time Evensong is sung by the Cathedral Choir
Sunday 27th October 2019 Cathedral Tower lights up Purple for Polio The tower of Gloucester Cathedral will be lit purple in support of Rotary’s key humanitarian project to rid the world of polio. Rotary started this initiative in 1985 and within three years the Global Polio Eradication Initiative was launched, a partnership which included Rotary, the World Health Organization, UNICEF, amongst others and more recently the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation. Why purple? Well during mass national immunisation days an immunised child dips their finger into a purple dye to indicate they have received the vaccine During the last 33 years Rotary has donated $1.8 billion to the eradication effort. In 1985 there were 125 endemic countries with over 1,000 polio cases a day In 2017 there were 3 endemic countries, Nigeria, Afghanistan and Pakistan with 22 reported cases in the year. A real success story for Rotary Our website is www.rotaryatkingsholm.co.uk
 Museum of the Moon Opening Hours Today 11.45am - 2.30pm (last entry 2.00pm)
07:40Morning Prayer Lift your spirits for the day by joining us for a short spoken service of intimate prayer.
08:00Holy CommunionJoin us in the breaking of bread and sharing of wine in Jesus' name.
10:15Sung Eucharistsung by the Chapel Choir, Girton CollegeSung Eucharist with Children's Church. One of our most popular services. Come along, everyone is welcome.
11:45Creative Prayer Stations on a Moon and Environment theme10.00am – 4.00pm Monday to Saturday 11.45am - 4.00pm Sunday An additional opportunity to engage spiritually with the Museum of the Moon will be provided in the South Transept. A combination of art materials, words and images are available for visitors to explore in personal reflection.
12:00Highlights Tour Enjoy a guided tour of the Cathedral including the Cloisters, tomb of Edward II and the Lady Chapel.
12:30Crypt TourDescend the steps from the South Transept to discover the hidden subterranean level of the Cathedral. This is where you’ll find remains of the very earliest parts of the building.
13:30Crypt TourDescend the steps from the South Transept to discover the hidden subterranean level of the Cathedral. This is where you’ll find remains of the very earliest parts of the building.
15:00Choral Evensong sung by the Chapel Choir, Girton CollegeCome and join us for one of our oldest and richest traditions. Intimate worship and beautiful music for all. On Sundays during term time Evensong is sung by the Cathedral Choir.
18:00Meditations on the Museum of the MoonAn opportunity to reflect on the themes connecting the Museum of the Moon and our own spirituality of God’s creation. All are warmly invited to attend these special services.
Monday 28th October 2019 Cathedral Tower lights up Purple for Polio The tower of Gloucester Cathedral will be lit purple in support of Rotary’s key humanitarian project to rid the world of polio. Rotary started this initiative in 1985 and within three years the Global Polio Eradication Initiative was launched, a partnership which included Rotary, the World Health Organization, UNICEF, amongst others and more recently the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation. Why purple? Well during mass national immunisation days an immunised child dips their finger into a purple dye to indicate they have received the vaccine During the last 33 years Rotary has donated $1.8 billion to the eradication effort. In 1985 there were 125 endemic countries with over 1,000 polio cases a day In 2017 there were 3 endemic countries, Nigeria, Afghanistan and Pakistan with 22 reported cases in the year. A real success story for Rotary Our website is www.rotaryatkingsholm.co.uk
 Museum of the Moon Opening Hours Today 10.00am - 5.00pm (last entry 4.30pm)
08:00Holy CommunionJoin us to break bread and share wine in Jesus' name.
08:30Morning PrayerLift your spirits for the day by joining us for a short spoken service of intimate prayer.
10:00Creative Prayer Stations on a Moon and Environment theme10.00am – 4.00pm Monday to Saturday 11.45am - 4.00pm Sunday An additional opportunity to engage spiritually with the Museum of the Moon will be provided in the South Transept. A combination of art materials, words and images are available for visitors to explore in personal reflection.
10:00Dedicated Quieter Time for Moon ViewingMondays to Saturdays 10.00am – 10.30am (starting Thursday 17 October) Recommended for those with sensory sensitivities who enjoy a quiet and calming experience
10:30Highlights Tour Enjoy a guided tour of the Cathedral including the Cloisters, tomb of Edward II and the Lady Chapel.
11:00Highlights Tour Enjoy a guided tour of the Cathedral including the Cloisters, tomb of Edward II and the Lady Chapel.
11:00Little Lunar Learners: Drop-in Moon themed craftsLittle Lunar Learners: Drop-in Moon themed art and craft activities Monday 28 & Tuesday 29 October Gloucester Cathedral, South Aisle Art and craft activities suitable for all ages. Just drop-in
11:30Crypt TourDescend the steps from the South Transept to discover the hidden subterranean level of the Cathedral. This is where you’ll find remains of the very earliest parts of the building.
11:30Museum of the Moon - Storytelling Monday 28 & Tuesday 29 October 11.30am, 12.30pm & 2.00pm Gloucester Cathedral, North Aisle Join Chloe of the Midnight Storytellers to hear The Boy Who Saved the Moon and other tales of wonder from cultures around the world.
12:00Highlights Tour Enjoy a guided tour of the Cathedral including the Cloisters, tomb of Edward II and the Lady Chapel.
12:30Lunchtime Holy CommunionAn opportunity to take a break from your busy day and join us for a short lunchtime service.
12:30Crypt TourDescend the steps from the South Transept to discover the hidden subterranean level of the Cathedral. This is where you’ll find remains of the very earliest parts of the building.
12:30Museum of the Moon - StorytellingMonday 28 & Tuesday 29 October 11.30am, 12.30pm & 2.00pm Gloucester Cathedral, North Aisle Join Chloe of the Midnight Storytellers to hear The Boy Who Saved the Moon and other tales of wonder from cultures around the world.
13:30Crypt TourDescend the steps from the South Transept to discover the hidden subterranean level of the Cathedral. This is where you’ll find remains of the very earliest parts of the building.
13:30Highlights Tour Enjoy a guided tour of the Cathedral including the Cloisters, tomb of Edward II and the Lady Chapel.
14:00Highlights Tour Enjoy a guided tour of the Cathedral including the Cloisters, tomb of Edward II and the Lady Chapel.
14:00Museum of the Moon - StorytellingMonday 28 & Tuesday 29 October 11.30am, 12.30pm & 2.00pm Gloucester Cathedral, North Aisle Join Chloe of the Midnight Storytellers to hear The Boy Who Saved the Moon and other tales of wonder from cultures around the world.
14:30Crypt TourDescend the steps from the South Transept to discover the hidden subterranean level of the Cathedral. This is where you’ll find remains of the very earliest parts of the building.
14:30Tower TourWhy not join one of our Tower Tours? When you get to the top of the winding medieval spiral staircase you’ll discover that it was worth the effort as you enjoy a breath taking view from the roof - on a clear day you can see forty miles across the glorious Gloucestershire countryside. On the way up you will visit the ringing chamber and the bell chamber where you’ll see ‘Great Peter’ the only medieval bell of its size remaining in England. Please be aware that there is no facility to leave bags, so visitors must keep their belongings to a minimum, and remain responsible for them at all times. Sensible footwear is recommended.
15:00Highlights Tour Enjoy a guided tour of the Cathedral including the Cloisters, tomb of Edward II and the Lady Chapel.
15:30Crypt Tour Descend the steps from the South Transept to discover the hidden subterranean level of the Cathedral. This is where you’ll find remains of the very earliest parts of the building.
17:30Evening Prayer
19:30The Moon and Us: Dr Megan Argo, Senior Lecturer in AstronomyThe Moon and Us: Dr Megan Argo, Senior Lecturer in Astronomy, University of Central Lancashire Gloucester Cathedral A talk followed by questions
Tuesday 29th October 2019 Museum of the Moon Opening Hours Today 10.00am - 5.00pm (last entry 4.30pm)
08:00Holy CommunionJoin us to break bread and share wine in Jesus' name.
08:30Morning PrayerLift your spirits for the day by joining us for a short spoken service of intimate prayer.
10:00Creative Prayer Stations on a Moon and Environment theme10.00am – 4.00pm Monday to Saturday 11.45am - 4.00pm Sunday An additional opportunity to engage spiritually with the Museum of the Moon will be provided in the South Transept. A combination of art materials, words and images are available for visitors to explore in personal reflection.
10:00Dedicated Quieter Time for Moon ViewingMondays to Saturdays 10.00am – 10.30am (starting Thursday 17 October) Recommended for those with sensory sensitivities who enjoy a quiet and calming experience
10:30Highlights Tour Enjoy a guided tour of the Cathedral including the Cloisters, tomb of Edward II and the Lady Chapel.
11:00Highlights Tour Enjoy a guided tour of the Cathedral including the Cloisters, tomb of Edward II and the Lady Chapel.
11:00Little Lunar Learners: Drop-in Moon themed craftsLittle Lunar Learners: Drop-in Moon themed art and craft activities Monday 28 & Tuesday 29 October Gloucester Cathedral, South Aisle Art and craft activities suitable for all ages. Just drop-in
11:30Crypt TourDescend the steps from the South Transept to discover the hidden subterranean level of the Cathedral. This is where you’ll find remains of the very earliest parts of the building.
11:30Museum of the Moon - Storytelling Monday 28 & Tuesday 29 October 11.30am, 12.30pm & 2.00pm Gloucester Cathedral, North Aisle Join Chloe of the Midnight Storytellers to hear The Boy Who Saved the Moon and other tales of wonder from cultures around the world.
12:00Highlights Tour Enjoy a guided tour of the Cathedral including the Cloisters, tomb of Edward II and the Lady Chapel.
12:30Lunchtime Holy CommunionAn opportunity to take a break from your busy day and join us for a short lunchtime service.
12:30Crypt TourDescend the steps from the South Transept to discover the hidden subterranean level of the Cathedral. This is where you’ll find remains of the very earliest parts of the building.
12:30Museum of the Moon - StorytellingMonday 28 & Tuesday 29 October 11.30am, 12.30pm & 2.00pm Gloucester Cathedral, North Aisle Join Chloe of the Midnight Storytellers to hear The Boy Who Saved the Moon and other tales of wonder from cultures around the world.
13:30Crypt TourDescend the steps from the South Transept to discover the hidden subterranean level of the Cathedral. This is where you’ll find remains of the very earliest parts of the building.
13:30Highlights Tour Enjoy a guided tour of the Cathedral including the Cloisters, tomb of Edward II and the Lady Chapel.
14:00Highlights Tour Enjoy a guided tour of the Cathedral including the Cloisters, tomb of Edward II and the Lady Chapel.
14:00Museum of the Moon - StorytellingMonday 28 & Tuesday 29 October 11.30am, 12.30pm & 2.00pm Gloucester Cathedral, North Aisle Join Chloe of the Midnight Storytellers to hear The Boy Who Saved the Moon and other tales of wonder from cultures around the world.
14:30Crypt TourDescend the steps from the South Transept to discover the hidden subterranean level of the Cathedral. This is where you’ll find remains of the very earliest parts of the building.
14:30Tower TourWhy not join one of our Tower Tours? When you get to the top of the winding medieval spiral staircase you’ll discover that it was worth the effort as you enjoy a breath taking view from the roof - on a clear day you can see forty miles across the glorious Gloucestershire countryside. On the way up you will visit the ringing chamber and the bell chamber where you’ll see ‘Great Peter’ the only medieval bell of its size remaining in England. Please be aware that there is no facility to leave bags, so visitors must keep their belongings to a minimum, and remain responsible for them at all times. Sensible footwear is recommended.
15:00Highlights Tour Enjoy a guided tour of the Cathedral including the Cloisters, tomb of Edward II and the Lady Chapel.
15:30Crypt Tour Descend the steps from the South Transept to discover the hidden subterranean level of the Cathedral. This is where you’ll find remains of the very earliest parts of the building.
17:30Evening Prayer
Wednesday 30th October 2019 Museum of the Moon Opening Hours Today 10.00am - 5.00pm (last entry 4.30pm)
 Limited Access to Lady Chapel 2.30pm-4.15pm There will be no access to the Lady Chapel today between 2.30pm and 4.15pm due to a special service. Apologies for any inconvenience this may cause.
08:00Holy CommunionJoin us to break bread and share wine in Jesus' name.
08:30Morning PrayerLift your spirits for the day by joining us for a short spoken service of intimate prayer.
10:00Creative Prayer Stations on a Moon and Environment theme10.00am – 4.00pm Monday to Saturday 11.45am - 4.00pm Sunday An additional opportunity to engage spiritually with the Museum of the Moon will be provided in the South Transept. A combination of art materials, words and images are available for visitors to explore in personal reflection.
10:00Dedicated Quieter Time for Moon ViewingMondays to Saturdays 10.00am – 10.30am (starting Thursday 17 October) Recommended for those with sensory sensitivities who enjoy a quiet and calming experience
10:00Carving for Young People WorkshopGloucester Cathedral, West Slype This youth project offers 16-21 year olds a hands-on experience of carving - participants will create a lunar landscape on two large alabaster discs to create a sculpture. Participants can also create a small moon to take home. Tickets £12.
10:30Highlights Tour Enjoy a guided tour of the Cathedral including the Cloisters, tomb of Edward II and the Lady Chapel.
10:30Make a Space-themed Mini-comicMake a Space-themed Mini-comic: One day Workshop for young people with Author and Illustrator Hannah Shaw Gloucester Cathedral, Chapter House, Author and Illustrator Hannah Shaw welcomes young people to have a go at designing a mini- comic; learn to invent engaging characters, write a short plot, illustrate in sequence and design a cosmic cover. Recommended for 12 – 16 year olds Tickets £6. Details on how to book will follow shortly,
11:00Highlights Tour Enjoy a guided tour of the Cathedral including the Cloisters, tomb of Edward II and the Lady Chapel.
12:00Highlights Tour Enjoy a guided tour of the Cathedral including the Cloisters, tomb of Edward II and the Lady Chapel.
12:30Lunchtime Holy CommunionAn opportunity to take a break from your busy day and join us for a short lunchtime service.
12:30Crypt TourDescend the steps from the South Transept to discover the hidden subterranean level of the Cathedral. This is where you’ll find remains of the very earliest parts of the building.
13:30Crypt TourDescend the steps from the South Transept to discover the hidden subterranean level of the Cathedral. This is where you’ll find remains of the very earliest parts of the building.
13:30Highlights Tour Enjoy a guided tour of the Cathedral including the Cloisters, tomb of Edward II and the Lady Chapel.
14:00Highlights Tour Enjoy a guided tour of the Cathedral including the Cloisters, tomb of Edward II and the Lady Chapel.
14:30Crypt TourDescend the steps from the South Transept to discover the hidden subterranean level of the Cathedral. This is where you’ll find remains of the very earliest parts of the building.
14:30Tower TourWhy not join one of our Tower Tours? When you get to the top of the winding medieval spiral staircase you’ll discover that it was worth the effort as you enjoy a breath taking view from the roof - on a clear day you can see forty miles across the glorious Gloucestershire countryside. On the way up you will visit the ringing chamber and the bell chamber where you’ll see ‘Great Peter’ the only medieval bell of its size remaining in England. Please be aware that there is no facility to leave bags, so visitors must keep their belongings to a minimum, and remain responsible for them at all times. Sensible footwear is recommended.
15:00Highlights Tour Enjoy a guided tour of the Cathedral including the Cloisters, tomb of Edward II and the Lady Chapel.
15:30Crypt Tour Descend the steps from the South Transept to discover the hidden subterranean level of the Cathedral. This is where you’ll find remains of the very earliest parts of the building.
17:30Evening Prayer
Thursday 31st October 2019 Museum of the Moon Opening Hours Today 10.00am - 9.30pm (last entry 9.00pm)
08:00Holy CommunionJoin us to break bread and share wine in Jesus' name.
08:30Morning PrayerLift your spirits for the day by joining us for a short spoken service of intimate prayer.
10:00Creative Prayer Stations on a Moon and Environment theme10.00am – 4.00pm Monday to Saturday 11.45am - 4.00pm Sunday An additional opportunity to engage spiritually with the Museum of the Moon will be provided in the South Transept. A combination of art materials, words and images are available for visitors to explore in personal reflection.
10:00Dedicated Quieter Time for Moon ViewingMondays to Saturdays 10.00am – 10.30am (starting Thursday 17 October) Recommended for those with sensory sensitivities who enjoy a quiet and calming experience
10:30Highlights Tour Enjoy a guided tour of the Cathedral including the Cloisters, tomb of Edward II and the Lady Chapel.
11:00Highlights Tour Enjoy a guided tour of the Cathedral including the Cloisters, tomb of Edward II and the Lady Chapel.
11:30Crypt TourDescend the steps from the South Transept to discover the hidden subterranean level of the Cathedral. This is where you’ll find remains of the very earliest parts of the building.
12:00Highlights Tour Enjoy a guided tour of the Cathedral including the Cloisters, tomb of Edward II and the Lady Chapel.
12:30Lunchtime Holy CommunionAn opportunity to take a break from your busy day and join us for a short lunchtime service.
12:30Crypt TourDescend the steps from the South Transept to discover the hidden subterranean level of the Cathedral. This is where you’ll find remains of the very earliest parts of the building.
13:00‘Stella’ By Filskit TheatreInspired by our night sky, Stella, is a brand new piece of theatre for children aged 3+ and their families. The story of The Man in the Moon is a familiar one, but what if it wasn’t an old man all the way up there, but a young woman? What if this solitary young woman had a job, a very important one? Using projection, clowning and aerial circus, we want to talk about our sky. We’ll explore how light pollution means that Stella no longer hears our stories and how sometimes it is important to turn out the lights and wish upon a star. ‘Remember to look up at the stars and not down at your feet’ – Stephen Hawking Tickets: £12/£7/£5 available from www.strikealightfestival.org.uk/events/stella/
13:30Highlights Tour Enjoy a guided tour of the Cathedral including the Cloisters, tomb of Edward II and the Lady Chapel.
14:00Highlights Tour Enjoy a guided tour of the Cathedral including the Cloisters, tomb of Edward II and the Lady Chapel.
14:30Crypt TourDescend the steps from the South Transept to discover the hidden subterranean level of the Cathedral. This is where you’ll find remains of the very earliest parts of the building.
14:30Crypt TourDescend the steps from the South Transept to discover the hidden subterranean level of the Cathedral. This is where you’ll find remains of the very earliest parts of the building.
14:30Tower TourWhy not join one of our Tower Tours? When you get to the top of the winding medieval spiral staircase you’ll discover that it was worth the effort as you enjoy a breath taking view from the roof - on a clear day you can see forty miles across the glorious Gloucestershire countryside. On the way up you will visit the ringing chamber and the bell chamber where you’ll see ‘Great Peter’ the only medieval bell of its size remaining in England. Please be aware that there is no facility to leave bags, so visitors must keep their belongings to a minimum, and remain responsible for them at all times. Sensible footwear is recommended.
15:00Highlights Tour Enjoy a guided tour of the Cathedral including the Cloisters, tomb of Edward II and the Lady Chapel.
15:30Crypt Tour Descend the steps from the South Transept to discover the hidden subterranean level of the Cathedral. This is where you’ll find remains of the very earliest parts of the building.
16:00‘Stella’ By Filskit TheatreInspired by our night sky, Stella, is a brand new piece of theatre for children aged 3+ and their families. The story of The Man in the Moon is a familiar one, but what if it wasn’t an old man all the way up there, but a young woman? What if this solitary young woman had a job, a very important one? Using projection, clowning and aerial circus, we want to talk about our sky. We’ll explore how light pollution means that Stella no longer hears our stories and how sometimes it is important to turn out the lights and wish upon a star. ‘Remember to look up at the stars and not down at your feet’ – Stephen Hawking Tickets: £12/£7/£5 available from www.strikealightfestival.org.uk/events/stella/
17:30Evening Prayer
18:00‘Lüsenen’ Sound Installation in the CryptGloucester Cathedral, Crypt Intriguing, atmospheric soundscape in the historic Crypt of Gloucester Cathedral. Cello, spoken word and song resonate around structures of ancient stones. Donations welcome
18:30Starlight Library TourCome and experience the Cathedral library after dark, and read history written in the stars. Tours last 60 minutes. Tickets £10 adults, £5 teens, under 13s free. Buy tickets on the day from the Welcome desk in the Cathedral or ring 01452 229818 to reserve your ticket.
18:30Musem of the Moon - Late Night Opening (last entry 9.00pm)Wednesday 16 October Thursday 24 & Friday 25 October Thursday 31 October & Friday 1 November Saturday 2 November A magical opportunity for late night viewing to experience the wonder of the moon under the cover of darkness and the spectacle of the Cathedral Nave bathed in moonlight. The accompanying atmospheric soundtrack created by BAFTA and Ivor Novello winning composer Dan Jones can also be enjoyed during these special evening openings. There will be no access to East Cloister Walk on Saturday 2 November due to a Guitar Concert in the Chapter House
19:30Moon Tower ToursThursday 24 & Friday 25 October Thursday 31 October & Friday 1 November Saturday 2 November Go behind the scenes into the hidden spaces of the Cathedral tower. On your way up the 269 steps to the top you will stop at five points of interest including the ringing chamber and Great Peter, the largest medieval bell still in use in Britain. From the roof experience unique views of the rooftops of Gloucester by moonlight. £10 adult, £5 child (6 to 16) Not suitable for under 6’s. Information on how to purchase your tickets will follow shortly.
20:30Moon Tower ToursThursday 24 & Friday 25 October Thursday 31 October & Friday 1 November Saturday 2 November Go behind the scenes into the hidden spaces of the Cathedral tower. On your way up the 269 steps to the top you will stop at five points of interest including the ringing chamber and Great Peter, the largest medieval bell still in use in Britain. From the roof experience unique views of the rooftops of Gloucester by moonlight. £10 adult, £5 child (6 to 16) Not suitable for under 6’s. Information on how to purchase your tickets will follow shortly.