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The Partners

The Partners

The Gloucester Heritage Forum

Working in partnership to develop our city

Gloucester Cathedral is one of numerous sites in the city to receive HLF funding,  Gloucester is undergoing an exciting period of heritage led regeneration and we know that by working together we will be able to contribute much more effectively to the future of the city.

GHF members include:
 

The Gloucestershire Wildlife trust

For further information contact: Nicola Simpson 

                                                                                                                                                

                                                                                                                               

 

Discover DeCrypt is creating a sustainable heritage attraction, learning resource, cultural venue and community hub, alongside the continued use of St Mary de Crypt Church as a place of worship. It will offer a diverse range of activities and high quality historic buildings for the use and enjoyment of the wider community. The Buildings will re-open to the public in March 2019

For further information contact Jessica Gordon

 

 

 

 

 

 

Gloucestershire Heritage Hub has provided improved facilities for visitors, volunteers and community groups at the Gloucester Archives. They have also been developing additional on-site storage, including pioneering innovations in digital preservation, to expertly protect and add to local precious treasures.

For further information contact
Heather Forbes

 

 

Gloucester Waterways Museum Revitalisation: The Waterways museum have completed their £1 million project to refurbish it's displays, create a new entrance to the warehouse building and adapt the 'Sabrina 5' barge to provide a new space for events and education. 
For further information, please contact: Steven Bagley

 

 

Gloucester’s Story: Our People, Our City: Visitors to Gloucester City Museum & Art Gallery will be able to follow the story of Gloucester’s people and heritage right through to the present day, through permanent exhibitions, events, and hands on opportunities.
For further information, please contact: angela.smith@gloucester.gov.uk

 

Llanthony Secunda Re-formationLlanthony Secunda Priory is a site of national historic, cultural and archaeological significance. This project has comprehensively repaired and conserved the six Grade 1 listed structures, developed sustainable uses for the main buildings and the entire site, while interpreting the 900 year story of this long misunderstood, hidden site to a diverse audience. 

For further information, please contact: Emma Davies

 

Southgate Street Townscape Heritage Initiative (THI) is an ambitious plan to tackle three areas of heritage-based activity: repairs and reinstatement  to historic buildings to bring them back into beneficial use; training and education including colleges and schools groups; and improvements to the public realm within Southgate Street.                                                      
For further information, please contact: claire.dovey-evans@gloucester.gov.uk