Autumn 2019

Gloucestershire Heritage Hub

FoGA - Go aloft in Gloucester Cathedral



Afternoon visit to the Library and Archives, Tribune Gallery and Organ Loft.

2.15 Assemble in the South Porch

2.30 Library and Archives (including examples of early music manuscripts with Cathedral Librarian and Archivist, Rebecca Phillips)

3.15 Tribune Gallery

interactive exhibition

4.00 Organ Loft (Assistant Director of Music, Jonathan Hope, will demonstrate the organ’s capabilities. Gloucester Cathedral’s organ, first built in 1666 by Thomas Harris, has the only complete 17th-century cathedral organ case surviving in England

4.30–5.30 Tables reserved for tea in The Clementine café on the corner of Westgate Street and College Street

Please indicate if you wish to join us there

Cost: Members of FoGA £10.00, Guests £12.50 (Tea not included in cost)

Numbers for this visit are limited to 20

Priority booking for FoGA members from 10 October

booking open for guests from 21 October

Advance booking essential: forms available on  or at The HERITAGE HUB reception desk

Queries: contact Cherry Ann Knott 01453-762796 or email


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