Autumn 2021

Gloucestershire Heritage Hub

Gloucestershire Archives: Secets Revealed

Ghastly Ghosts & Ghoulish Goings on: All Hallows in Gloucestershire

Wednesday 27 October. 1 - 2pm. Free of charge

Spooky graveyards, ghosts, evil faeries, goblins, the Devil, headless horsemen, witches & black dogs - Gloucestershire has them all!

In fact our county is home to so many spooky goings on that it really should be renamed ‘Ghostlyshire’!  This talk will look at some of the supernatural tales & legends of the county, which can be found in the newspapers, magazines, books and other records that are held at Gloucestershire Archives.  So sit back, turn on the lights and prepare to be scared!

 

PS: may contain bad fake voices and awful puns.

To book this talk visit Gloucestershire Archives Events

...coming in November

...coming in November

A Gloucestershire Archives Christmas

Wednesday 24 November. 1 - 2pm. Free of charge

Ever wondered where our Christmas traditions come from? A fun, enlightening, fact-filled journey through our well loved Christmas traditions; join us to look at how we have celebrated Christmas through the ages! Blending history, folk-lore, myth and traditions to uncover some seasonal facts about a particularly well-loved time of the year. With lots of examples of Christmas-related documents from our collections at Gloucestershire Archives.

To book this talk visit Gloucestershire Archives Event

Other useful information about the talks.....

Other useful information about the talks.....

This monthly series of leisurely lunchtime learning sessions are great for those who are new to learning about the past and for those passionate about history, keen to expand their knowledge on a given subject in a focused session.

Led by experts at Gloucestershire Archives they are easy to digest, laced with humour and full of headline facts and context information ready to unlock an the secrets of a time gone by.

Secrets Revealed are live Zoom seminars that bring together a community of people with a shared interest in history, heritage, culture and their importance in today’s world.

You should receive your Zoom link as an automated message when you book on to this event (remember to press the "Book now" button once you've entered your details). If you don't, please check your junk folder. If it's not in there, please contact archives@gloucestershire.gov.uk and we will send you a link.

  

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