The Handlebards - A four-strong troupe of cycling actors who carry with them on their bicycles all of the necessary set, props and costume to perform extremely energetic, charmingly chaotic and environmentally sustainable Shakespeare plays across the globe.
We are delighted to announce the summer programme for the Abbey Grounds bandstand. The programme is funded by Cirencester Community Development Trust.
Cirencester Town Council's Annual Report for 2017/18 has just been published. The purpose of the annual report is to provide an overview of Cirencester Town Council’s structure and performance over the last year.
Cirencester Town Council in partnership with The Corn Hall has produced a Markets & Events Leaflet. This provides a month by month breakdown of markets and events in the town and focuses on special events that are planned for the year.
Download the 2018 copy here or call into our Local Information Centre at Bingham House to pick up a copy.
After taking early retirement from teaching History, Dr. Sue Jones researched the women's suffrage movement in the North East where she was then living and gained her doctorate. Since moving back to her native Gloucestershire, she has concentrated on researching the movement there and was persuaded to write this book after a number of talks to local groups.
Now available at Cirencester Local information Centre for £14.99.
Cirencester Town Council's Local Information Centre at Bingham House, 1 Dyer Street, is proud to be a Safe Place in the Gloucestershire Keep Safe Scheme. The Keep Safe Scheme in Gloucestershire was set up in July 2010 to support people with learning disabilities and in September 2013, the Police and Crime Commissioner in Gloucestershire commissioned Memory Clubs UK – a community interest compan...