Rotary in Gloucester Awards are organised by the four city Rotary Clubs. The aim is to support charities, voluntary organisations, community groups within the city with a small grant (up to £500) which can make a real difference.
In 2011 I led a small group to link our celebration of the relief of the Siege of Gloucester (Gloucester Day: reinvented by Alan Myatt in 2008 on the first Saturday of September) to the national Heritage Open Days programme (second weekend of Sep), fill the gap with a week of talks at Blackfriars
Gloucester this summer is packed with even more great family events from food and culture festivals to funfairs, than ever before. Here are some of the best I've seen and everything is free entry unless indicated.
Thanks to the c700 constituents who came to my street stall on Saturday and discussed NHS70 and did my street survey with volunteers. Lots of helpful feedback on what you care about most in Gloucester.