St Nicholas Church is situated at the bottom of Westgate Street, opposite Gloucester Life Museum. This 12th century church boasts an unusual Royal Arms above the south doorway showing three monarchs, as well as monuments and memorial slabs commemorating some of Gloucester’s most significant citizens. Its distinctive tower is still a major landmark in the city.
However, as this glorious church is not in regular use for worship or for community activities and we would like that to change. We’d like your ideas for how we could better use this building. Better still if you run a community group or want to start a series of activities in the city and think that St Nicholas’ could be the venue for you, we want to hear from you.
Email us with your idea of how St Nicholas Church could be better used by its community. If you run a community group or want to get some activities in the church started let us know your ideas and we’ll be in touch to discuss details and see if we can make it happen.
Why get involved?
St Nicholas’ is a gorgeous and important church in the heart of our city. We would like to see it used more and put to use for it community. We know that there are lots of people out there that want to set up super activities for the community but lack a venue and we really want to be your venue.
How to get involved?
- Sign into your account or sign up to Volunteer Makers.
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3. Email Patrick Joel at the Churches Conservation Trust on email@example.com with your ideas and he will be in touch to discuss things further.
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