Heritage Open Days, England's largest grass roots heritage festival involving over 40,000 volunteers and 5,000 FREE events, will be held throughout England, including our Regency town Cheltenham, from 10-19 September 2021.
Once again the dedicated volunteers from Cheltenham Civic Society have organised an inspirational programme of local events to showcase Cheltenham's heritage and history. We are excited to annouce that the theme for 2021 is Edible England, with plenty of opportunities to sample the town's delights.
Take a self-guided walk around Edible Historic Cheltenham or Cheltenham’s Lost Pubs and Breweries, visit the Francis Close Hall Edible Garden or the Holst Victorian House with four different talks about food and drink Victorian style, as well as tours of the Queens Hotel. Explore the town and its fascinating heritage with tours of Imperial Gardens’ Trees, Cheltenham Backwaters, The Prestbury You Didn’t Know and many other walks and talks about Cheltenham’s rich and varied history.
Make the most of opportunities to see behind the doors of our beautiful buildings and venues, including Cambray Baptist Church, Cheltenham Croquet Club, Cheltenham Ladies’ College, Dean Close School, Normandy House and the newly refurbished Pip & Jim’s Church.
Click here for the Cheltenham Heritage Open Days 2021 downloadable programme
For more information about this inspirational UK wide event visit:
The UK Heritage Open Days 2021 website heritageopendays.org.uk
Cheltenham Civic Society website cheltenhamcivicsociety.org.uk
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