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“A Gift to Gloucester” – The Church of St. Mary de Crypt gets ready to spring into action

This afternoon (Saturday 9th March), the Church of St. Mary de Crypt opened its doors to around forty volunteers and visitors ahead of its official reopening in two weeks’ time. Young and old were treated to a warm welcome from the Rector, Rev. Canon Nikki Arthy, who praised the efforts of everyone involved in the […]

Zoe’s Blog – Introduction to St. Mary de Crypt and the Old Schoolrooms

It wasn’t a typical office lunchtime when I donned a hard hat, his-vis jacket, and steel capped boots to see the final reconstruction work at The Gloucester DeCrypt project, but nevertheless it was an effort worth taking. I moved to Gloucester around eighteen months ago, so for the entire time I’ve lived in the city […]

Iblogatory Notes (5)

Plus ça change, plus c’est la même chose String Quartet musicians performing as part of Gloucester History Festival at the Church The Discover deCrypt project is not just about creating a practical flexible space that can be cleaned, maintained and heated. We are very fortunate to have on board in the management/development team Jessica Gordon, […]

Hidden Lives

Volunteering – The Historical Research Group I knew when I met Jess to talk about volunteering back in 2016 that the historical research group was the perfect match for me. I had recently started my own history blog creating biographies of people from the details on gravestones in churchyards and cemeteries and Discover DeCrypt wanted to […]