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Iblogatory Notes (10)

Soul trading  After the thrill of opening for trading I had the notion that I would enjoy a period of some basking in the tide of praise we were receiving from visitors for the transformation of St Mary de Crypt and Schoolrooms into Discover deCrypt. But, another point of view stopped me in my tracks. Coming […]

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Who wants to be a Churchwarden? Why does anyone agree to be a churchwarden? The job comes with great responsibility and legal restraint, but with no pay. Yet sometimes a warden can get the most rewarding contacts with people who care about the church for reasons of history, architecture, liturgy, music or simply memories of […]

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Bread on waters Like St Mary de Crypt church, the attached schoolrooms have seen many different uses during its long history, though not as dramatic as an ammunition store or an inn, or even as target practice for Royalist forces lodged at Llanthony! A panorama of the schoolrooms as they are today Their use as […]

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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, […]