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Iblogatory Notes (7)

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 […]

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 (1)

RIP, again One of the fascinating aspects of the Discover deCrypt project has been the unexpected incidents that hearten and place what we are doing firmly into a continuing context of history. In amongst the business of getting the project agreed on many fronts and financed there have been sudden realisations that we are becoming […]