Sunday 19 January, 11am–3pm, Pittville Pump Room
If you’re planning a wedding and looking for the perfect venue you’ll want to visit our wedding open day. We’ll welcome you with a free glass of bubbles as you explore the magnificent Grade I listed wedding venue and find out more about how we can help you have the most wonderful day.
View our wedding brochure here.
Friday 31 January 8pm and Saturday 1 February 8pm, Cheltenham Town Hall
The popular Thinking Drinkers return with a brand-new show
on their Heroes of Hooch tour, a hilarious and intoxicating look at history’s
Enjoy five free
drinks as the award-winning experts reveal how alcohol has inspired pioneering
explorers, politicians and painters in equal measure, from Plato and Picasso,
to Nelson, Napoleon and Norm from Cheers. You’ll learn a lot, laugh a lot and,
don’t forget, you get five free drinks.
This event is for over 18s only
Tickets are £18 standard or £12 for students, get them here.
Commit to be fit for 2020 by signing up for our exciting new membership
offer in January. Pay a £20 joining fee then nothing until February,
monthly rates from £26. Our offers are available throughout January so
make sure you don’t miss out by signing up today. Attractive pay monthly and
annual membership offers are also available.
Start your fitness journey here.
Monday 17 February to Friday 21 February, Leisure at Cheltenham
Leisure at Cheltenham is offering the opportunity to train to become a
lifeguard. The centre in Tommy Taylors Lane is running a national pool
lifeguard qualification course, regarded as the industry gold standard
If you would like to find out more, click here.
Start your year with our mindfulness and meditation six-week course starting on 20 January. Beginner and intermediate Pilates 12-week courses start on 7 January.
Contact us for more information or to book your
The Cheltenham Trust runs the town’s iconic venues – Cheltenham Town
Hall, Pittville Pump Room, The Wilson Art Gallery and Museum, Leisure at
Cheltenham and the Prince of Wales stadium. We’re recruiting new trustees to
help deliver our five year strategic vision and goals.
Could you help The Cheltenham Trust realise its potential? This is a
good time to become involved with this ambitious, forward looking organisation
and to help build on what has already been achieved.
We look forward to hearing
from you and thank you for your interest.
For more information on the
Trust and how to apply please see our recruitment pack here.
Have you tried Paddy & Scott’s coffee yet?
This ethical branded coffee is now available exclusively in Cheltenham at The Wilson café. With every cup you purchase and enjoy you’ll also be helping Cheltenham’s No Child Left Behind campaign. Ten pence from the purchase of each cup is donated to support disadvantaged children and young people in the town.
Paddy & Scott’s ethos is #fuellingambition and the company donates a percentage of its coffee bean sales to support coffee farm workers and their families with access to education and other life opportunities.
We’re offering a FREE taster cup of Paddy & Scott’s coffee with every slice of cake sold at The Wilson café – we look forward to welcoming you.
Thursday 6 February, 12pm–2pm, The Wilson
Are you interested in the Arts and Crafts movement and would like to hear more about the life and work of Gloucestershire’s leading architect and designer Ernest Gimson?
The Wilson is offering an exclusive event as part of the winter Gimson exhibition, Observation, Imagination, Making.
Join us at this special event and enjoy a talk on Gimson by renowned author, curator and lecturer Mary Greensted. For many years Mary was responsible for Cheltenham’s nationally important Arts and Crafts Movement collection. She is a leading expert on Gimson and has recently co-authored a book on his life and work (available for purchase at The Wilson).
This special event also includes a screening of Harold Bain’s short film ‘The Cotswold Craftsmen’ a demonstration by a local maker and afternoon tea in the unique setting of the third floor gallery.
Tickets are £20 and places are limited so early booking is advised.
Book your tickets here.
Until Tuesday 25 February, The Wilson
visited the Ernest Gimson exhibition at The Wilson? This winter exhibition,
Observation, Imagination and Making charts the course of the life and work of this
renowned designer and architect, one of the leading names of the prestigious
and nationally important Arts and Crafts movement.
The exhibition runs until 25 February.
are £5 and are available here.
Saturday 25 January, 10am–1pm, The Wilson
Are you feeling creative and looking to try something new? Why not come
and try your hand at creating your own plaster cast tile at a half day workshop
at The Wilson.
Follow in the footsteps of leading
Arts and Crafts movement designer and architect Ernest Gimson by learning how
to create a plaster cast tile based on his work. The half-day session is led by
an instructor who will show you how to work in plaster of Paris to create a
relief tile. The session is £45, places are limited so early booking is
Find out more here.
Find out what's on
at Cheltenham Town Hall and Pittville Pump Room between January and May 2020 in the comprehensive guide available in all Cheltenham Trust venues and below.
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