You are invited to
The Phoenix Festival
Tuesday 17th July at The Vaults / Golden Farm Pub
21 Upper Churnside, Cirencester GL7 1AR
6pm to 8pm
Come along and meet the Festival Volunteer Team and find out how to get involved
All interested businesses, organisations, groups and individuals welcome
Media photo shoot opportunities
….phoenix supporters… phoenix mosaics…phoenix wishes tree… phoenix giant letters…
The Phoenix Festival
You are warmly invited to our Town Team Meeting for Cirencester Community Development Trust
5.30pm on 18th June 2018 at The C-Hub Tope Floor Bingham House, Dyer Street, Cirencester, GL7 2PP
We do hope you can join us and find out what CCDT have been up to. We will have updates from different groups across the town.
Please feel free to bring a guest.
If you would like to attend, please register by clicking the link above.
Numbers are limited, and registration will close when the maximum is reached, so please remember to register!
We look forward to seeing you.
Cirencester Community Development Trust
At Cirencester’s Annual Town Meeting at 7.30pm on Thursday 19 April 2018 at Watermoor School Hall, Kingshill Lane, Cirencester, GL7 1HS, you can meet Sabrina and information about the work of CCDT will be available.
Some of the projects CCDT will already be supporting in 2018 are: -
The Legacy of Abbey 900;
Development of the Growth Hub;
Support for the Ozone Café/Hub,
A framework for governance of the 6th Phoenix Festival;
A governance framework for design and enabling the Cirencester Community Railway;
Support for the Cirencester and the City of Bathurst NSW friendship initiative
Support for The Big Picnic 2018
Support for the Human Poppy initiative November 2018
At this Annual Town Meeting, you will also hear reports from The Mayor, Councillor Robins, from Cirencester Town Council and Gloucestershire Police as well as being able to meet and listen to Dr David Hemery OBE, former British field athlete.
At RAU Chapel on Thursday 2 November
Music to Die For at 7pm
Music and songs of remembrance,thanks and memories of loved ones. The beautiful melancholy music of requiems and sacred works Featuring the voices of Dodecantus, the wonderful saxophonist Patsy Gamble and other local singers and musicians ...with two stunning compositions by local composer Michael Castle - including the anthem especially composed for Abbey 900 - Laus sapientie divine
Tickets £12 and £8 available online from TicketSource on
OR Phone the Box Office 0333 666 3366 (£1.50 booking fee applies)
Phoenix Festival V!
Phoenix Festival V will wow the crowds with the finest and the best tribute acts you’ll probably ever see in the world!
In its fifth year, this much loved summer free festival will bring 2 Tone Ska and intergalactic Rock and Pop to the Abbey Grounds, Cirencester on Saturday 26th & Sunday 27th August, with special guests, Los Palmas 6 and David Live.
a special ‘Abbey 900 Festival’ public lecture evening arranged by CAHS in conjunction with Cotswold Archaeology and by kind permission of Wildmoor Properties Ltd. Speakers will include Martin Watts and Tim Darvill (Cotswold Archaeology), Peter Grace (The Living Memory Historical Association) and Beth Hartland (Victoria County History) Free entry, booking not required.
Looking for something to do that's fun, great value, and a hit with the whole family? Look no further than Circus Funtasia on its first ever visit to Cirencester!!
Tickets and prices from www.circusfuntasia.co.uk or call 07706 168507 or buy on the door. Please check website for times of shows.
Bands in the Park 2017 starts its programme with Cirencester Band. Bring a picnic and enjoy a relaxing afternoon in the park.
Cirencester Band is a non-contesting or community band providing entertainment for audiences and it's members. With players aged from 9 to 99," we play because we enjoy it and we hope you will enjoy listening to us".
Cirencester Band was founded in 1919 and has been entertaining audiences in and around the town for over 90 years.
The Bands in the Park programme is supported by Cirencester Community Development Trust.
Grab a blanket, gather family & friends and head down to St Michaels Park for a brilliant day for all. Be sure not to miss out!!
What will be there? Live music, Food & Vaults Bar area, Bouncy castle & Fairground rides, entertainment for kids, face paint, hair feathers, trade stalls, and much more. Our aim is to bring businesses, families and music together, in order to raise money for the Phoenix Festival 2017.
We are looking for sponsorship and people who would like stalls. Please get in touch with us and let us know if you can help in any way. Message or email firstname.lastname@example.org for a stall application form.
Voluntary Donations also gratefully accepted towards the The Phoenix Festival
The story of the girl that just wanted to be loved!
Set in the 1960s this is a vibrant musical with wonderful music, laughter and dance. Big Spender and The Rhythm of Life are the most well known songs.
Charity Hope Valentine works as a taxi dancer along with her friends, Nickie and Helene. She longs for love, but has bad luck with men, being robbed and pushed off Bow Bridge in Central Park by one ex-boyfriend.
After failing to find a new job through an employment agency, Charity meets shy Oscar Lindquist in a stuck elevator. They strike up a relationship, but Charity does not reveal what she does for a living. When she finally does tell Oscar, well you will have to wait and see.
Monday 1 May (Bank Holiday) 10am – 5pm
THE MARKET PLACE, Cirencester, GL7 2NW
Fleece Fair, celebrating Cirencester and the history of the wool trade. A Medieval Fair, dancing and entertainment with a modern twist on all things sheep and wool.
Maypole & Morris Dancing
Local Food and Drink
A BISHOP BLESSING A MEDIEVAL FLEECE FAIR
Wool Weaving and Spinning
May King & Queen Best Crown Competition
Traditional Children’s & Community Entertainment
JESSICA TURRELL AND MISUN WON
29 APRIL – 28 MAY
Two curated showcases of contemporary jewellery in our shop. Part of the Select Festival presented by SIT Select
"SIT Select celebrates diversity and always presents challenging inspiring work. The jewellers that I have chosen reflect this. Each works with widely differing materials – metal type, thread, enamel and digital technologies; each combines fine handcrafted skills and traditional metalwork techniques using silver and gold." Mary La Trobe-Bateman, Jewellery Showcase Curator
Misun Won shows an Oriental sensitivity to her designs by combining a depth of colour in red thread with the richness of fine metals.
Jessica Turrell presents a collection of finely crafted enamel jewellery to showcase at New Brewery Arts. Jessica creates work that moves away from traditional enamel practice in order to achieve a more ambiguous and expressive material quality. Her work has a tactile delicacy whilst making pieces that reward the wearer’s close attention with an intricate and detailed surface.
Curated by Mary La Trobe-Bateman in partnership with the Select Festival.
St. George's Day and Shakespeare's Birthday!
There will always be an England, so let's celebrate English culture, music and dance, paired with the tasting of English red and white wine and blue cheeses for a perfect combination, all in the setting of the Royal Agricultural University's dining hall.
Truly English - With so many celebrated composers and poets locally and farther afield, like Shakespeare, Vaughan Williams, Holst there’s plenty of scope for a varied and interesting programme. Immerse all your senses in everything English.
Local Performers - Morris dancing? Not just any old dance group - we've got the only female Morris dance group in the world!
Making a Contribution – Everybody who buys a ticket will be directly helping local Gloucestershire charity The Wiggly Worm to feed a good, nutritious meal made to someone living in food poverty in Gloucestershire, which will make a huge difference to their day.
Sunday 23 April at Royal Agricultural University 6 – 9.30pm
RED WHITE and BLUE
Here we go again! It's Pancast's 4th Anniversary and this year we want you to get up and dance and party the night away!
We are lucky to have 3 of the bands that blew everyone away at the PHOENIX FESTIVAL 2015.
YOUNG VINTAGE are a young group with their own twist on all the hits!
MEMPHIS SUNDOGS play all the hits from the 50's, 60's and more!
And finally making their triumphant return to Cirencester THE LITTLE RED KINGS!
Along with Pav, Neil and friends it will be a night to remember. Tickets are just £10 each and available by emailing Pancast@live.com
Tickets for Any Questions on 7 April 2017 are available to collect from Visitor Information Centre at the Corinium Museum, Park St, or the Town Council Information office in Bingham House, Dyer St. Cirencester, or by post if you send a stamped addressed A5 size envelope to Abbey 900, 72 Cricklade St, Cirencester GL7 1JN with the number of tickets required (no more than 4 per booking – LATEST DATE FOR POSTAL BOOKINGS – 3 APRIL).
Charities are facing turbulent times as funding and donations are harder to get and recent scandals have affected public trust. Yet the social need for voluntary and community activity is greater than ever.
Exciting Opportunities for Young Volunteers at the Proposed New Ozone Café
Ozone Cirencester is looking for volunteers to help establish and run the new Ozone Café at Kingshill Skate Park in Cirencester.
After consulting with young people in the town, Ozone has decided to change the way youth services are provided to best meet the needs of the young people of Cirencester. The Ozone Youth Club, previously held at the Impact Centre in Lewis Lane has stopped and work has been focussed on the innovative idea of the Ozone Café. This has included forming the Ozone Youth Partnership.
The Ozone Café will be based at the skate park in Cirencester and will deliver youth services to young people as well as operating a café for young people and parents visiting the site. Volunteers will have the opportunity to learn important life and work skills including customer service skills and retail skills; it is also hoped that accredited training will be offered, for example food hygiene and health and safety.
The recently formed Ozone Youth Partnership has been working to develop the idea into reality and includes representation from the Cirencester Town Council, Cirencester Community Development Trust, Cirencester College, The Churn Project and Decimal Skatestore.
Young volunteers are required, as well as adults and young adults who are willing to volunteer as assistants or mentors. Opening times of the café are yet to be confirmed and will be decided once volunteers have found, the aim is to open during the Easter School Holidays. It is hoped that the café will be open from March to October most days for a selected period of time. Saturday and Sundays will be the most important days for the café to open due to the increase in visitors at these times.
There are a number of volunteers’ options on offer including being part of a Youth Project Team, working alongside Clare Bartlett, Youth Support Officer and the Cirencester Town Council Team to establish the café working with the users of the skate park to ensure the services provided by the hub are what they require and helping to run the café.
Clare Bartlett, Youth Support Officer with Cirencester Town Council said “Having a permanent fixture at the skate park will enable us to engage with a wide range of young people and families.
The skate park is a flag ship for Cirencester and the one thing missing is a café, it would provide a service to visitors and help to stop anti social behaviour whilst providing valuable opportunities for young people in Cirencester to gain work based skills that they can use in the future. The idea is supported by Watermoor C of E School and the local Police team”.
If you are interested in any of the above positions or would like more information or an application form to volunteer, please contact Clare Bartlett by emailing email@example.com. Ozone Youth Partnership will also be represented at the forthcoming Youth Market on the 22nd March and will be giving a presentation at Cirencester College on the 29th March. Application forms will be available at both these events and interviews will be held in April.
Volunteers for the café must be over 16 and be willing to attend relevant training to enable the hub to operate effectively. Volunteers for the Project Team must be over 13.
Regular updates and other useful information to support young people can be found via the Youth Partnership’s social media accounts; Twitter: @Ozoneciren and Facebook @Cirencester.Ozone.