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Walking the past in Cirencester

Where: Cirencester

When: Wednesday, April 3, 2pm

Discover more about Cirencester's past with a talk and tour of the historic town, organised by the Corinium Museum, on April 3.

Caroline Morris will be leading the afternoon which starts with a tour of Old Cirencester through the Corinium Museum's extensive photographic collection, followed by a walk through those same streets in the modern town.

The museums holds a large photographic collection depicting Cirencester over the last 100 years.

The talk will last approximately 30 minutes followed by a 30-minute walk around the town centre. Please wear comfortable walking shoes.

The cost is £5.50 per adult, £5 for members. Booking is recommended

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