The latest lockdown has meant a bit of a reshuffling for our autumn events. See our listings below for the latest updates to the programme. We’re hoping to run these events as planned keeping in line with the latest government safety guidelines. Keep an eye on our social media pages as we wait to see how events unfold. All existing ticket holders should have been contacted and tickets remain valid for new dates. If you haven’t heard from us, please get in touch with Jasmine on firstname.lastname@example.org.
See here for full events listings.
Monthly Tea and Tour – Thursday 3rd December, 2pm
First Thursday afternoon of the month. Enjoy a cuppa while your hear about the history of the Barn and medieval rural society. Then have a look around the newly-refurbished West Barn and the rest of the site as well as the Medieval Barn itself. Book online here.
Talk: Magic in Medieval Communities – moved to Tues 8 December, 7pm
Dr Tabitha Stanmore explores the role magic played in medieval people’s everyday lives. This talk is available in person or as an online streamed ticket. For the in person booking link, click here. Or for the online booking link, click here.
Workshop: Christmas Fabric Wreath Making – Sat 5 December, 10am and 2pm
A twist on the traditional wreath, in this workshop create a beautiful fabric wreath for your home. Afternoon workshop added due to popular demand, only a few tickets left!
We very much hope to go ahead with this workshop in person as planned. If lockdown is extended, we will deliver materials to participants and Amy will deliver the workshop over zoom.
Family Fun: Tell Trails presents, A Medieval Christmas – moved to Sat 19 December
Family activities last around 2 hours and cost £5 per family. They are aimed at children aged 5-11 but pre-schoolers are welcome to join in. Covid regulations apply and pre-booking a timed slot is essential. Full details on the Barn website or book directly on ticketsource.
Talk: 180 Years of the Gloucestershire Constabulary – moved to Tues 30th March 2021
Sue Webb, force archivist with Glos police force, looks at the Constabulary in the historic county of Gloucestershire (which used to include South Glos). Booking link for the new date is here.