Links

The Badminton Church Restoration FundThe Great Badminton Church Restoration Fund

The website of The Badminton Church Restoration Fund, which was established in 2015 to raise funds for the urgently needed renovation of St. Michael and All Angels, Great Badminton.


The Badminton EstateBadminton Estate

The website of the Duke of Beaufort's Badminton Estate, where information about the estate, weddings, lettings and country pursuits can be found.


Mitsubishi Motors Badminton Horse TrialsMitsubishi Motors Badminton Horse Trials

The website of the world-famous Mitsubishi Badminton Horse Trials, which are held on the Badminton Estate each spring. All information about the event can be found here.


Friends of St. Mary's, Hawkesbury

The Friends of St Mary’s Hawkesbury was established over 30 years ago,having been set-up by people who care deeply about the beauty and tranquillity of the church and its grounds.  They recognised that supporting such a monument is beyond the means of normal parish activity.


The Gloucestershire Historic Churches TrustThe Gloucestershire Historic Churches Trust

GHCT supports Gloucestershire's church buildings – helping keep them alive as places of worship, active centres of community life and landmarks of our architectural heritage.


The Diocese of GloucesterDiocese of Gloucester

The website of the Diocese of Gloucester. All information and contacts for the diocese an be found here.


Gloucester CathedralGloucester Cathedral

The website of the Cathedral Church of St. Peter and the Holy and Indivisible Trinity in Gloucester. The site details current and future events, as well as the history and mission of the cathedral.


The Counselling DirectoryCounselling Directory

Counselling Directory provides a huge support network of counsellors, enabling visitors to find a counsellor close to them and appropriate for their needs.


The Gloucestershire SocietyThe Gloucestsershire Society

The Gloucestershire Society is the oldest surviving County Society, having been founded in 1657 (during the Commonwealth Era), by wealthy Bristol and Gloucestershire individuals and merchants. Its original charitable aim is still its prime objective today. It provides small grants - on average £50 - £150 per grant - to individuals in dire emergency need in the Ceremonial County of Gloucestershire (Bristol north of the River Avon through to north Gloucestershire. On average it receives and also grants £50,000 per annum.