Relocation of the Circuit Office

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We are moving

Following many months of searching we are pleased to let you know that from 1 August the Circuit Office has moved to:

18 College Green
Gloucester
GL1 2LR

Our telephone number and email address remains the same as before

For those not sure where this is, it is in the precincts of the Cathedral. If you approach the Cathedral from Westgate Street, via the ally way where 'The Taylor of Gloucester' shop is (College Court), the office is on the ground floor of number 18, on the right-hand side as you enter College Green (the area in front of the Cathedral).

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