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    Meetings – COVID-19 Update: During the current restrictions we are holding meetings using the “Zoom” video conference system. If you are a member, you will be sent instructions on how to join these meetings by email each month. The Zoom meetings are held on the first Thursday of each month at 7:30PM. If you are …

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The Signal box is going to return to its roots. Stephen Randolph is allowing the move after looking after it very well. I wonder where it will eventually land.
One of Tetbury’s little mysteries is why a small, circular stone building near the junction of Hampton Street and Chavenage Lane should be called the Huguenot Chapel. Eric Hodson, in his History of Tetbury (1976) notes that the Pauls, a well-known Tetbury family, may have been descended from Huguenot immigrants but fails to connect them with the building. Tile structure, described as a low dovecote with an internal diameter of ten feet, was probably never anything other than a garden shelter or ornament.
There are many documents about the Close. Some date back to 1600’s and are fascinating to see the fantastic writing by the scribes.
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