On Saturday 5 th September, the City of Gloucester came alive. The gate streets were filled with young and old keen to enjoy the celebrations of ‘Gloucester Day’. ‘The day was first held in the modern era on 5 September 2009 but originally dates from the lifting of the Siege of Gloucester in 1643, during which the city held out against Royalist forces...
You may have heard that our poor Scrumpty ‘The Tailor’ lost an ear during the first weekend of the Scrumpty Trail. Fortunately it didn't take all the kings horses and all the kings men to put scrumpty back together again just a very good artist! Thanks to the talented artist at Scrumpty HQ, The Tailor now looks as good as new.
As part of the exciting re-brand at Naylor Powell the new for-sale boards have landed! Property signs are a 24 hour sales tool and they should be both distinctive and eye catching. A visible for-sale board will attract buyers that may not even think they are looking to move until they see the sign on the house they have always driven past and admired.
The Scrumpty Trail is a public art event taking place in the City of Gloucester from the start of August through to October 2015. Organisers, Marketing Gloucester, are expecting millions of visitors to the City in the search for the 20 Scrumpty characters all painted by well renowned artists and inspired by the landscaped and history of Gloucestershire.
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