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Gloucester Park is currently used for a wide range of community events; from Saturday morning Park Runs and recent Black Lives Matter events to carnivals, funfairs and fireworks.
A resident’s introduction to Gloucester
A brief Backstory
The park began life in 1815 as part of the Spa Pleasure Grounds, and was opened as a park in 1848. A war memorial at the park entrance commemorates both World Wars and the Korean War.
On the way to the bandstand, you will pass a 1930s statue to Robert Raikes, born in Gloucester in 1736, and best known as one of the founders of the Sunday School movement.
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