Express By Holiday Inn Hotel Gloucester

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Telford Way, Gloucester, United Kingdom
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by gidbi

I will travel to Thewkwesbury in a few weeks,and Ill might work there in the company of oberthur card system.But Iam afraid of unsuccessful iterview.I dont speek in engish very well and if the interview wont be managged then I wil have to seek another job.
I dont want to come back home because the travel is very expensive for me and I cant afford to do it.I plan my stay in your country for at least a year,and during that time improving my english.

I would be grateful if someone could serve me any kind of information about seeking jobs or accomodation on that arrea,because I dont know that city and dont know the possiblityes(everything suit me that I can do).I have seen the hotels but those are too expensive,but I havent found another possiblity.Are there any other one(rental room etc).it also would be good in the other towns nereby.

If sombody can serve me anything please let me know.My email
Im of course looking for frieds you might also send me an friendy message,because.As I learn the language because I think its terrible,then who knows?! :)(: thank for spending time..



Re: sziasztok

by Sjalen

You could find a job through one of the many Job agencies in England. Every town has at least a handful and depending on the type of work you do, language might not always need to be perfect. Just go to the town you want, and look for Hays Accountancy, Reed, Manpower or other local agencies. Work through these could be anything from offices to restaurants and hotels to potato picking...The latter of course doesn't give you much money, but at least you get to stay in England and improve your English.

As for apartments, check the local paper for rooms to share. You can also try the local youth hostels, many have separate rooms for their staff which might be available for you if they know you will stay long.

Re: Re: sziasztok

by Elenitsa

For jobs - try Travail have an office in Gloucester.

Travel Tips for Gloucester

Cathedral Gargoyles

by Balam

Gloucester Cathedral has some really fantastic Gargoyles, They look like they have crept down from their rooftop perches to steal some musical instruments which they now hold tightly while looking down from the Cathedral's gutters.

More to do, more info

by jayhawk2000

Other sights to visit include the House of the Tailor of Gloucester, a twee shop said to inspire Beatrix Potter's tale of the same name.

At Eastgate there is an interpretive centre about the old Roman defences.

The Guildhall is a concert hall with an art gallery, cafe and cinema.

The City Museum & Art Gallery has a wide range of exhibits, from fossils and Roman artefacts to paintings by Gainsborough and Turner.

At the Gloucester Folk Museum you can learn about local trades.

There is a farmers market on the third Friday of each month at Westgate.

For more information on visiting Gloucester, click on over to, email your queries to or ring 0145 239 6572.

Blackfriars Abbey

by Balam

Built between 1239 and 1270 Blackfriars is one of the most complete Dominican Priories to survive from the Middle Ages.
The Dominican of Black Friars order was founded in 1217 by St Dominic and they first arrived in England in 1221. The Friars were essentially teachers and evangelists and they either travelled alone around the countyside or lived in urban friaries.
The Gloucester Black Friars were founded in 1239 on a site once a part of the bailey of the old Norman castle.
In accordance with their role as teachers the friars at Gloucester established a library, which is the oldest surviving in Britain today.
The friary prospered for the next two centuriesbut was in a steady decline by the early sixteenth century with the former complement of between thirty or forty friars reduced to a prior and only six brethren living in extreme poverty by the time of the Dissolution.

In 1539 Sir Thomas Bell who was a wealthy Gloucester 'capper and clothier', purchased the property for £240.5s.4d. He remodelled the church turning it into a private house with the other buildings being converted for cloth munutacture and providing employment for over 300 local people.

Sir Thomas Bell died in 1566 followed a year later by his wife and the property passed to the Dennis family until the late seventeenth century and by the 1930s Bell’s mansion had been divided into two separate houses along with various industrial units.
The buildings have since been restored and opened to the public.

When we visited in Febuary 2011 the Abbey buildings were undergoing restoration and it was closed.

Adult £3.50 per ticket
Child £3.00 per ticket

English Heritage Members £3.00 per ticket


by Andrew_W_K

"Gloucester city"

What an interesting city Gloucester is. Once one of the largest ports in England and yet it's nowhere near the sea, regarded as part of the Cotswolds yet it sits on the plane of the Severn Valley.
Gloucester is never what you expect it to be and yet it remains a fascinating destination for tourists.
Full of unexpected quirks like the Old Father Time clock that sits above Baker's jewellers, a Victorian treasure that lives on for people to enjoy.


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