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Bible display opens

Over fifty people gathered this morning in Guisborough Library to see Philippa Gregory unveil the Gisburne Bible display. After a short speech, Philippa whisked the cover off the display case and everyone was able to study the Bible and find…

A big day

The Gisburne Bible arrived back in Guisborough today for the first time in almost 500 years. It is now in the stunning display case, ready for the official opening of the display by the well-known author, Philippa Gregory, at 10.30am…

A case for…

Today the display case for the Gisburne Bible was delivered and assembled by Stuart and Barry from About Presentation. It looks great, even without its contents, which are due to arrive tomorrow. Thank you to Stuart and Barry for all…

Guisborough Library gets ready

A big thank you to Carol and all the staff at Guisborough Library who have been helping to prepare the library for the arrival of the Gisburne Bible later this week. They have made a lovely space for the display…

World Qi Gong Day

Twenty five people celebrated Word Qi Gong Day on 14th September with an hour long Qi Gong session in Gisborough Priory. Thanks go to John and Dorothy Poole for leading and organising the session.

Help raise funds when you shop online

Gisborough Priory Project will receive a payment from #easyfundraising if we raise £15 or more in donations by 30th September! You can help us hit this target by remembering to use #easyfundraising EVERY time you shop online. 4,000 shops and…

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Tai chi

The sun shone on the 70 people who took part in the first tai chi session in the priory this year. This gentle exercise session, suitable for all ages was expertly led by John and Dorothy Poole. There will be…

Butterflies galore

There are clouds of butterflies feasting on the plants in the priory, especially the buddleia. Why not come and see for yourself. You could also take part in the Big Butterfly Count – find out more at where you…