Bringing the Shed back to life as a centre for art, entertainment, functions and social events is a centrepiece of the Trust's vision but it is by no means all of it.
When the current work on the Goods Shed is complete, TRLRT will continue to improve and enhance the former rail lands:
We're fully behind the aspiration of a bridle path running all the way from Tetbury to Kemble along the old railway path. The path and right of way to the Trouble House should be in place by autumn 2016, with bike racks next to the Goods Shed.
Left to right – Councillor Stephen Hirst (Mayor of Tetbury), Councillor Kevin Painter (Deputy Mayor of Tetbury), William Cook (Chair Of Tetbury Rail Lands Regeneration Trust), Matt Aitkenhead (Managing Director Stonewood), Ian Maslin (Director Clark and Maslin) and Mike Hopkins (Contracts Manager Stonewood).
9th June 2016. Tetbury Town Council (TTC) and Tetbury Rail Lands Regeneration Trust (TRLRT) have commenced renovation works to the Goods Shed.
After much planning and partnership work TTC and TRLRT have secured funding to commence works on the derelict Goods Shed. TTC meeting on 2 June 2016, the council unanimously agreed to commence works on the Goods Shed.
Stonewood builders have been appointed as the main contractor and will commence works week commencing 6 June 2016 . The project has been designed by Clark & Maslin who will also be project managing the works throughout.
Midsummer draws near and so we come to June and the Fabulous Baker Boys' page in the also-seriously-fabulous Tetbury Goods Shed calendar.
Hobbs House Bakery was established in the Cotswolds in the 1920s. It's a true family business with five generations of baking experience; now bringing up the sixth batch of aspiring bakers.