© Cirencester Archaeological & Historical Society & Contributors 2016-7 Registered Charity no. 287289
Cirencester Archaeological & Historical Society

Linda Walls’

Regal

photoshoot

In the final days before the last cinema in town closed, CAHS committee member Linda Walls, with full permission, took a large numbers of photographs of the exterior and interior of the Regal, which stood in Lewis Lane. Linda sadly died in 2006. History was one of her several enthusiasms. The photo record is our memorial to her. The selection here is changed from time to time. Today the site is occupied by the Bingham Close housing development. You can now see films at the Corinium  Museum once a month. A new cinema has planning permission on the edge of the Brewery Car Park; as yet there are no signs it will actually be built. The proposed tenant is making losses elsewhere (Daily Telegraph). There is another photogallery, from the Kibble Collection
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© CAHS & contributors 2016-7 Registered Charity 287289
Cirencester Archaeological  & Historical Society

Linda Walls’ Regal

photoshoot

In the final days before the last cinema in town closed, CAHS committee member Linda Walls, with full permission, took a large numbers of photographs of the exterior and interior of the Regal, which stood in Lewis Lane. Linda sadly died in 2006. History was one of her several enthusiasms. The photo record is our memorial to her. The selection here is changed from time to time. Today the site is occupied by the Bingham Close housing development. You can now see films at the Corinium  Museum once a month. A new cinema has planning permission on the edge of the Brewery Car Park; as yet there are no signs it will actually be built. The proposed tenant is making losses elsewhere (Daily Telegraph). There is another photogallery, from the Kibble Collection
Click thumbnail to enlarge