Live coverage of The Queen's funeral will be shown at venues and on big screens across Gloucestershire, when the service takes place at Westminster Abbey on Monday 19 September 2022.
Since Her Majesty passed away on Thursday 8 September 2022, the people of Gloucestershire have paid tribute to her in their masses, sharing their heartfelt sympathy with floral tributes, messages of condolence and attending commemorative services in her memory.
Now, many pubs, community centres and churches across the county have made the decision to screen her funeral, giving mourners the opportunity to gather, reflect and watch the service together.
Please note, this article will be updated by SoGlos's journalists as screenings are announced.
Gloucestershire community buildings and churches screening The Queen's funeral
The BBC is providing local communities with a TV licence dispensation on the day of Her Majesty's funeral, allowing any communal setting where a TV is not usually watched — including community centres, churches and town halls — to screen the programme.
In the Cotswold district, Cirencester Parish Church in the Market Place will be screening the state funeral from 9am.
In Cheltenham, Charlton Kings Club will be opening its doors to both members and non-members to show The Queen's funeral — welcoming visitors from 10.30am to 2.30pm and opening again from 6pm on the evening.
In the Stroud district, a screening of the funeral will be held at the Chantry Centre in Dursley, attended by the Major of Dursley Symon Ackroyd. Tea and coffee will be available afterwards and the Lister Hall within the centre will be open to the public from 10am to 3pm.
There will also be a screening at Leonard Stanley Village Hall, open to the public from 9am with complimentary tea and coffee served until 10.15am; as well as at the Holy Trinity Church in Minchinhampton from 10am.
Arlingham Village Hall is showing The Queen's funeral on its big screen from 10am, with refreshments available and a hearing loop to make it accessible for those with hearing aids.
In the Forest of Dean District, St Stephen's Church in Cinderford will be open from 10am to livestream the funeral, with tea and coffee available.
Gloucestershire pubs, bars and cafés screening The Queen's funeral
Dunkertons Park, the home of Dunkertons Organic Cider on the outskirts of Cheltenham, will be screening Her Majesty's funeral, with food and drink available from all vendors.
As a village and community pub, The Plough in Prestbury has decided to remain 'quietly open' on Monday 19 September 2022, screening the funeral from 11am for anyone who would like to raise a glass to The Queen and watch the service with friends.
While Daylesford is closing, its pubs The Wild Rabbit in Kingham, The Fox at Oddington and The Maytime Inn near Burford will remain open to screen the state funeral for people to pay tribute to The Queen.
The Kings Arms at Didmarton, near Badminton, will also be showing the funeral on its big screen, as well as remaining open all day for people to pay their respects together.
Visitors to Cotswold Water Park will be able to watch The Queen's funeral on the screens inside The Gateway Café, open from 9am to 5pm.
Gloucestershire cinemas screening The Queen's funeral
While Cineworld has made the decision to close on the day of The Queen's funeral, Vue cinemas across the country will be hosting free screenings of the service.
Gloucestershire mourners can watch The Queen's funeral at Vue in Stroud from 10am, located in the town's Five Valleys Shopping Centre.