A FREE exhibition starts in Cirencester this weekend.

Cirencester: A Life Well Lived exhibition at Bingham House - which is situated in Dyer Street, Cirencester - opens its doors to the public tomorrow, Saturday, July 29.

This exhibition has been organised by the Bingham Library Trust and celebrates the lives of Cirencester residents throughout history. 

It looks at many aspects of life, from social and leisure activities to education and work. 

The artworks, photographs and archives are taken from the trust's collections. 

In honour of the library’s centenary, the Bingham Trust hosted its very first exhibition in the refurbished Reading Room turned gallery in 2005.

The trust organises different exhibitions annually to ensure a regularly changing display. 

This new exhibition will be open every Saturday from July 29 to October 7 between 11am-3pm. 

In addition, Bingham Library will be celebrating Heritage Open Days on Saturday, September 9 between 11am-3pm with tours of the building at 11am,12pm, 1pm and 2pm.

Also, the library trust is participating in the Big Draw and will be hosting summer drawing drop-in sessions on Saturday, August 12 and on Saturday, October 7, 

Both drawing events will run 11am-3pm with activities for all ages.

Regular updates about these events will be posted on the Bingham Library Trust Facebook page.