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Police are offering a £2000 reward for information directly leading to the arrest of Tom Kevin Wood, who is wanted in connection to an incident in Rosebery Road in Dursley earlier this year.  Officers investigating the incident on Sunday February 14, in which a 29-year-old man suffered injuries, have made a number of arrests but […]

This weekend hundreds of Members of UK Youth Parliament travel to Belfast to take part in a national youth summit. For the first time in its history, the UK Youth Parliament will be holding its annual sitting in Northern Ireland. Over 300 Members of Youth Parliament, including 37 from the South West, aged 11-18, will […]

Are you a qualified social worker? Gloucestershire County Council is asking social workers to consider a return to the profession. The council is taking part in a national scheme, working with the Children’s Workforce Development Council (CWDC), to encourage social workers to return to the profession. Interviews for interested Gloucestershire former social workers will take […]

Gloucestershire County Council wants to know what you think about its plan for managing transport in the county. At the end of 2009, we asked you what the county’s transport priorities for the next 15 years should be through our talking transport consultation. More than 600 people responded and this has helped us shape our […]

A man wanted in connection with an alleged shooting in Matson was arrested in the early hours of this morning.  Police today issued the following statement: Brett Ireson was arrested in Churchdown in the early hours of today, Wednesday, July 21. Responding to information from the public, armed police officers attended an address in Sandfield […]

Gloucestershire County Council’s archaeology team has discovered a 19th century gravestone while working on the Gloucester Linkages scheme. The gravestone was found down a well and is thought to have come from the burial ground of the Independent Chapel which stood on the west side of Southgate Street. The discovery comes just weeks after workers […]

An information service for families with a disabled child has lots of great ideas for things to do over the summer holidays. The Key, an information service provided by GUiDE and PALS and funded by Gloucestershire County Council, is offering families who have a disabled child, leisure passes for free and discounted activities. The leisure […]

At just after 9am on Saturday, July 17, police received a report of a serious assault at a house in Belgrove Terrace in Gloucester. The assault is believed to have taken place between 7.30am and 9am on that morning. The victim, a 19-year-old man from Gloucester, suffered a stab wound to the leg and facial […]

At around 3.15am on Saturday, July 17, police received a report of a serious assault outside a house in Pitt Street, Gloucester. A 43-year-old man from Gloucester had suffered serious head injuries and was taken to Gloucestershire Royal Hospital, where his condition is described as stable. Three women were arrested in connection with the incident […]

Anyone over the age of 9 years will be able to learn new skills or brush up on old ones at any of three summer cycling courses starting at the end of July. Gloucestershire’s Road Safety Partnership has organised the courses at three locations. The courses take place over 3 days between 10am and 12 […]

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