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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 […]

Police are offering a large reward for information leading to the arrest of Brett Ireson, who is wanted in connection with a shooting in Matson last week. A £2500 reward is available for information directly leading to his arrest and another £2500 for information directly leading to the recovery of the firearm used. Officers investigating […]

Gloucestershire Police are asking Birmingham residents to help trace a missing train enthusiast who may have travelled to the area. Peter Luker, 70, was last seen at his home address in the Hester’s Way area of Cheltenham at around 9.50am on Tuesday July 6, and was reported missing by his wife at 3.45pm. After an […]

12/07/2010 – The following school has reported as being closed :- Cheltenham – Gloucester Road Primary School * New entry * , NOTE – Due to a burst pipe and flooding, the water supply to the school has been turned off. As such the school will close at 11.30am today, Monday 12 Jul 10. Parents […]

POLICE have launched a crackdown after £32,000 worth of bikes were stolen in the last two months. The spate of thefts have taken place in Gloucester city centre and the Barton Street area over May and June.  The Gate streets were hardest hit in the centre of Gloucester while Bruton Way and Weston Road were the […]

People have flocked to see a 1,000 year old poo previously kept hidden in the Gloucester City Museum & Art Gallery. 11,000 visitors saw it when it was loaned to the Gloucestershire County Council’s Archaeology Service for their display in the Discovery Zone of the Cheltenham Science Festival. It proved to be so popular with […]

Gloucestershire County Council’s Chief Executive proved that even confident and experienced cyclists can benefit from brushing up on their cycling skills. Pete Bungard, a keen and regular cyclist, received cycle training with Sheila Corkett, Gloucestershire Road Safety Partnership’s Manager, last Friday from the partnership’s Cycling Coordinator, Don Muir. Don said: “Our adult cycle training is […]

On Friday 25th June, Katharine Lady Berkeley’s School Energy Management Team (SEMT) took part in a two hour inter-school sharing event hosted by the SEMT at Chosen Hill School, Churchdown. The Severn Wye Energy Agency’s (SWEA) 2010 Young Energy People (YEP) project event saw Matt Thames, Project Manager at Magnox North deliver a presentation about […]

Police are appealing for witnesses of an assault in Liquid Nightclub in Gloucester to come forward. The incident happened at around 2am on Sunday, June 20 at the club in Eastgate Street. An 18-year-old man from Gloucester was assaulted, causing him serious injuries to his head, face and legs. Detective Constable Richard Brunsdon, Of Gloucester […]

The procedures for applying for a school place in Gloucestershire state schools for September 2011 have changed. Due to national changes in the school admissions process, the closing dates for applications and grammar school testing have been brought forward for children starting school in September. All parents will be invited to state up to a […]

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