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Still time to apply for rural tourism funding

Still time to apply for rural tourism funding

Weather: showers and sunny spells

Weather: showers and sunny spells

Pictured (left to right ): joint winners of the Corporate Award  category, members from The Nelson Trust and The Churn Project with their nominators, Tessa Webb (Nelson Trust), Julie Weir (Lister United Communications), Richard Snell (Lister United Commun

Cirencester firm Havas Helia handed Local Business award after year of supporting The Churn Project

Cotswold District Council offices in Cirencester

Scheme to save Cotswold District £1.7m a year given cross-party support

Alleged crack cocaine and heroin dealer bailed again as police investigations continue

Alleged crack cocaine and heroin dealer bailed again as police investigations continue

Ukip Cotswolds' branch chairman Chris Harlow

Ukip's Chris Harlow 'absolutely delighted' about Nigel Farage visit

Navjot Sawhney

Blogger from Malmesbury reaches thousands across the world with his daily positive messages

Malmesbury fireworks night to go ahead

Malmesbury fireworks night to go ahead

Pam Ayres (far right) with Oak and Furrows Wildlife Rescue Centre staff at the open day

Oak and Furrows Wildlife Rescue Centre showcase new facilities at open day

All Blacks star Dan Carter with Cirencester's Robert Beaven

Cirencester chiropractor lands dream job keeping All Blacks world cup team in peak condition

Long Street in Tetbury, where the HSBC branch is currently located

Tetbury Town Council tell HSBC they are 'dismayed and disappointed' with decision to leave town

HRH the Duke of Gloucester unveils a hare at the launch with Florence Beetlestone to his immediate left

Duke of Gloucester unveils Hare Festival Way in Cirencester

Two arrested after fire near Peel Centre St Ann Way Gloucester

Two arrested after fire near Peel Centre St Ann Way Gloucester

Stock picture of apples

Apple picking days at Barton House Orchard

Stock picture

Weather: showers and cloudy skies


The formal opening of the Cirencester Cricket Club pavilion with (l-r): chairman Nick Price, club president Lord Bathurst, Standard columnist John Light and former chairman Brian Hudson

CRICKET: Cirencester CC's upgraded facilities will 'attract and retain new participants', says ECB

Danny Kent

MOTORCYCLING: Tetbury's Danny Kent could clinch world Moto3 title this weekend in Japan

Cirencester Town boss Brian Hughes

FOOTBALL: Two more added to Cirencester Town's injury list ahead of visit to Frome

A dejected Ben Morgan leaves the field on Saturday. Picture: David Davies/PA Wire.

RUGBY WORLD CUP: No way back for Ben Morgan and Jonny May

Conor Adams of CHQ Utd (dark blue) against Intel in the M4 Karting Cirencester & District League. Picture: Terry Parker

FOOTBALL: Ashton Keynes join Oaksey in round two of the Wiltshire FA Junior Cup

Stuart Henderson of Bath AC receives his prize as the winner of the Cricklade Half-Marathon from Town Crier Eric Cribbs

ATHLETICS: Stuart Henderson storms to victory in the Cricklade Half-Marathon

Local golf

GOLF: Nicholas Brown and youngster Luke Hopegood dominate Cirencester's October Medal

Britain's world champion Tai Woffinden

SPEEDWAY UPDATE: Swindon asset Jason Doyle shows up well in first Grand Prix series - but Woffinden is champ again

The Barnsley Beeches crcket team who provided one of John Light's highlights of the 2015 season

INSIDE THE PAVILION: My awards for the 2015 cricket season

Local youth football

YOUTH FOOTBALL: Malmesbury Vics U18s hit four goals but still make life difficult

Local football

FOOTBALL: Oaksey Reserves maintain their unbeaten away record

Former Cirencester Town captain Shayne Anson, left, who has returned to the club

FOOTBALL: It feels like I have come home, says former Cirencester skipper Shayne Anson

The successful Westonbirt School equestrian team at the international school’s event (l-r): Amelia Ford, Amelia James, Sophie Spratling and Marina Jacobs

EQUESTRIAN: Success for Westonbirt School at international one-day event

Hat-trick man Joe Hiscock of Purton

FOOTBALL: Purton end goal drought by hitting seven at Shortwood

National Sport

Sunderland chairman Ellis Short has reached a crossroads

Ellis Short facing tough recruitment task at Sunderland

Jose Mourinho has until Thursday to respond to a Football Association misconduct charge

FA await Jose Mourinho response to misconduct charge

Jurgen Klopp is seen as the ideal fit at Liverpool

Stefan Effenberg: Liverpool job suits Jurgen Klopp

Ireland fly-half Johnny Sexton, pictured, knows he is destined for another physical battle with France's Mathieu Bastareaud

Ireland talisman Johnny Sexton wary of France juggernaut Mathieu Bastareaud


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