HUNDREDS of pounds worth of copper piping has been stolen from a plumber's shed at a building site in Bishops Cleeve, near Cheltenham.
TETBURY'S ever popular annual music festival is taking place between September 30 and October 4.
CUTE new faces unexpectedly appeared at a South Cerney Farm this month.
STAFF and students at the University of Gloucestershire have developed a new digital nature trail for families to discover and explore bats, bees and more at The Park campus in Cheltenham.
VETS in Cirencester are taking part in a national project which is trying to stop the spread of diseases that can be passed between dogs and people.
TICKETS are still available for Cirencester’s youth theatre MJUK’s most ambitious play to date, a new musical by Webborn and Finn, The Clockmaker’s Daughter.
AN election to fill a vacancy for the West Ward of Tetbury Town Council will be held on Thursday, September 17.
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A POPULAR Christmas Fayre will be serving up gourmet food to hungry guests when it returns for its 30th year in November.
Following the resignation of Simon Killane, a vacancy now exists for a councillor on Malmesbury Town Council.
TWO Year 8 pupils from the Cotswold School, Bourton-on-the-Water – Aidan Hughes and Laura Palmer – have enjoyed major sporting success.
A MAN in his 70s died in a multi-vehicle crash on the A420 in Faringdon yesterday.
A CAR ended up on its roof in a ditch this morning after leaving the road approaching the Air Balloon roundabout near Birdlip.
LOCAL authorities have spoken positively about the behaviour of festival-goers at WOMAD last weekend.
THE £1m Innovation Fund set up by Wiltshire's Police and Crime Commissioner has benefited more than 24,000 people, according to a recent evaluation.
RAIN did little to dampen the spirits of the 35,000 festival goers who made their annual trek to the WOMAD site at Charlton Park in Malmesbury.
CIRENCESTER Park was the scene of a gruelling 24 hour running race for charity over the weekend.
COTSWOLDS wakeboarder Steph Caller was crowned British champion 2015 at the UK Cable Wakeboard and Wakeskate National Championships last weekend.
IT WAS disappointing to miss out on the NatWest T20 Blast quarter-finals because of the Essex v Kent match being abandoned but we shouldn’t have been in a position where we had to rely on other results, writes Michael Klinger.
SWINDON TOWN chairman Lee Power has done a great job in bringing four Premiership clubs to the County Ground in pre-season with Everton, Aston Villa and West Brom putting out first XI sides to entertain the paying customers.
CHARLOTTE ELLIS admitted that the experience of walking the Turnberry course on Tuesday was “surreal”.
CIRENCESTER TOWN warmed up for their final showpiece friendly of pre-season with a 2-1 win against Hellenic Premier side and former tenants Royal Wootton Bassett Town on Tuesday night, writes Danny Hall.
TWISSELL Irene Passed away peacefully on Thursday, July 23rd, at Gloucestershire Royal Hosptial, aged 98 years. Much loved mother and mother in law of Nick and Pam, loving grandmother of Sarah and Emma and great granny of Thomas, Charlie, Rosie and Pippa. She will be greatly missed by all her Family and Friends. A Celebration of Irene's life will take place at Westerleigh Crematorium, on Wednesday, August 5th at 1.45 p.m. Family flowers only, donations in lieu may be sent for (and made payable to) PDSA c/o Fred Stevens Funeral Directors, Newmarket Road, Nailsworth. GL6 0DQ. or donate online at www.fredstevens.co.uk
DEB and STEVE ROBERTS August 4th Congratulations and best wishes on your SILVER WEDDING ANNIVERSARY Love Mum, Dad and Family