Renault has collaborated with Central Saint Martins, University of the Arts London to offer the renowned college’s MA Industrial Design students the exclusive opportunity to experience the French car manufacturer’s pioneering Global Design…
THE number of house sales failing to successfully complete in the South West is less than the national average, with 27 per cent of house sales falling through in the region in the past 12 months, according to data released today by the UK’s…
The proposed new legislation for the insuring of self-driving cars will have a significant role in the adoption and integration of the breakthrough technology that can help reduce traffic congestion and vehicle incidents on UK roads, as well as…
The Big Feastival has announced its inspiring Healthy Living Zone line up featuring master classes led by experts from the worlds of wellbeing and healthy eating.
DEAR Mr Geoffrey Clifton-Brown (MP for the Cotswolds), I am writing to encourage you and your staff to please support, and actively and promptly work to solve critical car parking needs for Cirencester.
RESIDENTS living near the RAF Fairford base have been issued with vehicle stickers to help ease the traffic flow during the Royal International Air Tattoo (RIAT) in July.
Ford’s first generation S-MAX demonstrated that larger MPVs don’t have to be boring. The latest model reinforces that point.
MORE than 100 guests flocked to the official launch of the 2016 Cotswold Show and Food Festival.
TEAMS of men aged 50 and above are invited to sign up for next season’s Gloucestershire FA (GFA) Walking Football League following the success of the county’s inaugural campaign, writes Simon Parkinson.
LEAVING the EU will put the protection of some of the South West’s iconic conservation sites at risk, Green MEP Molly Scott Cato has warned.
WHILST Cotswold District Council is looking at the under-provision of car parking, even short term expedient solutions will take time to become operative.
DRESSAGE superstars Charlotte Dujardin and Valegro are heading back to Hartpury, hoping that the Festival of Dressage proves the springboard to more Olympic success, writes Emma Smith.
FOLLOWING the devastating floods over the winter, there is at last some good news for homeowners affected by flooding.
IN JUNE 1968 the people of Tetbury were delighted with the opening of the brand new site for St Mary’s C of E school.
THE Brewery Blues will be hosting a night celebrating local talent next month.
CIRENCESTER head pro Ed Goodwin finished in a tie for 19th place in the prestigious Total Triumph Classic at the Oake Manor Golf Club in Taunton with rounds of 69 and 72.
CIRENCESTER Golf Club captain Rodney Williams hosted his 2016 away day on the Beaufort course of Chipping Sodbury Golf Club with 40 members taking part.
A TEAM of top cyclists will be stepping off their bikes and running up and down a hill as they hope to break world record times at the Woolsack Races this Monday.
EIGHT in 10 Brits would rather do DIY than hire a professional. An impressive 85 per cent would rather do the decorating themselves than hire a professional. A quarter (25 per cent) of us admit to judging the appearance of people’s homes.
A WOMAN from Upper Minety has knitted a staggering 150 blankets for charity.
AN EIGHTEEN-year-old from Farmor’s School will be starting out a career in finance in Zurich after graduating this summer.
A LONG-STANDING councillor received praise from both sides of the political divide last week when he was made an Honorary Alderman.
GARDENS across Gloucestershire will be opening to raise money for charities supported by the National Gardens Scheme.
A LEADING UK education charity based in Fairford has appointed a new chief executive.
THE campaign to bring a radiotherapy centre to Swindon, slashing travel time for cancer patients in north Wiltshire receiving treatment, has received nearly £2,000 a day over the past year.
MY partner and I drove from our home in North East Bristol to visit the beautiful market town of Cirencester last Thursday, May 19, as we have done fairly infrequently over the last two years or so.
YOUNG mountaineers from Farmor’s School will be conquering three of the highest mountains in England, Wales and Scotland within 24 hours.
This hit show combines first class music, the slickest choreography and an amazing band to deliver truly outstanding performances for the best Motown experience you will ever have.
THE weekly market at the Market Cross in Malmesbury has struggled over the past 12 months.
A MOTORCYCLING legend was unable to pick up a council honour due to illness.