1:36pm Thursday 6th June 2013
1:50pm Tuesday 4th June 2013
9:08am Tuesday 30th April 2013
THIS Saturday, May 4, an audience of around 400 music lovers will pack out the Parish Church in Cirencester to hear more than 110 singers and a 35-strong orchestra performing as part of the Cirencester Choral Society.
12:19pm Tuesday 23rd April 2013
12:30pm Thursday 25th April 2013
11:38am Thursday 14th March 2013
During National Apprenticeship Week young people and employers are being encouraged to see if apprenticeships could be right for them. Charlotte Shepherd looks at what Cirencester College can offer to a would-be apprentice and also asks what is in it for the employer?
12:48pm Thursday 21st February 2013
Almshouse charities can be found across the Cotswolds, including Cirencester, Tetbury and Stow on the Wold. Many people imagine that almshouses are relics from the past but with 35,000 people living in them across the UK, these charities are providing a vital need for social housing. Charlotte Shepherd looks at the relevance of almshouse charities today.
12:00pm Tuesday 22nd January 2013
10:38am Tuesday 22nd January 2013
In February Colesbourne Park will open up its renowned gardens for its annual snowdrop display. And with the collection of snowdrops (galanthus) now totalling 250 cultivars, there is sure to be something to please everyone.
12:00pm Thursday 10th January 2013
GYMNASTICS has had a fantastic year. Olympic bronze medal success for Team GB favourite Beth Tweddle in front of an ecstatic home crowd was one highlight. But it was the men's gymnastics squad who really caught the imagination, winning their first team medal in a century by claiming bronze.