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A new graffiti street art piece, suspected of being a Banksy, appeared in, Cheltenham England Monday April 14, 2014.
Father-of-two Stephen Baker will tackle a four-day cycle ride from London to Paris to raise money for his youngest son Ollie, who needs an operation to help him walk.
RAF personnel at Brize Norton are used to flying the latest mighty aircraft but on May 5 they will be hoping far less hi-tech winged creatures take off.
POLICE were called to a narrow Cirencester street last week when an awkwardly parked car caused a dustbin lorry to get stuck while out on its rounds.
Chepstow Walkers are Welcome Festival. The Singing Club of Chepstow performing at the opening of the Chepstow Walkers Festival.
These signs on a Lechlade charity shop are allowed to stay where they are, despite the shop being a listed building COUNCILLORS have said it would be wrong to take enforcement action against a Lechlade charity shop that placed signs on a listed building without permission.
A GROUP of Dursley friends have spent hundreds of hours and a vast sum of money to transform an old funeral hearse into an 80s movie icon - all in the name of charity.
A CORONER said smoke from a firework display was not the cause of one of Britain's worst motorway pile-ups.
St John Ambulance is looking for a cyclist who was revived by a life saving shock to the heart during a ride through the Cotswolds.
The winners and runners up with their entries Garry Godsall from J Harpers, Kritigya, Oliver, Ella, Georgia, Charlotte, Grace and Pete Lane from Two Rivers Housing.
The assault happened in Cambray Place between 1am and 3am on Sunday, April 13. The victim, aged 23, was speaking to a group of about 10 men, when one of the men attacked him.
Some of the Friends of Birds Marsh campaigners, who have been fighting to protect a wood north of the application site A controversial development of 750 houses on a site in Northern Chippenham, mainly of undeveloped green fields, was approved in principle at a Wiltshire Council strategic planning meeting yesterday.
Members of different groups including Clean Energy Alliance at County Hall, Trowbridge, to support plans for a solar farm near Melksham The developers behind plans for a major solar farm near Melksham say they will appeal against Wiltshire Council's decision to reject planning permission.
LISTER Petter has been saved but is moving and being renamed after a buyer came forward to acquire the stricken business, which entered administration last month.
Wotton-under-Edge Heritage centre helpers and volunteers outside their World War 1 bunker, part of their new exhibition at the centre The Wotton-under-Edge Heritage Centre is marking the 100th anniversary of the outbreak of World War I with a series of exhibits exploring local experiences during the period.
TRIBUTES have poured in for one of South Cerney's best known residents who was described as "an amazing man" by friends following his death.