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HRH The Duke of Kent has lunch with the Masons in Stroud
Accompanied by Dame Janet Trotter, Lord Lieutenant of Gloucestershire, and The Hon Hugh Tollemache, High Sheriff of Gloucestershire, he arrived at The Hill in Merrywalks just before 12.45pm.
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Neil Carmichael praises Neighbourhood Plans during Parliamentary debate
STROUD MP Neil Carmichael this week praised the work of communities in Chalford, Dursley and Eastington in working towards compiling neighbourhood plans, during a debate in the House of Commons.
Meet Colin The Crocodile Cropper
COLIN The Crocodile Copper will be in Tewkesbury next week as his 'Thank You For Keeping Me Safe Campaign' is rolled out across Gloucestershire.
Tue Mar 04, 2014
Four French maids flip pancakes for foodbank
The team from Faux Flower Design - sisters Robyn and Claudia Thomas with mum Eva Thomas and family friend Charlotte Gibson at the Malvern Rotary Club pancake race FLORISTS dressed as French maids flipped themselves all the way to the semi-finals of a pancake race for Stroud foodbank.
Mon Mar 03, 2014
Shadow education secretary Tristram Hunt voices opposition to Steiner free school on visit to Stroud
SHADOW education secretary Tristram Hunt criticised plans for a Steiner free school in Stroud during a trip to the town on Thursday .
Stroud News and Journal: Stroud MP Neil Carmichael
'A trade agreement between the EU and the US would save the average family A 400 a year' - says MP Neil Carmichael 'A trade agreement between the EU and the US would save the average family A 400 a year' - says MP Neil Carmichael 'A trade agreement between the EU and the US would save the average family A 400 a year' - says MP Neil Carmichael FREE ... (more)
Green Party councillor Philip Booth to step-down at May's local elections
GREEN Party district councillor Philip Booth has announced that he will be standing down as the elected representative for the Randwick, Whiteshill and Ruscombe ward at local elections this May. The local Green Party politician, who runs a popular blog, @Ruscombe Green, which provides information and insight about various community projects in the ... (more)
Fri Feb 28, 2014
A father caught three times over the limit faces two year ban
A FATHER has been banned from driving for two years after being caught at the wheel almost three times over the limit.
Mon Feb 24, 2014
Stroud News and Journal:
Thomas Keble School pupil Lauren Whitestone, 16, has won the local round of this year's Rotary Club Chef Competition TEENAGE chef Lauren Whitestone, 16, from Bisley, is celebrating after winning the local round of this year's Rotary Club Chef Competition.
Thu Feb 20, 2014
Marling trio charm their way to Lanzarote
Marling School students Joe Marshall, Will Smith and Alastair Bolton travelled all the way to Lanzarote with just A 10, a passport and some charm Dressed in bright pink lycra suits, friends Joe Marshall, Will Smith and Alastair Bolton travelled all the way to Lanzarote with just A 10, a passport and some charm.
Wed Feb 19, 2014
Uley Community Store profits donated to Stroud District Foodbank
Aide Jones and Will Mansell, left, of the Stroud District Food Bank and some of the volunteers at Uley Community Stores collecting the donated food Hundreds of packets of sugar and jars of coffee will soon be winding their way to needy people across the Stroud district thanks to the efforts at Uley Community Stores.
Stroud district planners return to TV screens in documentary series
STROUD District Council's planning officers return to the small screens in a fly-on-the-wall documentary series lifting the lid on Britain's planning processes.
MP Neil Carmichael defends 3,000 office move to Nailsworth
STROUD MP Neil Carmichael has defended the cost of moving his constituency office after facing criticism from the Labour Party.
Mon Feb 17, 2014
A 8 million relocation of Stroud Metal Company makes way for Morrisons supermarket
PLANS to relocate Stroud Metal Company to a new A 8 million factory promises to create 100 new jobs for the area.
Thu Feb 13, 2014
Privacy worries remain over new railway bridge in Stroud
A DISTRICT councillor has called for an inquiry into what can be done to help residents who feel their privacy has been compromised by a new railway footbridge in Stroud.
Wed Feb 12, 2014
CAMPAIGNERS have vowed to fight resubmitted plans for 150 homes in Leonard Stanley.
It was revealed this week that new plans by developer Gladman for homes on Mankley Field were being recommended for approval.
Ryan Davis, 18, becomes youngest Chalford parish councillor
Ryan Davis, 18, has has become the youngest person to serve on Chalford Parish Council after being voted on by members during a meeting on Thursday night A TEENAGER who dreams of becoming an MP for Stroud in the 2020 election has become the youngest person to serve on Chalford Parish Council.
Mon Feb 10, 2014
Stroud News and Journal:
CAMPAIGNERS have expressed disappointment after it was announced that a major new health study examining potential links between incinerator emissions and child deaths has been delayed.
Fri Feb 07, 2014
Stroud News and Journal: Worcestershire firefighters ready to help badly flood-hit Somerset
At 6 am today, Friday, the level at the Eastington Gauge was 1.8 metres and rising and more rainfall is forecast over the next few days which may cause levels to rise further.