Tuesday Apr 15
More people cycling to work in Stroud says new report
PEDAL power in the Five Valleys is 10 per cent greater than the increase in the neighbouring town of Cheltenham - where the number cycling to work has risen by just four per cent.
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Tuesday Apr 15
Increased number of under-fives results in more primary school places
Dunalley Primary School in Cheltenham is among the schools to benefit as they will gain an extra 30 permanent places from September 2014, to meet increased demand.
Mon Apr 14, 2014
a College set up to help people recover from mental illness will be running new courses this summer.
After a successful first year in 2013, the Severn and Wye Recovery College is now able to run further courses this summer thanks to a grant from 2gether's own Charitable Funds committee.
Sat Apr 12, 2014
Tory councillor Barbara Driver apologises for 'when rape is...
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Fri Apr 11, 2014
Tewkesbury Admag: Call for Worcestershire hospitals to lift ban on flowers rejected
CALLS for family and friends of patients in Worcestershire hospitals to be allowed to brighten up their loved one's stay with flowers have been rejected.
Wed Apr 09, 2014
This is Gloucestershire
This afternoon Cheltenham Borough Council will meet to vote on whether it wants to agree - or scrap - the controversial housing plan known as the joint core strategy.
Mon Apr 07, 2014
Tewkesbury Admag: Help for parents struggling with children's behaviour and mental issues
ABOUT 1,400 more homes and businesses in rural Worcestershire will be able to link up to high-speed fibre broadband thanks to more than A 1 million of government cash.
Tewkesbury Admag: prescott fesival Credit photographer Allan Rhodes
The event took place yesterday at the Prescott Hill Climb, near Winchcombe, in aid of the Nationwide Association of Blood Bikes and its member group, Severn Freewheelers.
Mon Mar 31, 2014
Cotswolds Discoverer pass launched
A PUBLIC transport rover ticket for the Cotswolds could be expanded to become a pass for the region, including admission to visitor attractions.
Tewkesbury Admag: Have your say on Cotswold boundary changes
Organised by Tewkesbury Borough Council on behalf of Cotswold Tourism, the conference is taking place at Ellenborough Park, in Cheltenham, on Wednesday.
Sat Mar 29, 2014
Councils consider fewer homes target
About 3,000 fewer homes could be built around Tewkesbury, Gloucester and Cheltenham over the coming years, according to council proposals.
Wed Mar 26, 2014
Older adults offered emotional wellbeing support
NEW courses specifically designed to help older people with their emotional wellbeing are running in Cheltenham, Tewkesbury and the Cotswolds.
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Doctor of 27 years quits after being STABBED on a visit to patient's home
Dr Robert Davis, 57, suffered knife injuries to his head, shoulder, arm and thumb and had to spend time in hospital after being attacked.
Tue Mar 25, 2014
Lengthy road closure plan scrapped
A plan to shut a commuter route in Gloucestershire for up to a year has been scrapped by the Highways Agency.
Sat Mar 22, 2014
Husky welfare 'at breaking point'
The organiser of a Gloucestershire festival dedicated to huskies says she hopes it will change people's attitudes towards the dogs.
Fri Mar 21, 2014
Success of marriage is 'give and take'
18/03/14. Dorothy and Geoffrey Walker from Barnards Green celebrated their 60th wedding anniversary on March 13th.
Tewkesbury Admag: Worcestershire hospitals hold tea parties to promote nutrition
PATIENTS, family and staff at community hospitals in Worcestershire enjoyed a cuppa this week as part of a national initiative promoting hydration and nutrition.