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  1. Wildlife havens for housingRead the original story w/Photo

    43 min ago | Gazetteandherald.co.uk

    Food Champions from Wiltshire Wildlife Trust are helping people in Chippenham and Pewsey to create their own wildlife gardens thanks to a grant from People's Postcode Trust. The project has been given A 7,876 by the charity, which is funded by players of People's Postcode Lottery and the money will be shared between sites run by housing associations GreenSquare and Aster Property.

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  2. Neil Carmichael, Stroud MP: Raising a glass to our vital pub tradeRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | Stroudnewsand Journal

    Congratulations are due to landlords Peter and Claire Tiley who have taken a great pub and made it truly exceptional. The scale of their achievement cannot be overstated - they beat off nearly 50,000 other landlords from across the UK.

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  3. Mothers' Day encourages more to donate bloodRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Feb 25 | Gazette Series

    AS MOTHERS' Day approaches people around Gloucestershire are being encouraged to think about mothers and children whose lives have been saved by blood transfusions and to donate blood. NHS Blood and Transplant, who provide a blood and transplant service to the NHS, is holding several donation sessions across Gloucestershire to encourage donations.

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  4. Cancer charity CLIC Sargent has helped so many familiesRead the original story w/Photo

    4 hrs ago | This Is Somerset

    Bob Woodward founder of CLIC the Cancer & Leukaemia in Childhood Trust, which merged with the Malcolm Sargent Cancer Fund for Children to become CLIC Sargent - the leading charity for children and young people with cancer, writes about what inspired 40 years of fundraising It is difficult to believe that I have reached the grand old age of 82. If I have any disappointments it is that the years have passed so quickly, yet I am acutely aware that old age is a privilege denied to many. Looking back over all those years I am amazed at the many and varied things in which I have been involved.

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  5. Magnox rethinks nuclear waste move to Hinkley Point A, SomersetRead the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | This Is Somerset

    Intermediate nuclear waste from Oldbury nuclear power station in South Gloucestershire will not now be transported to Hinkley Point A in Somerset. The plan by Magnox to ship fuel element debris was opposed by many, including West Somerset Council.

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  6. Scouts in Cirencester devastated after vandals trash hut and leave faeces and drugs on the floorRead the original story w/Photo

    6 hrs ago | Wilts and Gloucestershire Standard

    SCOUTS are devastated after vandals trashed their hut, used the floor as a toilet and left behind needles used for injecting drugs. The thugs struck at 1st Cirencester Scout Group's base in Cotswold Avenue while it was empty during half-term, wreaking havoc at the small cabin.

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  7. Former Gwent publican can pay back 25,000 benefit fraud at 5 a month - which would take 426 yearsRead the original story w/Photo

    8 hrs ago | South Wales Argus

    Former Gwent publican can pay back A 25,000 benefit fraud at A 5 a month - which would take 426 years Former Gwent publican can pay back A 25,000 benefit fraud at A 5 a month - which would take 426 years A FORMER Gwent publican who obtained A 25,000 in a benefit fraud can pay it back at A 5 a month - something which would take 426 years. At Newport Magistrates Court yesterday, Ian Meyrick, 62, pleaded guilty to false representation to obtain benefits, after failing to disclose A 80,000 he had in an investment bond.

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  8. Jamie Woods, left, and Ian Summers are going local at The Bull in the Market Place in FairfordRead the original story w/Photo

    8 hrs ago | Swindon Advertiser

    Marion Sauvebois chats to a team who are bringing a whole new meaning to the word 'local' when it comes to giving guests a great dining experience ... after all, the cows are only over the road... and the butcher's not far either Jamie Woods at The Bull Hotel in Fairford has brought this principle a tad closer to home - to the field next door and the butcher over the road, to be precise. Eager to make use of the abundant products at their disposal, Jamie and The Bull proprietor Ian Summers have been offering a selection of hearty meals concocted from locally-sourced meats, fruit and vegetables over the past year and a half.

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  9. Sufjan Stevens Carrie & Lowell "Silent" Listening Parties Begin...Read the original story w/Photo

    14 hrs ago | Stereogum

    In the lead-up to the release of Carrie & Lowell , Asthmatic Kitty will be holding "silent" listening parties worldwide for the new Sufjan Steven album. They are being dubbed the "Sufjan Stevens Indies Only Silent Listening Party," and the first one will take place at Other Music in New York City tomorrow .

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  10. Best properties: stylish contemporary propertiesRead the original story w/Photo

    18 hrs ago | The First Post

    Gwynedd: Cilgeraint, Lon Pont Morgan, Abersoch. This award-winning beachside house is set into the headland above the harbour, with stunning 180A views over the village and across Cardigan Bay to Cadair Idris.

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  11. Gardening - Snapping perfect picsRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Wiltshire Times

    Ever thought about how to capture frost-covered holly, close-ups of pretty petals or swathes of woodland bulbs in fading light? If you've not had much success taking good pictures of your plants, eminent flower and plant photographer Clive Nichols offers useful pointers on how to create pictures to frame proudly rather than instantly delete. "Give yourself the best possible chance of success and select somewhere photogenic.

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  12. Delays to trains between Oxford and Moreton-in-Marsh after lorry hits bridgeRead the original story w/Photo

    16 hrs ago | Bicester Advertiser

    THERE are delays to trains between Oxford and Moreton-in-Marsh due to a lorry hitting a bridge in the Ascott-under-Wychwood area. Safety checks have been carried out and services are believed to resume shortly, but there will be delays of about 40 minutes.

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  13. Graffiti king Banksy takes his art to GazaRead the original story w/Photo

    17 hrs ago | WTSP-TV Saint Petersburg

    World-renowned graffiti artist Banksy has caused a stir in the Gaza Strip, apparently secretly travelling to the Palestinian territory and painting murals on buildings ruined by the latest conflict. Graffiti king Banksy takes his art to Gaza World-renowned graffiti artist Banksy has caused a stir in the Gaza Strip, apparently secretly travelling to the Palestinian territory and painting murals on buildings ruined by the latest conflict.

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  14. There are delays on the trains after a lorry hit a bridge at Ascott-under-WychwoodRead the original story w/Photo

    18 hrs ago | Oxford Mail

    THERE are delays to trains between Oxford and Moreton-in-Marsh due to a lorry hitting a bridge in the Ascott-under-Wychwood area. We want you to enjoy your visit to our website.

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  15. SR_1543_001 The scene of the accident at Bradley Green nera Wotton-under-Edge on FridayRead the original story

    18 hrs ago | Gazette Series

    The incident occurred at around 7.50am on Friday, February 27, when the 55-year-old skidded while driving in Bradley Green. The pole, which had broken in half and come down after being hit, caused a closure of the road until Western Power carried out a repair at 9.15am.

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  16. South Gloucestershire hospice prepares for World Book DayRead the original story w/Photo

    18 hrs ago | Gazette Series

    World Book Day will return on Thursday, March 5 and St Peter's Hospice, Brentry, Bristol, is selling books at its 47 charity shops and running a special competition as part of the event. Keen readers are being asked to buy books at their local St Peter's Hospice shop with paperbacks costing 49p and hardbacks available for 99p for the whole of March.

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  17. Police issue warning about conman targeting businesses in the CotswoldsRead the original story w/Photo

    19 hrs ago | Wilts and Gloucestershire Standard

    The man is reported to have entered businesses in Bourton-on-the-Water and Moreton-in-Marsh on Wednesday and ordered either coffee or half a pint of beer. The man paid with a A 10 note, then told staff that he gave them a A 20 - and in all cases was given an extra A 10 in change.

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    20 hrs ago | This is Gloucestershire

    Police are warning pubs, shops and cafes to be on their guard after a man has been "scamming" a number of businesses in the North Cotswolds. The offender has entered businesses in Bourton-on-the-Water and Moreton-in-Marsh on Wednesday February and ordered either coffee or half a pint of beer.

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  19. Tranmere Rovers must learn lessons from Portsmouth defeat, says AdamsRead the original story w/Photo

    21 hrs ago | Wirral Globe

    TRANMERE boss' Micky Adams said the squad must take on board lessons learned from a midweek beating by Portsmouth when they face Cheltenham tomorrow. Rovers go to Whaddon Road in 20th place in the division with an away record of three wins, four draws and nine defeats.

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  20. MENU: Beefing up The Bull from cows next doorRead the original story w/Photo

    22 hrs ago | Swindon Advertiser

    Marion Sauvebois chats to a team who are bringing a whole new meaning to the word 'local' when it comes to giving guests a great dining experience ... after all, the cows are only over the road... and the butcher's not far either Jamie Woods at The Bull Hotel in Fairford has brought this principle a tad closer to home - to the field next door and the butcher over the road, to be precise. Eager to make use of the abundant products at their disposal, Jamie and The Bull proprietor Ian Summers have been offering a selection of hearty meals concocted from locally-sourced meats, fruit and vegetables over the past year and a half.

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