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    15 min ago | This is Gloucestershire

    Sports clubs in Gloucestershire could cut their energy bills by almost a quarter, initial findings from a local project have shown. Gloucester Rugby has achieved initial energy savings of 22 per cent and is predicted to generate savings of over A 10,000 a year, thanks to findings from the Night Hawks project.

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  2. Chamber tops a grand for MacmillanRead the original story w/Photo

    17 hrs ago | Worcester News

    The business organisation topped A 600 at its Business Expo, when local businesses were encouraged to enter their culinary creations into the Great Chamber Bake Off, and the cakes were sold to raise funds for Macmillan. One of the judges, Peter Rowland, Macmillan Cancer Support ambassador for Herefordshire and the Forest of Dean, said: "I am extremely grateful to the Chamber for kicking off our World's Biggest Coffee Morning week.

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  3. Northern Quarter plans will do nothing for townRead the original story w/Photo

    21 hrs ago | This is Gloucestershire

    I'VE seen letters and articles in the local press about the proposed Northern Quarter and it seems to me that Cinderford is being given a lot of promises that won't be delivered. Forest of Dean District Council says that building on a rich wildlife site will regenerate the town and provide masses of jobs, but to me what they say just doesn't make sense.

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  4. Police appeal after biker dies in crashRead the original story w/Photo

    22 hrs ago | Swindon Advertiser

    POLICE are investigating a crash in Gloucestershire which claimed the life of a 28-year-old Swindon man on Sunday morning. At around 10.30am, the motorcyclist was riding a grey Yamaha R1 on the A4136 from Huntley in the direction of Monmouth.

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  5. Star Wars Bits: Anthony Daniels Finishes Episode VII, Forest Filming Details, Oscar Isaac and RebelsRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | /film

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  6. Endor, Isaac, Fincher "Star Wars" NewsRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Dark Horizons News

    A bunch of "Star Wars: Episode VII" updates today. First up, a report at Total Geeks suggests the upcoming film sports a woodland battle sequence featuring thousands of extras.

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  7. Hairdresser's finger is AMPUTATED after false widow spider bite led ...Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Daily Mail

    A hairdresser has had one of her fingers amputated after a bite from a false widow spider led to her catching a flesh-eating bug. Andrea Wallace was told she was just hours away from death after she was bitten on her left hand while playing outside with her children in Seaham, County Durham.

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  8. McKenna races to victory in the Forest of Dean Autumn Half-Marath...Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday | This is Gloucestershire

    Forest of Dean Half Marathon winners Marianne Britten and Jarlath McKenna being presented with their prizes by Bob Boulter . JARLATH McKenna raced to victory in the Forest of Dean Autumn half-marathon on the picturesque forest trails around Speech House.

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  9. A 12.5m invested in energy-efficient homesRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | 24dash

    Garry King and David Garnett of TRH with Cllr Terry Hale and Cllr Patrick Molyneux of Forest of Dean District Council A 121 2 million investment in energy-efficient homes in the Forest has drawn to a close with the completion of the final nine properties in Lydney. Over the last six years, Two Rivers Housing has demolished 40 old and defective pre-fabricated 'Cornish' houses in eight locations across the district and built 80 brand new properties in their place.

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  10. 'Star Wars 7': Daisy Ridley, John Boyega In Battle, Endor Planet HintedRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | International Business Times

    "Star Wars: Episode VII" premieres on Dec. 18. 2015. Ahead of its much-anticipated release, few movie spoilers from set photos to supposed plot details have been leaked online for the past months.

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  11. 'Star Wars 7': Leaked Photo Hints Darth Vader And Luke Skywalker DuelRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | International Business Times

    Total-geeks previously the Puzzlewood location of the movie in Wales was supposedly used to represent Yoda's home planet of Endor. A battle scene was said to have been filmed involving Daisy Ridley, Adam Driver, John Boyega and Pip Anderson.

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  12. it's the Weekend: Family Fun - Release your inner Tarzan with Go ApeRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Sep 27 | South Wales Argus

    'Live life adventurously' is the message at Go Ape forest sites. CARYS THOMAS finds out about the fun in store for visitors WHETHER you're Tarzan re-incarnated or a Jungle Jane, Go Ape offers a variety of activities to enjoy a day of adventure with the family.

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  13. ADVENTURE: The forest segway experience includes an hour trail through the woodsRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Sep 27 | South Wales Argus

    'Live life adventurously' is the message at Go Ape forest sites. CARYS THOMAS finds out about the fun in store for visitors WHETHER you're Tarzan re-incarnated or a Jungle Jane, Go Ape offers a variety of activities to enjoy a day of adventure with the family.

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  14. Buoyant party targets seats in the South WestRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Sep 27 | This Is Somerset

    Ukip are targeting seats in Gloucestershire, Devon and Dorset in next year's general election, the Western Daily Press understands. As Nigel Farage's party made clear it is eyeing Labour's "blue collar" vote, party sources indicated Plymouth, the Forest of Dean in Gloucestershire and Christchurch in Dorset top the party's hit-list in the South West, a region in which it has long had a strong presence.

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  15. Ancient stone castle found under schoolRead the original story

    Thursday Sep 25 | Hereford Times

    A PRIMARY school near Ross -on-Wye had quite a surprise when an ancient stone castle was unearthed during work to two of its classrooms. English Bicknor Primary school had been sitting on a rare early example of a stone castle, and Andy Boucher, one of the archaeologists heading up the dig, said it tells us a great deal about the site.

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  16. Archaeologists study the castles remains at English Bicknor.Read the original story

    Thursday Sep 25 | Ledbury Reporter

    A PRIMARY school near Ross -on-Wye had quite a surprise when an ancient stone castle was unearthed during work to two of its classrooms. English Bicknor Primary school had been sitting on a rare early example of a stone castle, and Andy Boucher, one of the archaeologists heading up the dig, said it tells us a great deal about the site.

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  17. Football: Thornbury pick up good away winRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Sep 24 | Gazette Series

    THORNBURY travelled back from the Forest of Dean with a deserved three points following three great strikes in a competitive fixture. Town started brightly and had a goal disallowed in the fifth minute after Rob Wilks' header was ruled out for a foul on the keeper.

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  18. Insect bite sparks 10 years of illness for Coleford manRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Sep 23 | This is Gloucestershire

    Quality of life is hoped to be improved for one Forester fighting a 10-year illness after disaster struck while honeymooning in the tropics. Sean and Lisa Tingle, from Coleford, jetted off to the Dominican Republic a day after tying the knot for the holiday of a lifetime a decade ago.

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    Tuesday Sep 23 | This is Gloucestershire

    The Dean Natural Alliance, which opposes the northern quarter development in Cinderford, fear the newts will be stressed with their move ATTEMPTS to capture rare and protected wildlife from a site earmarked for major redevelopment in the Forest of Dean have been slammed by objectors. An area of land destined for the A 100million overhaul of the Northern Quarter has been cordoned off so great crested newts can be moved to a new habitat.

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    Tuesday Sep 23 | This is Gloucestershire

    HOMES in the Forest of Dean have been overhauled to the tune of A 12.5million in a bid to reduce their carbon footprint. A six-year project to demolish, rebuild and make a total of 204 homes cheaper to run has recently been finished.

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