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  1. Man in stable condition after wife died in diving accidentRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Plymouth Evening Herald

    The couple, from Tavistock, were diving with a friend when the incident happened at a dive centre in the Forest of Dean in Gloucestershire on Saturday. Her husband was airlifted to a decompression unit in Plymouth and today was described as "stable and improving" by Gloucestershire Police.

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  2. Authority seeks transport operatorsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Cotswold Journal

    The authority spends around A 20 million a year on public, community, home to school and other transport services and wants to hear from operators large and small that it can call on to fulfil these needs. Its current arrangement for buying transport is coming to an end after four years so the opportunity is being taken to put in place a more flexible transport buying system open to existing and new transport suppliers.

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  3. Uncle writes happy ending for tragic trioRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | This Is Somerset

    Matt Jones has written a book so the public can get to know the individual personalities of his nephew Sam, 12, pictured top, and his nieces Rebecca, eight, and Charlotte, seven, below, who were killed by their father before he leapt 60ft to his own death in Shropshire The uncle of three children killed by their father before he leapt 60ft to his own death has written a book celebrating their "adventurous spirits". Matt Jones wants his nieces and nephew to be remembered for the lives they led before they died at the hands of their father, Ceri Fuller.

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  4. Ex-mining area A 100m revamp approvedRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Nov 18 | Newsday

    It includes a new access road, business space and a new college. Outline permission was also granted for up to 195 new homes, offices, a hotel and a visitor information point.

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  5. Santa Special steam train - Dean Forest RailwayRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Nov 18 | This is Gloucestershire

    The Dean Forest Railway is offering the chance for deserving local children to travel on a Santa Special steam train and meet Father Christmas on board. We have 10 family tickets up for grabs for this unique experience.

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    Tuesday Nov 18 | This Is Somerset

    Mimi, who went missing about 15 years ago, has been found by a woman in Cheltenham. Denise Uzell, former owner, is pictured left with current owner Nicky Pockett PICTURE: Eloisa Wildsmith A grandmother has been reunited with her cat that went missing 13 years ago and found it had been living only doors away from where it vanished.

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  7. Blaydon ease to victoryRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Nov 16 | Darlington and Stockton Times

    ON a dreich day there was little to warm the cockles for the few fans who had ventured out until an injury delayed proceedings by eight minutes . That was after 26 minutes, when Blaydon trailed 5-3 and clearly needed a spark.

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  8. Clubs benefit from ECB Small Grants SchemeRead the original story

    Friday Nov 14 | PressReleasePoint

    Open to all affiliated clubs, the funding was awarded to projects that sought to improve environmental sustainability and reduce a club's operating costs. Grants ranged from a minimum of A 1000 to a maximum of A 4000 with clubs required to make a minimum 10% contribution to total costs.

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  9. Work starts to repair English Bicknor's landslipRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Nov 14 | Stroudnewsand Journal

    NEW and innovative electro-kinetic treatment will be used to reopen English Bicknor's Ross Road in the Forest of Dean this spring. The road has been closed between English Bicknor and Lower Lydbrook since the beginning of the year when a landslip caused it to crack and open up.

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  10. Get on board with the county council's transport teamRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Nov 14 | Stroudnewsand Journal

    THE county council is looking for passenger transport operators in Gloucestershire and neighbouring counties to join its new transport buying pool. The council spends about A 20 million a year on public, community, home to school and other transport services and wants to hear from operators large and small that it can call on to fulfil these needs.

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  11. TREE-MENDOUS: Sunlight plays through the trees in the Forest of Dean.Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Nov 13 | Bromsgrove Advertiser

    STAR Wars fanatics may not have to head to another galaxy to feel at one with their favourite characters, as it seems the Forest of Dean in nearby Gloucestershire is set to provide an out of this world holiday setting. The arrival of a film crew to the Forest last June caused endless speculation over what was being filmed, now it seems since a thank-you letter from the producers to the cast and crew of Star Wars: Episode VII was leaked all questions have been answered.

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  12. Stroud farmers' market news with Gerb Gerbrands: Keep updated on the marketRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Nov 13 | Stroudnewsand Journal

    There are still a few pairs of shorts floating about but most of us have dug our woollies out, especially those of us working the markets. I have to start with a sad announcement - Mrs Morris, wife of Jim and mother to Fiona and Liz from Croft Farm Apples and Plums - has passed away.

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  13. Gloucestershire leads the way in helping the disabled into workRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Nov 12 | Stroudnewsand Journal

    Sam Holliday FSB development manager for Gloucestershire and the West of England, Mark Owen chairman of the FSB in Gloucestershire and the West of England Region, Gloucester MP Richard Graham A MAJOR event aimed at helping to lift the barriers that prevent disabled people from getting into the workplace is being held on Friday, November 14. The seminar entitled, See the Ability Not the Disability, is being hosted by Gloucester MP Richard Graham and the Federation of Small Businesses and supported by Gloucestershire County Council . It will be held at Blackfriars, Ladybellgate Street, Gloucester on November 14th and guests will include the Minister for the Disabled Mark Harper, MP for the Forest of Dean.

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    Tuesday Nov 11 | This is Gloucestershire

    From left, Sam Holliday, FSB development manager for Gloucestershire and the West of England, Mark Owen, chairman, FSB in Gloucestershire and the West of England Region and Richard Graham, MP for Gloucester The chairman of the FSB in Gloucestershire and the West of England is issuing a rallying cry to the business community to get behind the See the Ability, Not the Disability seminar being held on Friday. The seminar is aimed at helping to lift the barriers that prevent disabled people from getting into the workplace.

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  15. Gloucestershire police charge two suspects with intent to supply Class A and Class B drugsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Nov 11 | Wilts and Gloucestershire Standard

    A MAN and a woman have been charged in connection with the supply of mephedrone in the Forest of Dean. Suzanne Sogukcesme, 36 and of Saxon Place in Sedbury and Aaron Haile, 33 and of Catbrook in Chepstow, were both charged with possession with intent to supply class A and class B drugs and will appear before magistrates in Cheltenham on December 3. It follows a warrant carried out by police at an address in Saxon Place in Sedbury on June 30 in which over 20 grams of suspected mephedrone in powder form and a number of syringes containing suspected cooked mephedrone were found.

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  16. Hockey: George and Bates on target in Wotton winRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Nov 11 | Gazette Series

    IF CHANCES were chickens, Wotton's hen house would be full after their late afternoon trip to the Forest of Dean on Saturday. A series of attacks led to a series of penalty corners and then a penalty flick that player-of-the-match Jasmin George put to give Wotton the lead.

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  17. Albion climb to fourth with impressive home winRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Nov 10 | This is The West Country

    BRIDGWATER & Albion climbed to fourth place in South West One West with a commanding bonus point victory over Cullompton in their first ever league win against the Devon side, writes Tony Pomeroy. Albion ran in seven tries courtesy of Ollie Dunn , James Martin, Jervis Manupenu, Joe Bussell, Oscar Tregenna and Stuart Heal, while Heal added four conversions.

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  18. Supermarine match offRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Nov 8 | Swindon Advertiser

    There was an inspection at the Causeway this morning for the Southern League Division One South and West match but the pitch in the Forest of Dean was deemed unplayable. The rain also ended any chance of a fixture at Downton so Highworth will have to make the long journey at a later date.

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  19. Southern League: Webb is moving in on targetsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Nov 7 | Swindon Advertiser

    SWINDON Supermarine manager Dave Webb is hoping to have a new face on board for tomorrow's trip to Cinderford Town. The depleted Webb's Wood Stadium squad saw Luke Abrahart join the lengthy injury list on Tuesday night following the 3-2 defeat to Bridgwater Town, a match that saw Luke Hopper sent off.

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  20. GYMNASTICS: Cotswold club juniors star at Forest of Dean eventRead the original story

    Sunday Nov 9 | Wilts and Gloucestershire Standard

    Charlotte Hawksbee, Bethany Molland, Amy Vizor and Laura Tenty of the Cotswold Gymnastics Club at the Forest of Dean GC MEMBERS of the Cotswold Gymnastics Club enjoyed success in a girls' four-piece competition at the Forest of Dean GC. Laura Hallet led the way with a fantastic performance across all four pieces, gaining third place on the beam, second on the vault and first on the floor which gave her a podium place as the overall bronze winner.

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