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© Copyright Steve Daniels The Mayor of Gloucester will be paying a special pre-Christmas visit to the House of the Tailor of Gloucester in College Court next Tuesday. Councillor Howard Hyman will meet directors, staff and volunteers at the museum and shop, which is based in the building sketched by Beatrix Potter in her ‘Tailor of Gloucester’ book. The book is based on a real-world incident where the Tailor had been tasked with making a waistcoat for the Mayor of Gloucester to wear at his wedding on Christmas Day. The Tailor returned to his shop on a Monday morning to find...
Families can book a range of fun, festive activities to help keep children and young people active, entertained and enjoying healthy meals during the Christmas school holidays. Together with its partners, the county council is providing a wide range of activities across Gloucestershire for four action-packed days of the school holidays from 19 – 22 December. The winter Holiday Activities and Food Programme (HAF) is funded by the Department of Education for families eligible for benefits-related free school meals. Using grant funding, the council is giving all families in Gloucestershire...
Beleaguered nurses say the work pressures at Gloucestershire Royal Hospital are so bad some are leaving the profession. The county’s health and social care system has been under huge pressure for many months. Queues of up to 25 ambulances have been reported at the hospital this year and emergency service chiefs have called for more hospital and care home beds to help ease the pressure. And now nurses at the hospital are speaking out about the struggles they face on a daily basis. A nurse, who does not wish to be named out of fear of reprisals, says the situation is having a huge impact on...