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Highlights for the Month • 1st- CPOs not on duty (New Year’s Day). • 2nd- CPO injured whilst trying to detain shoplifter. Offender is known and got away, goods was recovered and given back to store. £120.00. • 3rd- CPOs assisted a male back to the bus station as he...read more
Folk musicians from around the country will be congregating in Gloucester for a weekend of music on the 22nd - 24th February for the second ever Gloucester Folk Trail. The full line-up has just been released and there will be over 50 performances and activities taking...read more
Highlights for the Month CPOs have retrieved almost £4000.00 worth of stolen goods back to the correct store within the month of December 2018. • 1st - Event on Kings Square- staff unable to contact relevant person to empty overflowing bins. CPOs contacted council...read more
LATEST CITY NEWS
Gloucester Rugby and Music Plus Sport have announced NILE RODGERS & CHIC as the next headliners in their summer season of concerts, headlining on Sunday 9th June. Announcing Olly Murs (Friday 7th June) as the first headliner at the end of last year, the show...read more
Small and independent retailers could pay lower business rates if a discount scheme is given the green light by Gloucester City Council. The move which Councillors are due to consider in February’s cabinet meeting could see businesses with a rateable value of less...read more
Three local councils join forces to improve traffic and transport links across the border between Gloucestershire and Monmouthshire. With the removal of the tolls on the Severn Bridge crossing and hundreds of houses planned for each side of the River Wye, concerns...read more
Police Federation: “Council tax rise is right thing for Gloucestershire Communities and Constabulary”
Gloucestershire County Council’s Police and Crime Panel has unanimously backed Police and Crime Commissioner Martin Surl’s proposal to put up the amount people pay for the police through council tax. Mike Harrison, Chairman of Gloucestershire Police Federation, said:...read more
Wayne Bowcock has taken up his role as Gloucestershire’s new Chief Fire Officer. As well as leading Gloucestershire Fire and Rescue Service (GFRS), Wayne has joined the council’s corporate management team where he will champion the work of the service and support...read more
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