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Gloucester Cathedral announces a programme of services and events to mark Armistice 2018 and the Centenary of the end of World War One. The commemorations begin on Wednesday 17 October with the installation of “Poppyfall”, GCHQ’s giant waterfall of handmade poppies....read more
Highlights of the month Anti-Social Behaviour (ASB) A vulnerable male known to CPOs for previous ASB has been brought to their attention multiple times this month regarding altercations with groups of youths. CPOs have dealt with this male and protected him each time...read more
From Monday 15 October – Friday 26 October, Gloucester Cathedral, in partnership with Tayntons Solicitors and Willans Solicitors, is running it’s ‘Make a Will Fortnight’ to encourage people to make a basic will or update an existing one. During ‘Make a Will...read more
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Gloucester Rugby have announced Olly Murs will perform at Kingsholm next summer. Olly will perform at Kingsholm Stadium on Friday 7th June as part of Gloucester Rugby’s 2019 season of summer concerts. Stephen Vaughan CEO of Gloucester Rugby said, “We are really...read more
The A417 St Oswalds Road will be resurfaced overnight from Monday 15 October as part of the county council’s £150m investment into Gloucestershire’s roads. St Oswalds Road is a busy route close to Kingsholm Stadium and will be resurfaced due to it reaching the end of...read more
The beauty business is booming in Gloucester. Since 2010 the number of hairdressers, barbers and nail bars has risen from 55 to 85. That’s an increase of 55%. Retail specialists say the trend is likely to continue as consumers seek to treat themselves to an experience...read more
Gloucestershire County Council has appointed Ringway Infrastructure Services to deliver the new £245m highways maintenance contract for the county. The contract, set to begin on 1 April 2019, is initially for seven years, with an option to extend year-on-year for up...read more
Following his success during this year’s History Festival, historian and author Adrian Barlow will repeat his sell-out illustrated talk about Victorian stained glass artist and designer, Charles Eamer Kempe. Adrian will discuss the life of Kempe as well as his work...read more
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