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Day by day, technology is rapidly developing. We are living in a digital age where cars can drive themselves, artificial intelligence has become part of our home furniture and you can make purchases online and it'll be delivered the SAME day - crazy right? The world...read more
Highlights for the Month • 1st- Welfare Concerns for female, CPOs attend and locate female on Kings Square, female appeared distressed. CPOs calm her down and pass over all relevant info of organisations for help (The Cavern). The female was very thankful of the help...read more
Highlights for the Month • 1st- Criminal damage of a vehicle by youths on bikes witnessed by CCTV. CCTV informed CPOs- Stopped youth on bike in Southgate Street. Male was arrested. • 2nd- Youths causing issues in McDonalds, Westgate Street on an evening shift. CPOs...read more
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The bells at Gloucester Cathedral will ring out for seven minutes at 7.00pm tomorrow. Following the devastating fire at Notre Dame Cathedral, the Archbishops of Canterbury and York asked Cathedrals and Churches across England to toll their bells as a mark of...read more
Gloucester City Council is reminding landlords of the change in law that may mean they have to licence their property to avoid receiving a fine of up to £20,000. Since 1 October 2018, landlords or managers of a rental property that are let to five or more people from...read more
Remote controlled heating, smart doorbells and electric hoovers are just some of the ways people can stay happy, healthy and independent for longer – and throughout April the county council is going to show just how. The Technology and Equipment Apartment in St...read more
Community groups in Gloucester who are passionate about the Windrush generation and keen to keep its heritage alive have been awarded funding to deliver projects. The groups joined forces with Community Wellbeing Officers from Gloucester City Council to apply for...read more
Gloucester’s Tourist Information Centre has relocated to the Museum of Gloucester in Brunswick Road. Entry to the museum will now be free, although special exhibitions will incur a small charge. In the coming months, after the work needed to accommodate it is...read more
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