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Love Local Day 2021

Love Local Day 2021

Gloucester Joins National Initiative to Love Local on 14th February Gloucester Business Improvement District in collaboration with ShopAppy.com is encouraging people to support their local businesses on the 14th of February for ‘Love Local Day’ – Love Local Day is one...

Gloucester CAN! January Pledge

Gloucester CAN! January Pledge

#GloucesterCan January Pledge is a call to action for individuals and families living in Gloucester to bring some kindness back into the communities where they live. One of the most encouraging things to witness during the first lockdown was the undeniable rise in...

Cathedral Quarter

Cathedral Quarter

Learn more about Gloucester's High Street Heritage Action Zone - Cathedral Quarter, Westgate Gloucester Westgate is one of the oldest and best preserved areas of Gloucester and the main commercial route linking the cathedral to the rest of the city. One of four...

Latest Government COVID Update

Latest Government COVID Update

Following on from the latest Government: From midnight, tonight (31st December), Gloucestershire is in Tier 4: Government Guidelines for Tier 4: Stay at Home: Businesses and venues which must close To reduce social contact, the regulations require some businesses to...

Eddie the Elf & Friends Christmas Trail

Eddie the Elf & Friends Christmas Trail

Eddie the Elf and his friends are hiding all over the City. Can you find them and discover their Christmas message? Join us this Christmas on a magical search around Gloucester City to try and find Eddie the naughty Elf and all his friends! All you need to do is...

Extra enforcement for bus lanes in Gloucestershire

© Copyright Jaggery and licensed for reuse under this Creative Commons Licence. Gloucestershire County Council has started installing three bus lane cameras in Gloucester and Cheltenham to help keep the lanes clear for buses, taxis and cyclists. They will be switched...

Trapped Escape Rooms in Gloucester has reopened its doors

Following the end of the second national lockdown, Trapped Escape Rooms in Gloucester has finally reopened its doors to the public once again. Trapped Escape Rooms, situated in Gloucester town centre, was forced to close its doors back in March when the whole country...

Movement for Good – 12 Days of Giving with Ecclesiastical

Ecclesiastical Insurance are building a movement for good and this December they are giving 120 charities a £1000 donation. The charities are chosen based on public nominations. Anyone can nominate a charity to win one of the £1,000 awards. And it’s quick and easy to...

Local firm wins contract to transform Kings Square

Gloucester based construction firm E G Carter & Co Ltd has been appointed by Gloucester City Council to take forward plans for the £5m transformation of Kings Square. The project will see significant improvements made to the city centre square with the...

Resurfacing scheme completed on Gloucester’s London Road

Resurfacing work in London Road in Gloucester has been completed as part of the county council’s £150 million investment in the county’s roads. The work was carried out between 21 and 28 September as the surface between the Cheltenham Road junction and Barnwood Road...

Recycling centres switch to winter opening hours

Household Recycling Centres in Gloucestershire will be moving to winter opening hours from this weekend. Pyke Quarry, in Stroud will also be going back to its normal pre-covid opening days from 25 October as well as winter opening hours, 10am until 4pm. The site has...

Gloucester welding specialists come to Team BRIT’s rescue

A firm of welding specialists based in Gloucester has helped a team of disabled racing drivers after it had some key equipment stolen. R-Tech Welding Equipment, a leading manufacturer and supplier of welding machines and plasma cutters to a range of  industries,...

Community Garden set to Bloom

A scheme to turn an overgrown and unloved patch of land into a community garden will receive funding from Gloucester City Council after councillors agreed to back the project. The area known as ‘The Rose Garden’ on the corner of London Road and Great...

Renewed appeal for witnesses to rape in Tredworth

Police investigating the rape of a young teenage boy in the Tredworth area are renewing their appeal for witnesses. Officers received a report on Friday that a boy had been raped in Tredworth Cemetery between 8pm and 9.20pm on Sunday 11 October. Investigating officers...

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