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Delays expected after two car collision near Sapperton

Stroud News and Journal:

6:20pm Monday 2nd March 2015

Two cars have collided near Sapperton lodge just outside of Sapperton.

Stratton community group aims to name and shame dog owners who refuse to clean up their pet's mess

Stroud News and Journal:

5:18pm Monday 2nd March 2015

“LET’s tidy the place up – I am not a whinger normally but this is absolutely disgusting” – the words of a chairman of a community group who is sick and tired of dog’s excrement being left in the Stratton area of Cirencester by their owners.

Van driver airlifted to Southmead Hospital following accident on A429 near Kemble Business Park

Stroud News and Journal:

6:42pm Friday 27th February 2015

A MAN has been airlifted to hospital after losing control of his van near a Kemble junction where there has been several accidents in the past year.

Cricklade father kicked, punched and burnt teenage girlfriend in savage attack

Stroud News and Journal: Katherine Applegate did not enter a plea at Swindon Crown Court

2:00pm Friday 27th February 2015

A teenage mum told how the father of her children launched a savage attack during which he punched, kicked, burned and whipped her in a jealous rage.

A417 Missing Link scheme is given £1million cash boost from county council

Stroud News and Journal:

1:25pm Friday 27th February 2015

A SCHEME to make improvements to the A417 Missing Link has been given a cash boost of £1 million funding from the county council.

Rendcomb College pupils design web app which will help homeless

Stroud News and Journal:

12:28pm Friday 27th February 2015

BRIGHT students from Rendcomb College are designing a web app that will give people wishing to give homeless people food and welfare support the means to locate them.

Cirencester man Jason Daniels will face assault and criminal damage charges in trial

Stroud News and Journal:

5:10pm Thursday 26th February 2015

Jason Daniels will face assault and criminal damage charges in a trial at Cheltenham Magistrates Court on June 5.

Cotswold District Council votes to cut council tax by five per cent

Stroud News and Journal: Council tax review in November

4:39pm Tuesday 24th February 2015

COUNCIL TAX in the district is set to be reduced by five per cent despite the Liberal Democrat party’s calls for rates to be frozen.

Police seek information on Cirencester hit and run

Stroud News and Journal:

4:13pm Tuesday 24th February 2015

POLICE are seeking information on a hit-and-run road traffic collision in Cirencester on 21 February.

Cotswold Airport jobs could be at risk if plans to build thousands of homes go ahead

Stroud News and Journal: Kemble airport playing big part in effort to help victims of Philippines typhoon disaster

2:43pm Tuesday 24th February 2015

JOBS at Cotswold Airport could be under threat if proposals to build thousands of homes on the site go ahead.

Collie put down after killing six sheep in North Cerney

Stroud News and Journal:

12:47pm Friday 20th February 2015

A COLLIE who went on the rampage and killed sheep near North Cerney yesterday morning has been put down.

Insulation leaflet campaign targets Cirencester homes

Stroud News and Journal: Cotswold District Council warn residents to be wary of cold callers who claim to represent it

12:20pm Friday 20th February 2015

LEAFLETS will be delivered to houses in several streets around Cirencester during the week commencing Monday 23 February by Cotswold District Council and the National Energy Foundation (NEF).

Latest application for a new GP surgery in Stow-On-The-Wold is rejected

Stroud News and Journal:

11:04am Friday 20th February 2015

ANOTHER plan for a new GP surgery in Stow-on-the-Wold has been rejected.

Tetbury councillor's fears over new 50 home development

Stroud News and Journal:

5:12pm Thursday 19th February 2015

A NEW development of 50 homes on the outskirts of Tetbury will be poorly connected and cause traffic congestion, a councillor fears.

Tetbury firm helps egg incubation firm target growth

Stroud News and Journal:

2:26pm Thursday 19th February 2015

A TETBURY  business is trying to help an egg incubation specialist firm achieve 60 per cent growth in the next three years.

Updated: police called after reports of dog killing four sheep near North Cerney

Stroud News and Journal:

10:52am Thursday 19th February 2015

IT is believed four sheep were savagely attacked and killed by a dog at Hammerton Farm near North Cerney, this morning.

Strong man Laurence Shahleai will visit Royal Agricultural University for new gym launch

Stroud News and Journal:

2:21pm Wednesday 18th February 2015

ONE of the world’s strongest men will be paying a visit to the Royal Agricultural University for its opening of  a new fitness.

Cotswold Tourism invites businesses to have input in tourism in the Cotswolds

Stroud News and Journal: The body of a woman was found on Sunday morning in the River Coln, by the Swan Hotel in Bibury

1:01pm Wednesday 18th February 2015

TOURISM businesses across the Cotswolds are being given the unique chance to influence the way their official tourism authority works.

Vamptastic: pop sensations The Vamps set to perform at Westonbirt Arboretum

Stroud News and Journal:

10:27am Wednesday 18th February 2015

TEEN pop sensations The Vamps are set to play at Westonbirt Arboretum this summer.

Pancake races across the Cotswolds leave a smile on every face

Stroud News and Journal:

9:35am Wednesday 18th February 2015

PANCAKE fever swept across the Cotswolds and Wiltshire on Shrove Tuesday.

Village of 2,000 homes could be built at Kemble airport instead of huge, controversial Cirencester development

Stroud News and Journal:

7:32am Wednesday 18th February 2015

A NEW village with more than 2,000 homes could be built at Cotswold Airport, Kemble, instead of a huge development in Cirencester, it has been suggested.

Dizzy heights: tree surgeon towers above Chedworth

Stroud News and Journal:

11:52am Monday 16th February 2015

SOMEBODY had a head for heights in Chedworth earlier this month.

Cirencester man Jason Daniels will enter pleas to drug and assault charges in April

Stroud News and Journal:

4:46pm Friday 13th February 2015

ALLEGED drug dealer Jason Daniels will appear at Gloucester Crown court on April 21 where he will enter pleas for drugs and assault charges he is accused of.

Shoplifters target Cirencester

Stroud News and Journal:

3:44pm Friday 13th February 2015

SHOPLIFTERS have targeted two shops in Cirencester today.

WM Active set to be sentenced for health and safety breaches after death of Kajil Devi

Stroud News and Journal: 15-year-old Kajil Devi drowned at Cotswold Water Park in July 2010 while playing on an inflatable boat with her cousins

3:28pm Friday 13th February 2015

THE company that runs the Cotswold Country Park and Beach will be sentenced for health and safety breaches following a teenager's death next month.

Sinister drawings by gangster Reggie Kray will go under the hammer in Cirencester

Stroud News and Journal:

1:35pm Friday 13th February 2015

SINISTER drawings by the gangster Reggie Kray are going under the hammer at an antiques auction at the Moore Allen & Innocent auction house Cirencester on February 20.

Cricklade four seasons photography competition

Stroud News and Journal:

8:50am Friday 13th February 2015

PHOTOGRAPHERS in Cricklade are being invited to take snaps of the four seasons as part of a competition organised by the town’s council.

Co-op loses fight to extend opening hours at controversial South Cerney store

Stroud News and Journal:

5:16pm Thursday 12th February 2015

FIERCELY opposed plans to extend the opening times of a Co-op store in South Cerney have been rejected by councillors.

Cirencester Deer Park School pupils to perform with Pixie Lott at Wembley Stadium

Stroud News and Journal: Pixie Lott reveals her wedding plans

2:55pm Thursday 12th February 2015

PUPILS at Cirencester Deer Park School will grace the stage at Wembley Stadium along with pop star Pixie Lott for a special performance.

Cricklade woman gives back to charity who helped her deal with loss of baby

Stroud News and Journal:

7:06pm Wednesday 11th February 2015

AFTER losing their baby during childbirth, Zara and Richard Kolasinska have found vital support through a charity – and now they are doing something special to say thank you.

Plans to extend proposed South Cerney Co-op opening hours rejected

Stroud News and Journal:

6:17pm Wednesday 11th February 2015

FIERCELY opposed plans to extend the opening times of a proposed Co-op store in South Cerney have been refused.

Man suffers minor injuries in accident on Watermoor Way Cirencester

Stroud News and Journal:

4:25pm Wednesday 11th February 2015

A MAN suffered minor injuries in a collision on Watermoor Way in Cirencester today.

Controversial plans for 50 new homes in Tetbury approved by Cotswold District Council

Stroud News and Journal:

11:55am Wednesday 11th February 2015

CONTROVERSIAL plans to build 50 new homes in Tetbury have been approved.

Residents recount stories of tunnels under Cirencester from the 1940s

Stroud News and Journal:

6:43pm Tuesday 10th February 2015

MORE people have come forward with stories of tunnels under Cirencester.

New Brewery Arts given long lease on building which is set to be transformed into youth centre

Stroud News and Journal:

6:14pm Tuesday 10th February 2015

PLANS to transform a Cirencester building into one of the first youth hostels of its kind in the country have moved a step closer to reality.

Tetbury poet helps to craft the perfect romantic verse on Valentine's Day

Stroud News and Journal:

5:11pm Tuesday 10th February 2015

A POET from Tetbury, is working with Interflora, the world’s largest floristry network, on a new campaign encouraging people to put their romantic thoughts into words this Valentine’s Day.

Thieves steal charity collection boxes in Chipping Campden burglary

Stroud News and Journal:

3:38pm Tuesday 10th February 2015

THIEVES stole three charity collection boxes from a farm shop in Long Marston Lane, Mickleton, Chipping Campden on February 9.

Royal Agricultural University students team up with Cirencester Golf Club for conservation project

Stroud News and Journal:

11:59am Tuesday 10th February 2015

ENVIRONMENTAL and wildlife students at the Royal Agricultural University (RAU) are working on a conservation project in partnership with Cirencester Golf Club.

Cirencester college enterprise room will help give students an insight into future careers

Stroud News and Journal: A notebook and pens that are essential for writing

11:33am Tuesday 10th February 2015

LEADING employers will be joining Cirencester Sixth Form College staff and students on Thursday, February 26 for the opening of their new Santander Enterprise Room.

Thames Water replace manhole cover in Northway Cirencester after complaint

Stroud News and Journal:

10:15am Tuesday 10th February 2015

THAMES WATER is replacing a damaged manhole cover on Northway Cirencester.

Malmesbury man arrested on suspicion of intent to supply drugs after officers smell suspicious aroma in car

Stroud News and Journal:

8:58am Tuesday 10th February 2015

A MALMESBURY man was arrested with intent to supply cannabis in Cricklade last night after officers smelt a suspicious aroma emanating from his car in Royal Wootton Bassett.

Valentines Day dance to raise funds for Tetbury Hospital

Stroud News and Journal:

8:30am Tuesday 10th February 2015

THE Friends of Tetbury Hospital have organised a St Valentine’s Day dance on Saturday February 14 to raise funds to help finance the hospital’s new One-Stop Eye-Care Centre.

Driver furious over 'unfair' parking fine at Kemble rail station

Stroud News and Journal:

4:12pm Monday 9th February 2015

A DRIVER is angry after being given an "unfair" parking fine at Kemble rail station.

End of an era for North Cerney Methodist church

Stroud News and Journal:

6:50pm Sunday 15th February 2015

A HISTORIC Methodist church has held its final ever service – and for one family the closure is very much the end of an era.

Southmead residents enjoy community hall makeover

Stroud News and Journal:

10:20am Sunday 8th February 2015

REGULARS at a community hall are enjoying a new-look kitchen after a major refurbishment.

Scary Cotswold big cat encounters

Stroud News and Journal: KEEP AN EYE OUT: Big cat sightings have been reported throughout west Dorset

9:20am Sunday 8th February 2015

MORE people have come forward to speak about big cat sightings in the Cotswolds, including a woman who fears the animals could harm humans.

Wiltshire parliamentary candidate Dr Brian Mathew claims victory over housing policy change

Stroud News and Journal:

7:51pm Saturday 7th February 2015

PARLIAMENTARY election candidate for Wiltshire Dr Brian Mathew is celebrating after claiming victory over a council change of policy so that military personnel in the county could be placed on the housing list.

Underground multi-storey car park and shuttle buses could be Cirencester parking problem solution

Stroud News and Journal:

7:43pm Saturday 7th February 2015

SHUTTLE buses and an underground multi-storey car park could provide the answer to parking problems in Cirencester town centre, according to a Cirencester travel firm chairman.

Cirencester College students and staff in tears over prison tales

Stroud News and Journal:

2:21pm Friday 6th February 2015

STAFF and students at Cirencester College were reduced to tears when they heard stories about life behind bars from former prisoners at conference at the college.

Lecture on Royal Drawing School held at Highgrove House

Stroud News and Journal: Prince Charles to attend the Air Tattoo

12:36pm Friday 6th February 2015

A LECTURE on the Royal Drawing School, which offers drawing classes to children and the public, will be held at Highgrove House, Tetbury next month.

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