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4:08pm Thursday 23rd April 2015
ON Stroud District Council’s decision to approve an application for a supermarket on Dudbridge Industrial Estate in Stroud. Applications for an Asda at Daniels Industrial Estate in Bath Road and an unnamed store at Ryeford were rejected.
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HAVING been on the old government Badger TB Consultative Panel and with 25 years’ involvement, I have come to the sad conclusion that the ‘great badgers and TB debate’ is 100 per cent about politics and pseudoscience.
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IT’S all change down the organic veg aisle this Saturday as Newark farm take a break for their ‘hungry gap’ (and intensive lambing!) and with beautiful synchronicity, Hotch Potch organics return with produce and vegetable plants.
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SNJ reader Simon Phillips from Stonehouse took this picture of an owl while cycling through Cranham Woods. Believing it was injured, Simon called an owl sanctuary but the bird eventually flew off into a tree
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I HAVE to smile every time there is praise for film locations set in this area as it was nearly 25 years ago in the early nineties that Carolyn Dunn (first chairman of Stroud in Bloom) went with me to see Alan Caig, then director of leisure and tourism at SDC, to put forward our suggestion to promote this very idea in a consultation document on tourism.
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Are Stroud's religious organisations any more deserving of public funds than its non-religious ones?
3:48pm Friday 17th April 2015
6:00pm Saturday 18th April 2015
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4:00pm Saturday 18th April 2015
Q: I AM aware that all deposits now need to be registered, though I have been told by another landlord friend (A) of mine that I need to register the deposit again even when the tenancy goes ‘periodic,’ while another landlord friend (B) of mine has just told me that this is no longer the case. Please can you tell me what I should be doing as I am now very confused? Part 1 of 2. Mrs S Stanway A: This week’s question is rather meaty, so I have decided to break it up into two parts. This week dealing with landlord friend (A) and in two weeks' time dealing with landlord friend (B).
10:00am Saturday 18th April 2015
WITH parliament dissolved, the starting whistle having been blown on campaigning proper, and our TV screens full of one Downing Street hopeful or other, election fever has started to mount, and the televised debate may have left you with many still unanswered questions.
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The SNJ columnist Karen Eberhardt-Shelton was born in California but grew up in England. She now lives in Stroud and is currently working on an education project called Learn, Think, Act and is hoping to develop an eco-community land trust. Her thought-provoking columns will focus on how we all have to take responsibility for our actions and for our planet.
Fitness Tip of the Week with Dave Marsh: CrossFit – the sport, science and state of mind – sometimes gets a bad press. But is this fair?
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11:08am Monday 13th April 2015
INTERANTIONALLY-acclaimed soprano, Julie Kench, and four other leading soloists, will be performing with the Oriana Singers at the choir's forthcoming concert, in St James’ Church, Dursley, on Saturday. The soloists and choir will be accompanied by the Severn Strings orchestra, with instrumentalists in all parts including trumpets and drums.
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