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Feet forward for fourth Chris Pegler Memorial Walk

Stroud News and Journal:

2:00pm Tuesday 29th July 2014

THE family of a “cheeky and smiley” teenager who died of meningitis host their fourth annual memorial walk.

British Veterinary Association's endorsement of badger cull paints the profession in a bad light, says vet and HSI UK Director Mark Jones

Stroud News and Journal: British Veterinary Association's endorsement of badger cull paints the profession in a bad light, says vet and HSI UK Director Mark Jones

12:00pm Tuesday 29th July 2014

FOLLOWING the statement released yesterday by the British Veterinary Association supporting this year's planned badger cull in Gloucestershire and Somerset, veterinarian and executive director of Humane Society International/UK, Mark Jones, has released the following response:

BVA will support second year of badger cull pilots in England

Stroud News and Journal: BVA will support second year of badger cull pilots in England

11:00am Tuesday 29th July 2014

THE British Veterinary Association (BVA) supports the second year of the pilot culls in England. This follows Defra’s response to BVA’s call for improvements to humaneness and effectiveness in light of the Independent Expert Panel (IEP) report on the first year.

BVA will support second year of badger cull pilots in England

Stroud News and Journal:

11:00am Tuesday 29th July 2014

THE British Veterinary Association (BVA) supports the second year of the pilot culls in England. This follows Defra’s response to BVA’s call for improvements to humaneness and effectiveness in light of the Independent Expert Panel (IEP) report on the first year.

British Veterinary Association's endorsement of badger cull paints the profession in a bad light, says vet and HSI UK Director Mark Jones

Stroud News and Journal:

12:00pm Tuesday 29th July 2014

FOLLOWING the statement released yesterday by the British Veterinary Association supporting this year's planned badger cull in Gloucestershire and Somerset, veterinarian and executive director of Humane Society International/UK, Mark Jones, has released the following response:

Big store plan may bring job losses

Stroud News and Journal:

3:55pm Monday 28th July 2014

NAILSWORTH Town Councillors were wary of the grave threat a potential new out of town supermarket could have for the local community.

Anya celebrates first place

Stroud News and Journal:

3:50pm Monday 28th July 2014

ANYA Forino, aged 10, from Thrupp came first in the South West under 11s climbing competition.

Lakefest in search of festival makers

Stroud News and Journal:

10:00am Tuesday 29th July 2014

Gloucestershire based Lakefest is in search of Festival Makers for this year’s festival. Lakefest is taking place at Croft Farm waterpark from the 8th-10th of August and they are in need of Festival Makers to keep everybody happy and smiling at the family friendly festival. They are ultimately needed to make sure that everybody is having a good time and be there should anybody need help or have any questions.

Suicide note found in shed after hanging

Stroud News and Journal: A verdict of death by road traffic collision was reached at Salisbury Coroners' Court

8:00am Tuesday 29th July 2014

THE first time Leanda Painter’s caring partner left her alone after her discharge from a psychiatric hospital she hanged herself in the garden shed in Cranham, an inquest heard.

Police appeal following serious sexual assault in Lydney

Stroud News and Journal:

3:33pm Monday 28th July 2014

POLICE are appealing for information about a serious sexual assault on a woman near Lydney Boating Lake on Saturday.

Have your say about fracking

Stroud News and Journal:

8:00pm Monday 28th July 2014

STROUD District Green Party says there is too little public awareness of a fracking consultation currently being run by the government.

Charity campaigner 'honoured' by award

Stroud News and Journal:

6:00pm Monday 28th July 2014

THE man who launched the UK’s meningitis movement after losing his baby to the disease is 'honoured' to receive an honorary degree from the University of Bristol.

Top 5 tips to secure your home during your summer holiday

Stroud News and Journal:

7:00pm Monday 28th July 2014

DON'T let the excitement of a well-deserved holiday blind you to the risks of leaving your home unprotected.

Man, 31, denies charge of inciting an eight-year-old child to engage in sexual activity

Stroud News and Journal:

1:31pm Monday 28th July 2014

A 31-YEAR-OLD Cheltenham man has denied inciting an eight-year-old child to engage in sexual activity.

Man, 24, jailed for having amphetamines at home with intent to supply

Stroud News and Journal:

1:15pm Monday 28th July 2014

A 24 year old Wotton under Edge man has been jailed for having amphetamines at his home with intent to supply.

Plans for The Wilderness Centre move forward

Stroud News and Journal:

1:10pm Monday 28th July 2014

CONTRACTS for the sale of The Wilderness Centre in the Forest of Dean will be exchanged within the next few days and Gloucestershire schools will once again be able to use it.

Living on £15.94 per day: what retirement in the South West will be like for thousands

Stroud News and Journal:

12:55pm Monday 28th July 2014

AFTER a lifetime of work and years spent looking forward to a comfortable retirement, a new report shows that a very different reality awaits people in the South West, who will face a choice between working well into old age, or surviving on just £15.94 per day.

Victim Support Volunteer Recruitment Day

Stroud News and Journal: Victim Support (8046933)

12:51pm Monday 28th July 2014

VICTIM Support Gloucestershire is looking to increase the help it gives to victims of crime by increasing the number of volunteers who give free and confidential information, emotional support and practical help to victims and witnesses of crime.

Public urged to be on lookout for gold rosary stolen in overnight Gloucester burglary

Stroud News and Journal:

12:44pm Monday 28th July 2014

POLICE are urging people to be on the lookout for a gold rosary necklace stolen in a house burglary overnight.

CCTV released in connection with knifepoint robbery at Cheltenham shop

Stroud News and Journal:

12:40pm Monday 28th July 2014

CCTV images have been released after a man attempted to rob a shop at knifepoint in Cheltenham this morning.

Watch Greg find support for his mum and tell us what you think

Stroud News and Journal:

12:28pm Monday 28th July 2014

TIME is running out for people to have their say on important changes to the way individuals, families and communities are supported in Gloucestershire.

Comment: Do we just have to put up and shut up?

Stroud News and Journal:

2:00pm Sunday 27th July 2014

IN a bitter sweet twist this week our beautiful Slad Valley was saved from the developers and Laurie Lee’s setting for his famous novel Cider With Rosie could once again retreat into the Gloucestershire countryside.

EXPLORE Rackleaze Nature Reserve free of charge.

Stroud News and Journal:

3:59pm Friday 25th July 2014

EXPLORE Rackleaze Nature Reserve free of charge.

Donate blood

Stroud News and Journal:

3:54pm Friday 25th July 2014

BLOOD donor sessions will be held at St Laurence Church, The Shambles, Stroud, on Thursday, July 31 at 1.30pm-3.30pm and 4.30pm-7.15pm. To book an appointment visit blood.co.uk or call 0300 123 23 23.

Horsefall House Grand Summer Fete

Stroud News and Journal:

4:00pm Friday 25th July 2014

HORSFALL house will be holding a Grand Summer Fete in the gardens to raise funds for respite care at the home on Sunday, August 31 at 2pm.

Christian Comment with Martin Pearson of Stroud Christian Fellowship: A New Life Together

Stroud News and Journal:

9:00am Sunday 27th July 2014

OUR eldest son got married on Saturday. It was a fabulous occasion and we were as proud as could be, looking on as he started a new chapter with the love of his life.

What you are saying on our website

Stroud News and Journal:

2:55pm Friday 25th July 2014

ON the plans for a new £8 million redevelopment of the Cornhill in Stroud to include a supermarket at the nearby Market Tavern pub.

How does anyone survive the risks?

Stroud News and Journal: How does anyone survive the risks?

2:46pm Friday 25th July 2014

MADAM - My mum used to cut fowl, rabbits, chop eggs and spread butter on bread on the same cutting board with the same knife, (no bleach) but we didn’t get food poisoning.

Many thanks for all the help...

Stroud News and Journal:

2:41pm Friday 25th July 2014

MADAM - On April 6, 1998, my life disintegrated with the tragic death of my beloved wife Sue, leaving Tom, nine, and Ben , seven, to be brought up by myself.

Time for all to oppose this deal

Stroud News and Journal:

2:39pm Friday 25th July 2014

MADAM -– Many people are involved in local campaigns to protect the NHS, oppose fracking, or tackle fuel poverty.

Beware of the propaganda

Stroud News and Journal:

2:37pm Friday 25th July 2014

MADAM - In the months leading up to the election next May, the Conservative party, with their supporting newspapers, will increasingly try to portray Ed Miliband as “weird” and not qualified to be prime minister after the election.

Steiner school may have benefits

Stroud News and Journal: We want the best for our children

2:31pm Friday 25th July 2014

MADAM – Jacqueline Peacey (letters, July 9) writes passionately against a new Steiner school for Stroud.

Putting profit before people

Stroud News and Journal:

2:27pm Friday 25th July 2014

MADAM - It’s a basic principle of democracy that governments should be able to make decisions in the interests of the people who elected them.

Somewhere over the rainbow

Stroud News and Journal: Somewhere over the rainbow

2:15pm Friday 25th July 2014

DAVIDA James, took this picture of a rainbow on Wednesday evening from her bedroom window at Cashes Green.

Leave the car at home

Stroud News and Journal:

3:00pm Saturday 26th July 2014

MANY writers have told us to slow down and take a closer look at our own surroundings. But in our haste to travel abroad, it can be easy to forget how much the UK has to offer us, both in scenery and in activities. So, take a look here to remind yourself what's tucked away.

Pub and restaurant sold to an investor

Stroud News and Journal:

10:00am Monday 28th July 2014

THE SALE of the Market Tavern in Stroud has now been confirmed after competitive bidding. The property sold in excess of the guide price on Tuesday, July 15.

Parliament Children's Centre has Teddy Bear’s picnic fun at end of year

Stroud News and Journal:

8:00am Monday 28th July 2014

THE early Years Team at Parliament Children’s Centre decided to hold a Teddy Bear’s Picnic as part of their end of year celebration.

Forty-eight-year old runner raises £1,300 for care hospice by tackling seven marathons in seven months

Stroud News and Journal:

12:53pm Friday 25th July 2014

MARK Thomas ran seven marathons in seven months to raise £1,300 for Cotswold Care Hospice.

Bigger, brighter future for Bourton-on-the-Water Library

Stroud News and Journal: GPs prescribe self-help books for children in Somerset

5:03pm Thursday 24th July 2014

BOOK lovers in Bourton-on-the-Water will benefit when the village library moves into a bigger, brighter home in September.

Stroud Show: More pictures

Stroud News and Journal:

8:00pm Thursday 24th July 2014

Stroud Show: Downpours deter some, but the hardy still enjoy show

Stroud Show: More pictures

Stroud News and Journal:

8:00pm Thursday 24th July 2014

Stroud Show: Downpours deter some, but the hardy still enjoy show.

Stroud Show: More pictures

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8:00pm Thursday 24th July 2014

STROUD Show: Downpours deter some, but the hardy still enjoy the show.

Stroud Show: Downpours deter some, but the hardy still enjoy the show

Stroud News and Journal:

8:00pm Thursday 24th July 2014

TORRENTIAL rain on Saturday put a damper on the annual Stroud Country Show held at Stratford Park.

JUST IN: Man, 61, convicted of raping and sexually abusing two young girls and indecently assaulting an 11-year-old boy

Stroud News and Journal: webpix court justice

3:58pm Thursday 24th July 2014

A 61-YEAR-OLD man has been convicted today of repeatedly raping and sexually abusing two girls who were just six-years-old when the offences started.

Father and son on cannabis rap

Stroud News and Journal:

9:00am Sunday 27th July 2014

A HEAVY drinking dad turned a blind eye to the cannabis dealing business his teenage son ran from their Stonehouse home, a court heard on Tuesday.

Fears over homes plan

Stroud News and Journal:

12:00pm Saturday 26th July 2014

CONCERNS have been raised about plans to build two dozen houses in a Horsley hamlet – which would double housing figures.

Free music lesson for Gloucestershire residents

Stroud News and Journal:

9:00am Saturday 26th July 2014

FREE music sessions are on offer for all ages of people who sign up online.

Stroud in Transition Action Menu - how you can help the planet

Stroud News and Journal:

2:00pm Friday 25th July 2014

TRANSITION Stroud has received funding from Stroud Town Council (STC) to produce a 'Stroud in Transition Action Menu'.

Councillor proposes changes for Market Street

Stroud News and Journal:

3:00pm Sunday 27th July 2014

DEVELOPER Barrie Pierce put forward proposals to Nailsworth Town Council on Tuesday, July 15, which could change the outlook of Market Street.

Appeal for information after woman, 22, is forcefully kissed by man in Gloucester

Stroud News and Journal:

2:12pm Thursday 24th July 2014

A WOMAN was sexually assaulted as she spoke on her mobile phone in the centre of Gloucester.

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