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IN August, young people across the country will be reviewing their options further to receiving their GCSE or A-Level results. For some, the most desirable option may be to pursue a degree. However, university is not for everybody, and not all professional careers require a degree, so many young people will be looking for a different route to the career of their choice.
12:28pm Thursday 31st July 2014
SPANIARDS and Italians Voted The Best Hosts Berlin, Germany 31/07/2014: English people are the second most popular travel companions in Europe, and the Spanish carry a good reputation as hosts and guests, a new pan-European poll from journey planning platform, GoEuro (www.goeuro.co.uk), can reveal.
2:56pm Wednesday 30th July 2014
75 MEMBERS of the UK’s favourite contemporary choir supported the Marie Curie Cancer Care Walk Ten in Badminton on Saturday 26th July, by performing a number of feel good songs to help set the walkers off on their way.
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DEREK Newman of Newman Fine Art from the Cotswolds will exhibit for sale some of his personal collection of Gloucestershire views at the forthcoming Cotswolds Decorative Antiques & Fine Art Fair, August15-17, at Westonbirt School, Westonbirt, near Tetbury, Gloucestershire.
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10:02am Wednesday 30th 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.
9:55am Wednesday 30th July 2014
RELATE Gloucestershire and Swindon is offering advice for parents ahead of the long school holidays. Calls to Relate Gloucestershire and Swindon often increase dramatically after the school holidays, as family tensions simmer during the long summer break.
Before saying ‘I do’: Relate Gloucestershire and Swindon offers top tips for relationships before getting hitched
9:52am Wednesday 30th July 2014
TIS’ the season of wedding bells and this month many people will be making their vows to their beloved. Some have chosen a longer engagement while other couples opt to get married while still in their honeymoon period; but which marriages are set to last a lifetime?
2:32pm Tuesday 29th July 2014
WHILE some people believe that by transforming homes with expensive makeovers will make a home a memorable place to live new research reveals that celebrations, family milestones and raising children are memories that stay with homeowners.
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:
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.
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Meet the Cotswold Care Hospice charity shop volunteers – the most dedicated volunteers in Gloucestershire
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WE HAVE had an extremely busy couple of months, doing what we do best, first of all on June 12 the members held their Annual Meeting when it was our chance to thank the President and Committee for all their hard work during the year.
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GAS Safe Register issues warning as fewer people than ever are aware of the dangers of carbon monoxide from barbecues Gas Safe Register is warning the 17 million1 Brits expected to go on holiday this summer about the dangers of using barbecues
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TRACTOR Ted, the star of young children’s books and films, is hosting his Big Machines Weekend at Tractor Ted’s Little Farm at Bowood House, Wiltshire on Saturday 16th and Sunday 17th August from 12pm-4pm.
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PUPILS from St. Matthew’s Church of England Primary School on Church Road in Stroud were called upon to lend a helping hand to their new neighbours when they were invited to take part in a competition to name the suites at Care UK’s new £8 million care home – Scarlet House.
11:35am Monday 21st July 2014
LOOKING at the table meticulously set before us our speaker Mr Jeff Ford transported us to another world of the skilful ancient craft of enamelling, which is a fusion of glass to metal under high heat.
4:28pm Thursday 17th July 2014
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GLOUCESTERSHIRE based Widden Primary School has taken on a challenging, but fantastic educational project and built a greenhouse out of 1,000 plastic bottles! Donated by Printwaste Recycling & Shredding, the recycled bottles have not only been used to create the greenhouse structure, but have also provided ‘grow-bags’ for plants, been used to create carrier bags and helped to support a wheelchair charity.
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A FAMILY from Luckington who visit Helen House are calling for donations in a final push to raise the remaining £500,000 of the £1.5m needed to refurbish Helen House to bring it up to modern standards for families from Gloucestershire and Wiltshire.
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