• Keep Your Stuff Safe This Summer Say Cotswold And Stroud Police

    Police in the Cotswolds and Stroud area, along with the district Safer and Stronger Community Partnership, are taking an early springtime opportunity to remind the public of the simple steps they should take to keep their stuff safe this summer and reduce

  • Gloucestershire weekly roads update

    Since the start of Operation Road Rescue, Gloucestershire County Council has now repaired 20,795 potholes. Last week, 2,295 potholes were filled by 70 teams from Gloucestershire Highways. Since January 25th, the teams have been out around the county

  • MP David Drew urges community to save Forest Green

    MP and die-hard Forest Green fan David Drew has urged the community to rally to the aid of the cash-strapped club, write Rachel Clare and Ashley Loveridge. The club has had two winding up orders in the past three months but have managed to fight them

  • Recently reopened boozer bags 'pub of the year' award

    POPULAR local The Crown and Sceptre in Horns Road, Stroud, has scooped the Stroud branch of CAMRA’s Pub of the Year award just months after it recently reopened. The lively free house, which always has at least four real ales on tap and is the only pub

  • PLANNING applications received by Stroud District Council

    Bisley With Lypiatt: Mr Richard Neath, Lillyhorn Cottage, Bournes Green, Stroud: Alterations and extensions; Mr Christopher Miller, The Firs, Far Wells Road, Bisley, Stroud: Extensions and alterations. Cainscross: Mrs J Cole, 22 Bridge Mead, Ebley

  • Woodruffs organic cafe launches its new website

    STROUD’S Woodruffs organic café has launched its own website featuring its full daytime menu and details about its various organised events. The website went live earlier this month and includes a brief history of the popular High Street bistro, which

  • Wait is nearly over for primary school admissions

    Children starting school for the first time in September will find out where they are going next week. On Monday 29 March parents of pupils starting primary or infant school in September 2010 will receive an allocation letter from Gloucestershire

  • Stephen Harley-Sloman springs into action

    IT FELT so good on Sunday afternoon to have the warm sun on my back as I finally got to grips with the last of my borders to be tidied after winter. I was cutting down and removing dead stems of galega officianalis, dierama pulcherrimum, kniphofia and