• Criminal damage caused to buildings in Painswick

    CRIMINAL damage has been caused to a number of community buildings in Painswick. Between Monday, July 26 and Tuesday, July 27 graffiti reading the word ‘Mias’ in silver paint has been sprayed at four different locations; a wall belonging to the Painswick

  • School reunion for 1953 intake at Stroud Tech

    STROUD Girls Technical School, now Stroud High School, is having an unofficial reunion for its 1953 intake. The reunion will be held at the Old Nelson pub on Tuesday, September 14 at 12 noon, but despite already having 30 people signed up, organiser

  • Queen's award given to Bisley community

    MEMBERS of the Bisley Community have been presented with the prestigious Queen’s Award for Voluntary Service. More than 100 members take their garden waste to a designated site in Bisley and every year around 50 tonnes of this waste is transformed into

  • Marling student's project picked up by UN

    MARLING student Hagar Niblett has had his green project included at a UN exhibition that launched in New York on Wednesday, July 14. The month-long exhibition ‘Climate faces – Changing Earth, Changing Lives’ celebrates global efforts to combat climate

  • Forest Green reveal new shirt sponsor

    COVENTRY Building Society have agreed to become shirt sponsors of Forest Green Rovers. For many years, Stroud and Swindon Building Society have been strong supporters of Forest Green Rovers, and with their planned merger with Coventry Building Society

  • Marathon man Dan is Barcelona bound

    MARATHON man Dan Robinson flies out to Barcelona on today brimming with confidence ahead of the European Championships. Great Britain’s number one Marathon runner is now fighting fit for the big race on Sunday after dropping out of the London Marathon