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Gloucestershire MPs seek urgent action from Police on badger cull

Three Gloucestershire MPs have called on Gloucestershire Constabulary to take urgent action to ensure farmers are properly protected, and the law is enforced, to prevent harassment and unlawful behaviour by some of those opposed to the badger cull.

Farmers urged to make their views known on changes to CAP rules

West Country farmers have just days left to make their views known on changes in Common Agricultural Policy rules that if implemented could deal them a severe financial blow.

Gloucestershire Cricket Board under 17s

Gloucestershire Cricket Board under 17s

Future county stars go free as Gloucestershire announces new membership packages

Gloucestershire's cricket stars of tomorrow will be able to watch the current team for free next summer after it was agreed that all junior county players will receive complimentary membership.

Emma Willis

Emma Willis

Diabetes UK

Diabetes UK

New Gloucester HQ for bespoke shirtmaker Emma Willis

Bespoke shirtmaker Emma Willis is moving in to a new HQ in the centre of Gloucester in a deal brokered by retail property specialists Bruton Knowles.

The Jermyn Street shirtmaker will be taking over a stylish period building at Bearland House in the city.

Donate Christmas greetings to Diabetes UK

Diabetes UK is asking people to wish their colleagues a Happy Christmas on a festive poster rather than sending cards within the workplace and donate the money saved from not buying cards, to the charity.

New HQ for oil company in Cheltenham

Optimum Oils is moving its Gloucestershire HQ from Quedgeley to Cheltenham having taken a new lease at Ullenwood Court.

Julian Capewell from Bruton Knowles' Gloucester office, who brokered the deal, said: "Once the directors saw the location and quality of accommodation there was nothing else to do but go for it.

Richard II: Stage versus Screen = a comparison

Last Wednesday saw David Tennant take to the stage and screen as Richard II in the first of a series of plays to be broadcast live from Stratford-upon-Avon. The Royal Shakespeare Company's production ran in Stratford until the 9th of November but this week gave an opportunity for all those unfortunate enough not to get theatre tickets to see the show on screen.

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