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Degree show opens at Pittville Studios

Graduating art, media and design students will be presenting the best of their work at this year's degree show exhibition at Pittville Studios.

Express Way to a Magic Train Ride on the GWR

The Gloucestershire Warwickshire Railway is conjuring up a magic few days in May, when the biggest - and heaviest - star of the Harry Potter movies pays a visit.

The ‘star' is the dark red steam locomotive* that, in the films, hauls the ‘Hogwarts Express', carrying Harry Potter and his young wizard companions to Hogwarts School.

Cotswold Museum to host fun and factual events over May half term

Find a fun way to amuse the children during the May half term week, thanks to a range of educational-inspired events at the Corinium Museum.

Forensic psychology course helps in fight against crime

Students who would like to develop an understanding of investigative psychology are being invited to sign up to a new course taking place next week at the University of Gloucestershire.

University of Gloucestershire Mooters Taste Victory in Law Debate

Law students at the University of Gloucestershire are taking the floor and going from strength to strength in competitions around the country.

Working in pairs and playing the role of barristers, they role play and present a moot. This is a case which is a hypothetical legal scenario and an appeal against the decision of an earlier court.

Cirencester Pupils to enjoy watery away-day at South Cerney

Pupils from two Cirencester schools will cool off with a watery away-day this month thanks to joint work between Cotswold District Council and Cirencester Town Council.

Coberley Schools row now resolved

Students and staff turn off the lights for Earth Hour

Staff and students at the University of Gloucestershire uniting in their fight against climate change by taking part in the international Earth Hour event, hosted by the World Wildlife Fund.

Students invited to media summer school at University of Gloucestershire

Budding film-makers, journalists and radio producers will have the opportunity to sample campus life on a three-day media residential course at the University of Gloucestershire this summer.

Cotswold museum to reach for the stars with evening lecture

An insight into the sky and stars will be held at the Corinium Museum this month when Professor Clive Ruggles hosts a talk about Archaeoastronomy.

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