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Archiving Flood Memories with the Community

10am-3pm, Monday October 29, Gloucester Archives, Clarence Row, Alvin Street, Gloucester GL1 3DW

Turning personal memories into digital stories is at the heart of the first of a series of events in Gloucestershire for those affected by flooding.

Walk For Forgiveness Arrives at the University of Gloucestershire

Tuesday October 23, 6.15pm-8.15pm, Large Lecture Theatre TC001, Francis Close Hall, Swindon Road, Cheltenham, GL50 4AZ

Former prisoner Frankie Owens will be delivering a guest lecture at the University of Gloucestershire on Tuesday October 23 as part of his walk from John O'Groats to Land's End.

Novelist Takes up Residence at the University of Gloucestershire

Prison warden turned novelist, Anna Lawrence Pietroni, has been appointed as the first writer-in-residence at the University of Gloucestershire.

University of Gloucestershire gives Freshers a Warm Welcome

More than 2000 students will be finding their feet and settling into life at the University of Gloucestershire this weekend.

Boost Your Employability With Postgraduate Study

Postgraduate, Professional and Short Courses Open Event, Tuesday 4th September, 4pm-7pm.

University of Gloucestershire Research to Help King Penguins

Staff and students from the University of Gloucestershire are hoping to help secure the future of King penguins in captivity.

University of Gloucestershire announces honorary awards

The University of Gloucestershire has announced the names of outstanding individuals connected to Gloucestershire who will receive honorary awards at this year's annual graduation ceremonies.

University of Gloucestershire celebrates budding entrepreneurs

Talented young entrepreneurs were given an opportunity to shine at the final of the University of Gloucestershire's annual BUG (Business Planning at the University of Gloucestershire) Competition (Wednesday 11 July).

Finding Out the Secrets of Flying Ants

Dr Adam Hart, biologist and science communicator at the University of Gloucestershire, has launched a nationwide flying ant survey in collaboration with the Society of Biology.

Every summer thousands of the ants can be spotted around the country, and the project aims to find out more about why they appear when they do.

Staff help children plan financial futures

Employees from leading wealth management company St. James's Place have been back to the classroom in Gloucestershire as part of a scheme to help children become better financial planners and savers.

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