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Antiques From The Home Of John Penrose Go Under The Hammer at Dreweatts & Bloomsbury Auctions

An eclectic selection of interior antiques belonging to art and antiques dealer Mr, John Penrose will be sold at Dreweatts & Bloomsbury Auctions Donnington Priory saleroom in their two-day Interiors, Glass and Ceramics sale on Tuesday 28th and Wednesday 29th January.

Stonehouse-based firm Eurolink Connect support Operation Shoebox

2014 commemorates the fifteenth anniversary of Stonehouse-firm Eurolink Connect. As part of its anniversary initiatives Eurolink have joined forces with the voluntary charity organisation Operation Shoebox to supply goods and home comforts to 15 members of a British troop currently serving in Afghanistan.

Marie Curie Cancer Care needs 400 local Volunteer Collectors

Marie Curie Cancer Care is appealing for people across Coventry and Warwickshire to donate an hour of their time this March to collect for the charity's annual Great Daffodil Appeal.

Expectations! Recruitment Services is proud to support the James Hopkins Trust

Recruitment Agency Expectations! is set to support Gloucestershire children's charity the James Hopkins Trust, throughout 2014. Staff of Expectations! unanimously voted for the charity, after a recent office poll.

Marie Curie Cancer Care - Christmas Giving

Christmas is a very unique time to be spent with our families and loved ones and we need your help to make this possible for people with terminal illnesses. Marie Curie Cancer Care Nurses make sure that people have comfort and support at a very joyful, but stressful time of the year.

New Year's Resolution; Stopping the Cycle of Abuse in 2014

In September 2013 Relate Gloucestershire & Swindon (RGS) were granted £33,000 from Comic Relief to set up a Young Survivors Project in Gloucestershire and Swindon.

Winter Motorcyclists - Be seen, be safe and not sorry Courtesy of Bloodbikes

Winter motorcycle riding presents its fair share of dangers, but with the right kit, a little common sense, and some minor changes to your riding style, you can carry on riding safely through all but the worst of the winter weather. Severn Freewheelers, the local branch of the Nationwide Association of Bloodbikes have put together a bit of advice to keep you safe on the roads this winter.

Help people manage their diabetes over the festive season

If you are one of the 3 million people in the UK living with diabetes, following a healthy lifestyle at Christmas can be hard work, but it doesn't mean traditional festive foods should be forbidden. As with everyone else, people with diabetes can include the occasional high fat or high sugar food like mince pies or Christmas pudding as part of a healthy diet.

Severn Freewheelers Bloodbikes

Gloucestershire, Hereford & Worcester give the gift of life this Christmas. Blood Bikes - groups of volunteer motor cyclists who provide an out-of-hours medical essentials courier service to hospitals and other health institutions within their area - will be working as usual during the Christmas and New Year holiday period.

Can the police help decrease fatal cycling accidents in Gloucestershire?

Steve Short, Director of Cheltenham Bikes is backing the police initiative in Bristol and hopes that Gloucester and Cheltenham constabulary also take part in the pilot scheme to stop cyclists riding without lights at night in order to reduce the number of casualties.

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