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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.

Geoffrey Clifton-Brown questions Environment Secretary on flooding concerns

Following a statement from the Rt Hon Owen Paterson MP, Secretary of State for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs, Geoffrey Clifton-Brown, Member of Parliament for The Cotswolds, praised the emergency services in the way they dealt with the recent flooding.

New Head of Rural Estate Management at Bruton Knowles

National property consultancy Bruton Knowles, with its headquarters in Gloucester, has appointed Philip Cowen as Head of Rural Estate Management.
Philip, aged 41, will be heading up and strengthening a team of rural professionals to support and help estate owners, farmers and rural business realise the full value of their land and assets.

MP welcomes planning permission for Cinema and Student Accommodation

Geoffrey Clifton-Brown, Member of Parliament for The Cotswolds, commenting on the decision this morning that planning permission has been granted for the four screen cinema, student accommodation and associated shops in Cirencester has said:

Prime rent increases reveal Cotswolds towns keeping pace with capital

Cirencester in the heart of the Cotswolds is one of just three shopping locations in the entire country where prime retail rents are growing as fast as they are in the top performing London shopping centres.
That's according to the latest UK retail breakdown from Colliers International which placed Cirencester sixth in a nationwide league table of best performing retail locations.

Geoffrey Clifton-Brown holds public flooding meetings

Geoffrey Clifton-Brown, Member of Parliament for The Cotswolds, organised and chaired five public flood meetings on Friday 18th October in South Cerney, Cirencester, Moreton-in-Marsh, Fairford and Lechlade and the Three Rivers Ward.

Christie + Co offer a new lease on the only independent Restaurant in Fairford

The Grade II listed traditional Cotswold building has been a restaurant for over 28 years with two operators in this time period and is now ready for a new concept and idea.

Once Leo's Restaurant, a family run Italian and more recently Allium restaurant that offered a more fine dining experience, the restaurant now offers the opportunity for someone to create something new.

Sodbury Sportive wins again!

On Sunday 18 August almost 600 cyclists took part in this years' Sodbury Sportive, a 50% increase on the 2012 event.

Sodbury Sportive fuelled by Waitrose

Waitrose today announced its support for the second annual Sodbury Sportive and pledged to keep the riders well fed by sponsoring the meal given to participating cyclists at the end of the event.
The Saddleback Sodbury Sportive (1) is a must do sportive for all levels of cyclists. The 2012 Sportive attracted 376 riders and raised £6404 for various Rotary Charities.

Geoffrey Clifton-Brown MP attends the launch of the National Citizens Service Initiative

Geoffrey Clifton-Brown, Member of Parliament for The Cotswolds, recently attended the launch of the National Citizens Service Initiative organised by Cirencester College. The event took place at the South Cerney Education Centre Water Park.

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