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Cotswolds MP pleased by Ambulance Service response

Cotswolds MP Geoffrey Clifton-Brown has responded positively to the response from the Chief Executive of the Great Western Ambulance Service David Whiting, following the MPs criticism of the Ambulance Services response to a stabbing at the Stow Fair and Mr Whiting’s prioritisation of a meeting to discuss the incident.  Through Mr Clifton-Brown’s involvement an additional ambulance providin

Jacob Sutton's solo show - Farm Life - opens at The Dollar Street Gallery in September

Jacob Sutton’s solo show opens at The Dollar Street Gallery, 34-36 Dollar Street, Cirencester, Gloucestershire from 7th September to 2nd October 2010.
This exhibition will feature a series of farm scenes from around six farms where Jacob Sutton has been painting for the last three years including Wick Court Farm at Arlingham in Gloucestershire.

Geoffrey Clifton-Brown pledges support to sufferers of Eating Disorders

Cotswolds MP Geoffrey Clifton-Brown has affirmed his commitment to supporting those in the Cotswolds suffering from eating disorders following attending one of the monthly meetings of the Cirencester branch of the charity, beat - a charity that supports people suffering from eating disorders and is a “life-line” for both carers and sufferers. 
 

Cirencester Fun Run raises £25,000 for Foundation

Organisers of a 10 kilometre Fun Run on the Bathurst Estate in Cirencester Park are delighted after £25,000 was raised for good causes.
 
More than 250 runners took part in the event, which raised funds for the St. James’s Place Foundation, a successful grant making charity that gives vital funds to charities registered in the UK.
 

Cotswolds to benefit from new conservation funding

Launch of new Cotswolds dry-stone walling grant scheme.
The Cotswolds Conservation Board and National Grid have announced a brand new £300,000 grant scheme available for landowners, farmers and local communities in the Cotswolds Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.

St. James's Place from Cirencester in London - Paris cycle event

A group of cyclists from the Cirencester office of wealth management company St. James’s Place are to take part in a London to Paris Cycle Event at the end of the month in aid of the St. James’s Place Foundation and the Laureus Sport for Good Foundation.
 

Cirencester Fun Run organisers aim to raise over £25,000 for charity

Organisers planning a Fun Run on the Bathurst Estate, Cirencester Park in July are hoping to exceed the £25,000 raised for charity last year.
 
Already, 300 runners have signed up for the popular event, which will raise funds for the St. James’s Place Foundation, a successful grant making charity that gives vital funds to charities registered in the UK.

Making a Splash - Alan Brassington at The Dollar Street Gallery, Cirencester

Making a Splash is a show of around 40 small watercolours and drawings of the Cirencester Open Air Swimming Pool by Alan Brassington at The Dollar Street Gallery, 34-36 Dollar Street, Cirencester, Gloucestershire from 22nd May and continuing throughout the summer.  Prices start from £150.  A small run of illustrated posters signed by the artist is also available.

Cotswolds MP says Cotswold Water Park Society arrests are "deeply disappointing"

Cotswolds MP Geoffrey Clifton-Brown has responded to the news that the chief executive and finance director of the Cotswold Water Park Society have been arrested after “financial irregulaties” were discovered as a “deeply disappointing development”

Post Generation Nostalgia - new paintings by Mike Molloy at Cirencester

Tuesday 4th May – Saturday 29th May 2010.
Dollar Street Gallery, 34-36 Dollar Street,Cirencester, Glos. GL7 2AN

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