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Hamlet of Dean residents face disappointment after Government scrap rural broadband scheme

Residents of the hamlet of Dean near Chipping Norton in Oxfordshire were recently let down by a government scheme that aimed to bring super-fast broadband to every home in the area. 

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.

Pupils from Chipping Sodbury and Brimsham Green schools compete in Rotary's Youth Speaks contest

The Rotary Club of Chipping Sodbury (1) recently helped pupils at two local schools in Yate and Chipping Sodbury overcome their nerves and take part in a public speaking competition.

Out with the Old:New rules replace rent arrears law

New regulations governing the ways in which landlords can recover commercial rent arrears could upset relationships between owners and tenants, according to sector specialists at Bruton Knowles.

Boyzone forest shows announced for the summer

Boyzone have announced their Forest Live debut this summer. In a continuation of the celebration of their ‘BZ20' anniversary, Ronan, Keith, Shane & Mikey will be performing in four spectacular woodland locations as part of the Forestry Commission's annual concert series. See them locally at Westonbirt Arboretum on Friday 18th July.

Oxford International Art Fair in February

Oxford, city of culture is to host its first International Art Fair. Showcasing the works of some of the worlds most talented emerging artists in one of the finest buildings in this beautiful city.
A free to public event at the atmospheric Oxford Town Hall, running from 7 - 9 Feb 2014, this Art extravaganza is not to be missed.

Stargazing in Chipping Norton as part of BBC Stargazing Live

On Friday 10th January , weather permitting , the Chipping Norton Amateur Astronomy Group will be observing the Moon and the planet Jupiter from the forecourt of Jaffe & Neales Bookshop and Cafe in Chipping Norton.

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.

University of Gloucestershire Thrilled to Secure EU Project to Improve Employability of Graduates in Sports across the EU

A University of Gloucestershire led project has been given the approval of the European Commission in Brussels.The project titled EGS ‘Employability of Graduates in Sport' is funded to the total of €360k by the European Union's (EU) Erasmus Lifelong Learning programme.

New Year, New Job for 2014!

In addition to losing weight, and spending more time with family, many people will set a New Year's resolution to improve their professional lives in the coming year. According to research, one of the top 10 most popular resolutions is job-related, whether it's landing a new job, a promotion, or to earn more money.

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