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Donate Christmas greetings to Diabetes UK

Diabetes UK is asking people to wish their colleagues a Happy Christmas on a festive poster rather than sending cards within the workplace and donate the money saved from not buying cards, to the charity.

New HQ for oil company in Cheltenham

Optimum Oils is moving its Gloucestershire HQ from Quedgeley to Cheltenham having taken a new lease at Ullenwood Court.

Julian Capewell from Bruton Knowles' Gloucester office, who brokered the deal, said: "Once the directors saw the location and quality of accommodation there was nothing else to do but go for it.

Richard II: Stage versus Screen = a comparison

Last Wednesday saw David Tennant take to the stage and screen as Richard II in the first of a series of plays to be broadcast live from Stratford-upon-Avon. The Royal Shakespeare Company's production ran in Stratford until the 9th of November but this week gave an opportunity for all those unfortunate enough not to get theatre tickets to see the show on screen.

Magistrate and Community Champion Receives Honorary Fellowship

Carol Francis has received an Honorary Fellowship from the University of Gloucestershire.

Bristol launch celebrates Fred Wedlock's rich legacy

The first biography of favourite Bristol folk singer Fred Wedlock will be launched at the city's M Shed with a celebration featuring performances from musicians including Fred's daughter Hannah.
The celebration on Saturday November 23 at 2pm will also feature archive footage of Fred in action put together using material held at Bristol Record Office.

Arts & Crafts Jewellery: The work of Arthur and Georgie Gaskin at Court Barn Museum

The current exhibition at Court Barn Museum, Chipping Campden, showing a rare collection of work by silversmiths and illustrators, Arthur and Georgie Gaskin, will close on Sunday 24 November.

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.

Cotswolds demonstrates truly international appeal

The international appeal of the Cotswolds has once again been recognised with a brace of hotels in Burford being sold by sector experts Colliers International.

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:

Along the Edge with Gromit raises £7450!...

97 intrepid walkers took part in Chipping Sodbury Rotary Club's 17th annual ‘Along the Edge with Gromit' sponsored walk on Sunday 8th September. The Rotary Club teamed up with Aardman's popular character Gromit to raise money for worthwhile causes with 50% of the monies raised donated to ‘The Grand Appeal' providing much needed funds for Bristol Children's Hospital.

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