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Gloucestershire Warwickshire Railway Trust magazine wins Heritage Railway Association's ‘Best Publication' award

The Gloucestershire Warwickshire Railway Trust's (GWRT) magazine, The Cornishman, has won the highly prestigious Heritage Railway Association (HRA) ‘Best Publication' award for 2012.

The award will be presented by Lord Richard Faulkner, President of the HRA and a patron of the GWR to editor Steve Standbridge at the GWR on Sunday 27th October.

Local support helps Advisor to be rated in the UK's top 200

Cheltenham based Independent Financial Adviser, Safehands IFA Ltd, has been voted as one of the top 200 Rated Independent Financial Advisers (IFAs) in the UK by his clients.

Mark Manning, based in St George's Road, Cheltenham has been an adviser at Safehands IFA Ltd for a number of years and his achievement will be announced in The Times on Saturday 19th October.

Geoffrey Clifton-Brown MP formally objects to Bovis homes planning appeal for 146 houses in Stow on the Wold

Following Tony Baldry MP's outspoken comments regarding certain planning decisions, Geoffrey Clifton-Brown, Member of Parliament for The Cotswolds has formally written to Sir Mike Pitt, Chief Executive of the Planning Inspectorate, to formally object to the Bovis Homes Ltd development application in Stow which would see an additional 146 houses built.

Local Author Goes Online - twice in one week!

Bath-based Robert Craven is used to the world of publishing; he has five best-selling business books to his name! Now he is reaching out into the online world, not once, but twice in one month.

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.

The Chrysalis Collective Theatre Company to work with the RSC

Set up only a few months ago in July 2013 by University of Birmingham graduates Lucinda Lee and Christa Harris (both 23); The Chrysalis Collective has been chosen to participate in the prestigious RSC Open Stages 2013-16 scheme.

Weird weather creates recipe for autumn colour success

Experts at the Forestry Commission's National Arboretum at Westonbirt are predicting a riot of leaf colour alongside the spectacular show of forest fruits this autumn.

A weekend of Stargazing in Chipping Norton

On Saturday 12th October , Chipping Norton Amateur Astronomy Group (CNAAG) will be in Chipping Norton town centre to observe the Moon through a range of telescopes as part of The International Moon Observing Night. From 5.30pm onwards , weather permitting , they will be outside Jaffe & Neales bookshop. 

Enjoy all sorts of autumnal events at Westonbirt!

This autumn is predicted to be spectacular at the Forestry Commission's National Arboretum at Westonbirt and, as well as an array of autumn colour, there is a dazzling programme of events to enjoy throughout the season.

University of Gloucestershire student Attends Global Entrepreneurship Summit

University of Gloucestershire student Lisa Barnett is heading for Malaysia as one of just 250 18 to 25 year olds from around the world joining 300 Malaysian young people for the Global Startup Youth Event.

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