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Gloucester's Big Tree Plant

Two years on and the Government's £4 million Big Tree Plant has seen over 239,000 trees planted across the country with £3.4 million of the funding already allocated to 128 groups who will be planting more than 813,000 trees.

Archiving Flood Memories with the Community

10am-3pm, Monday October 29, Gloucester Archives, Clarence Row, Alvin Street, Gloucester GL1 3DW

Turning personal memories into digital stories is at the heart of the first of a series of events in Gloucestershire for those affected by flooding.

Honorary awards for Cheltenham Festivals chief executive and SuperGroup founder

The University of Gloucestershire has revealed the names of two successful business leaders who are to be recognised by the University for their exceptional achievements and contributions to Gloucestershire.

Boost Your Employability With Postgraduate Study

Postgraduate, Professional and Short Courses Open Event, Tuesday 4th September, 4pm-7pm.

Gloucester Market in Oils - at Chorley's on Thursday 24th May 2012

One of the more interesting topical lots in Chorley's Fine Art sale on Thursday, 24th May 2012 is Lot 283, an oil painting of the Old Cattle Market in Gloucester, expected to realise between £1,000 - 1,500.

Malawi Project Wins Gold at Podium Awards

The University of Gloucestershire led Sport Malawi and Malawi 2012 project has won Gold at the prestigious London 2012 Games-inspired Podium Awards.

University of Gloucestershire students Celebrate Healthy Lifestyles

Joining forces with the local community, students at the University of Gloucestershire have been making a change for the better in Cooper's Edge, near Brockworth, as part of a sports-based project in the local school.

the open west at Gloucester Cathedral 3rd to 31st March 2012

On Saturday 3rd March 2012 Gloucester Cathedral is opening its doors as the setting for the open west's annual exhibition. This event is an international competition open to artists practising across a range of contemporary disciplines.

Regional Fire Controls Proposals Burnt to a Cinder

Cotswold MP Geoffrey Clifton-Brown today welcomed the news that the Government has cancelled plans for regional fire control centres.
In a statement to the House of Commons Bob Neill MP, Minister at the Department for Communities and Local Government, announced that the project had been halted.

Wildlife Photographer of the Year Exhibition at Nature in Art

18th January  – 13th March 2011 Nature in Art, Twigworth, Gloucester
Fresh from its launch at the Natural History Museum!

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