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Innovative schemes sought for former boarding school in Gloucester

Developers are being sought for a former school and residential care home on Hucclecote Road, Gloucester.

Set in almost one and a half acres of grounds fronting Hucclecote Road, the handsome property being marketed by Bruton Knowles offers 11,000 sq ft of accommodation which could be configured for a variety of roles given the usual planning permissions.

Lakefest Livewire

Online battle of the bands gives chance to perform on stage at Lakefest 2014
This year Lakefest is launching a brand new and exciting competition for unsigned or upcoming bands. Taking the form of an "Online Battle of the Bands", the competition will see favourite local artists take to YouTube to compete for a spot on stage at Lakefest 2014.

Winter Motorcyclists - Be seen, be safe and not sorry Courtesy of Bloodbikes

Winter motorcycle riding presents its fair share of dangers, but with the right kit, a little common sense, and some minor changes to your riding style, you can carry on riding safely through all but the worst of the winter weather. Severn Freewheelers, the local branch of the Nationwide Association of Bloodbikes have put together a bit of advice to keep you safe on the roads this winter.

Help people manage their diabetes over the festive season

If you are one of the 3 million people in the UK living with diabetes, following a healthy lifestyle at Christmas can be hard work, but it doesn't mean traditional festive foods should be forbidden. As with everyone else, people with diabetes can include the occasional high fat or high sugar food like mince pies or Christmas pudding as part of a healthy diet.

Severn Freewheelers Bloodbikes

Gloucestershire, Hereford & Worcester give the gift of life this Christmas. Blood Bikes - groups of volunteer motor cyclists who provide an out-of-hours medical essentials courier service to hospitals and other health institutions within their area - will be working as usual during the Christmas and New Year holiday period.

Can the police help decrease fatal cycling accidents in Gloucestershire?

Steve Short, Director of Cheltenham Bikes is backing the police initiative in Bristol and hopes that Gloucester and Cheltenham constabulary also take part in the pilot scheme to stop cyclists riding without lights at night in order to reduce the number of casualties.

GofH: A century of fine silver in Chipping Campden

A celebration of the ongoing craft traditions of the Guild of Handicraft
This exhibition is a unique opportunity to see drawings created by George Henry Hart (1882-1973), an Arts & Crafts silversmith who came to Chipping Campden in 1902, alongside the actual pieces created.

Bikes4Africa Tetbury

"Education is the most powerful way to change the world" Nelson Mandela

New Hub to Promote Wellbeing and Performance

Oxstalls Campus, University of Gloucestershire, Oxstalls Lane, Gloucester, GL2 9WH. Wednesday December 11, 4pm-7.30pm. Admission free.
The University of Gloucestershire and Management Advisory Service (MAS) are joining forces to promote the Wellbeing and Performance agenda in Gloucestershire and the region.

University Professor Launches New Book at the United Nations

Professor Daniella Tilbury, Director of Sustainability at the University of Gloucestershire has just returned from the official launch of her new book which took place at the United Nations Headquarters in Nairobi on the 27th November.

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