Month: July 2018

Appeal after collision in Gloucester city centre

Police in Gloucester are appealing for witnesses after a driver left the scene of a collision on Southgate Street last week. The incident place at around 12.45pm on Friday 6 July and saw a black car pull out of the...

/ 10th July 2018

Secrecy and lawyer’s bills shroud GCC’s Incinerator says Green Party

Tim Davies, a Green Party member and open data campaigner, has been informed that GCC will not release updated costs for disposal of waste they have agreed with Urbaser Balfour Beatty, even though they have been instructed to do so,...

/ 10th July 2018

New road surface for A4136 from Edge End to Lower Berry Hill

A busy route between Gloucester and Monmouth is being resurfaced overnight from 19th July as part of Gloucestershire County Council’s £150m investment into the county’s highways. The A4136 is an important route for the Forest of Dean and this stretch of...

/ 10th July 2018

CCTV appeal following two distraction thefts

Police investigating two distraction thefts last month have released CCTV images of two women they would like to speak to in connection. A woman aged in her 70s was followed from her bank on Southgate Street, Gloucester by two women...

/ 6th July 2018

Lib Dems fight to preserve Elmscroft Community Centre

Fears have been raised over the future of Elmbridge’s largest community centre after a county council structural report suggested that significant work was required to meet health and safety standards. The current lease is due to expire in January 2019...

/ 6th July 2018

Future of two care homes to be discussed

Gloucestershire County council’s cabinet is being asked to consider proposals to close two care homes in the county. Gloucestershire Care Partnership (GCP) which includes the care provider The Orders of St John Care Trust (OSJCT) – together with Gloucestershire County...

/ 6th July 2018