Eddie

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Eddie last won the day on February 16

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  • Birthday 06/23/1949

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    Cinderford
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    Walking, reading,programming,Gloucestershire

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  1. If you are a fan of local amateur dramatics then take a look at the Gloucester Arts site. They are uploading all their past performances at https://glosartscouncil.org.uk/videos/ . Full length videos are there, not just clips from the shows.
  2. As there is over 25 gig of data here posts like this may not make it through. I'm afraid I can't download the whole lot again
  3. The Gloucester Arts Council have Launched new web site at https://glosartscouncil.org.uk/
  4. I see you won the bid this morning Paul
  5. Thanks PAul
  6. We are having a clear out. All items for sale here
  7. Your brothers are very lucky
  8. testing
  9. Hope you are well and happy mate
  10. Thanks. Hope you enjoyed the pics
  11. A very merry Christmas to you You can always contact me at https://vandaandeddie.uk/
  12. Thanks Jack. I don't get on here that much now as it is now 2 years since I sold the business
  13. Stroud District Council The first boat journey for more than 80 years, on a stretch of canal near Stroud, has taken place. The trip, on the boat Wookey Hole, marked the restoration of the waterway between Stonehouse and Bowbridge, which was part of the wider restoration of the Cotswold Canals. Since 2009 the project - which is mainly funded by the Heritage Lottery Fund - has seen restoration of over four miles of canal, nine locks and six miles of towpath. Stroud District Council's chief executive, David Hagg, said: "Thanks to a lot of great people, the first part is just about complete and the canal is there for the enjoyment of the whole community.
  14. Farmers say a cow which was "stolen" and destroyed by government officials who suspected it had bovine TB was clear of the disease. Hilary and Trevor Ogden, from Stroud, said they returned home to find a gate had been taken off its hinges. A cow suspected of having bovine TB was taken, but on Tuesday it was confirmed it did not have the disease, the couple said. Defra said this kind of intervention was "very rare". Mrs Ogden said the cow, named Cleo, was tested twice in the summer and cleared by the farm's vet. Another of their cows, Jasmine, was found to have TB and subsequently destroyed. However, the family said the government was not satisfied with Cleo remaining on Battledown farm, in Oakridge Lynch, with her two calves. Image copyrightGOOGLE Image captionThe family has a commercial herd at Battledown farm in Oakridge Lynch, near Stroud Mrs Ogden claimed she was followed when out shopping "so they would know when we were at home and when we weren't". "You're treated as if you're drug dealers or terrorists... that's what they do with people like that." A Defra spokesperson said: "Despite the distress and devastation caused by needing to remove cattle as reactors, the vast majority of livestock keepers cooperate with the government's policy to eradicate bovine TB from the national herd. "All such owners are contacted in person by APHA (Animal and Plant Health Agency) and the reasons for reactor removal and arrangements for their removal are explained in full and compensation is paid for the loss of each reactor." In 2016, 29,000 cattle were culled because of bovine TB and up to 33,500 badgers have been culled this year in an attempt to stem its spread. Defra requires cattle to undergo regular skin tests, to check for TB, and animals that show up positive for the disease have to be culled. BEEB
  15. Image copyrightGLOUCESTER CATHEDRAL Image captionGlenny designed this window at Gloucester cathedral in honour of local poet Ivor Gurney Plans to install a £100,000 stained glass window in a new bus station in Gloucester are being considered. A condition of the planning approval for the station was that it included a piece of public artwork. The window would be created by artist Tom Denny, who designed a window triptych at Gloucester Cathedral. Leader of Gloucester City Council, Paul James, said it would also "potentially help" the council in its ambition of being City of Culture in 2025. Image copyrightGLOUCESTER CATHEDRAL Supporters of the project said its cost is a very small part of the overall build: the new bus station budget is £7.5m. But some feel the cost of the artwork is excessive in a "cash-strapped environment". Leader of the Labour group, Terry Pullen, said the window cost is "an extortionate amount" and could have been better spent elsewhere: "We're in difficult times - we're facing stringent cuts - the council cannot justify committing this sort of money to the project" he said. BEEB