140 GCH Staff Give a Day to support Gloucester Communities

Over 140 members of Gloucester City Homes (GCH) staff are spending this Friday working with local community groups to make a visible positive impact in the communities they jointly work in. The day has been arranged following the success of...

/ 8th February 2018

Co-op staff threatened at knife-point by robber

Gloucestershire Constabulary are appealing for information following a robbery at a Co-op store, High Street, Tredworth, Gloucester. On Sunday 10 September just before 10pm an unknown offender went into the shop and threatened staff with a knife.  He forced the...

/ 8th February 2018

Gloucestershire Constabulary HQ Open Day this Saturday

Gloucestershire Constabulary and the Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner (OPCC) will be opening their doors to the public once again on Saturday.  Over the past three years our annual Open Day has proved so popular we can’t wait to...

/ 8th February 2018

Autumn weather has not stopped Elmbridge resurfacing

Crews will be working through the night for an extra day of resurfacing at Elmbridge roundabout to make sure the programme remains on schedule. Drivers are asked to allow extra time for their journeys due to a variety of different...

/ 8th February 2018

Trading standards reveal underfoot illegal stash

Gloucestershire County Council’s trading standards have continued their crackdown on illegal tobacco with a successful raid in Eastgate Street. Trading standards officers carried out a search on a Gloucester city centre shop following intelligence about large quantities of illegal cigarettes...

/ 8th February 2018

Exciting times ahead as Gloucester climbing centre looks to move on up to pastures new

The Warehouse Climbing Centre has announced that its redevelopment plans for the future are nearing completion, and the project promises to be even more exciting than originally proposed.  After considering a range of options, the aim is to create a new site...

/ 8th February 2018

Gloucester house prices £335,000 cheaper than the capital, as 40% of young Londoners plan to buy outside of the big smoke

Move to Gloucester and spend £335,000 less on buying your home when compared to London prices, according to data collected by Online Mortgage Advisor.   Online Mortgage Advisor has created a city comparison tool called “Is The Grass Greener?”, which...

/ 8th February 2018

Gloucestershire police officers assist with aftermath of Hurricane Irma

Two Gloucestershire police officers have joined the aid response in the British Virgin Islands following Hurricane Irma.  Chief Inspector Paul Dutton landed on the island on Saturday 9 September,  the first British police officer to arrive in the area, and...

/ 8th February 2018

Witness appeal after man assaulted in Gloucester Park

Officers are appealing for witnesses to an assault which occurred in Gloucester Park in Gloucester last night, Wednesday 13 September. At around 9.30pm a man was involved in an altercation with a group of males and officers believe he was...

/ 8th February 2018

Family raise money for Wotton Lawn Hospital in memory of Roger Marsland

The loved ones of a man who ‘got his life back’ following admission to Wotton Lawn Hospital, in Gloucester, have raised more than £2,000 in his memory, to benefit the hospital and its service users. Roger Marsland, 59, was admitted...

/ 8th February 2018