Office let in revamped Cathedral Grounds

A unique office location in the grounds of Gloucester Cathedral has been let to Greystone Shipping Ltd following a deal brokered by Bruton Knowles. Greystone has taken a 432 sq ft office suite in the recently revamped College Green after...

/ 8th February 2018

Public invited to help complete Giant Colouring-in Carpet at Gloucester Cathedral for Big Draw 2017!

Gloucester Cathedral is embracing the National Campaign for Drawing ‘Big Draw 2017’ with a spectacular free interactive week-long activity this October half term. Renowned architectural artist Amy Jane Adams has designed a brand new, GIANT colouring-in carpet that will run...

/ 8th February 2018

Appeal after woman assaulted in Gloucester

Police are appealing for witnesses after a woman was assaulted whilst walking along Metz Way in Gloucester.  At approximately 4am on Sunday 24 September the 26-year-old victim was grabbed from behind by a man and punched in the face. The...

/ 8th February 2018

Burglar who targeted Winchcombe and Brockworth homes jailed for five years

A prolific burglar from Birmingham has been sentenced to five years in prison after he was found guilty of committing three burglaries in Winchcombe and Brockworth. Martin Payne, 37 and of Bleakhouse Road, Oldbury, was sentenced at Gloucester Crown Court...

/ 8th February 2018

16-year-old boy dies following collision in Cheltenham

Gloucestershire Constabulary is investigating a fatal collision in Cheltenham last Thursday. At approximately 11.45pm a blue Vauxhall Corsa with three teenage male occupants collided with a dry stone wall on Cotswold Way in Cheltenham. A 16-year-old was taken to John Radcliffe...

/ 8th February 2018

Gloucester’s Jamie McDonald announces new and enormous trans-US solo run

Three years after the end of a 5,000 mile solo run across Canada, during which real-life superhero Jamie McDonald raised more than £250,000 for children’s charities, the fundraiser has announced his next challenge at the Cheltenham Literature Festival. He will...

/ 8th February 2018

Developers sought for Staunton site

Developers are being sought for land with outline planning permission for 27 new homes off Chartist Way in Staunton to the north of Gloucester. The 2.79 acre, L-shaped site is being marketed by Bruton Knowles on behalf of Robert Hitchins...

/ 8th February 2018

Museum receives Royal award

Volunteers at the Jet Age Museum are celebrating a Royal award.  The Staverton-based registered charity received Queen’s Award for Voluntary Service 2017 in June. This award was created by The Queen in 2002 to mark the occasion of her Golden...

/ 8th February 2018

Warning issued after reports of anti-social behaviour in Gloucester

Officers want to issue a warning to a group of youths who have been taking part in anti-social behaviour in Gloucester in the past few weeks. The large group of youths are believed to be boys aged 13 to 16-years-old...

/ 8th February 2018

Live link spares eight year old from testifying in front of dad

An eight year old was spared the ordeal of appearing in court to give evidence of an alleged assault against her dad thanks to the use of video technology. The young girl was able to give evidence to a Judge...

/ 8th February 2018