Shilton Steps In For Sportsman’s Evening

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April 24, 2014

England goalkeeping legend Peter Shilton will be replacing Bob Wilson at our upcoming Sportsman’s Dinner at the Hatton Court Hotel on May 15th. Unfortunately the Arsenal legend has had to step down from the evening to undergo treatment for prostrate cancer; and everyone at Gloucester City would like to wish Bob a speedy recovery....
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Cameron’s description of Britain as ‘Christian country’ sparks debate

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April 24, 2014

DAVID Cameron’s description of Britain as a Christian country has sparked debate in Worcestershire.
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National Stalking Awareness Day: Gloucestershire woman’s 10 years…

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April 24, 2014
National Stalking Awareness Day: Gloucestershire woman’s 10 years…

A BUSINESSWOMAN was stalked and harassed for 10 years by a man she met through work. The Gloucestershire woman was forced to put a panic alarm in her home and eventually had to move after being told she was no longer safe to live alone. The 48-year-old...
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PICTURES: Gloucester removals company truck sinks into ‘quicksand…

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April 24, 2014
PICTURES: Gloucester removals company truck sinks into ‘quicksand…

A GLOUCESTER removals company had a sinking feeling when they turned for a job in Cheltenham. Advanced Removals saw the wheel of their truck gradually sink into the Leckhampton road – as if it was quicksand. The truck's front left wheel sank seve...
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Boy, 7, hit by car while riding bike

A seven-year-old boy who was hit by a car while riding his bicycle remains in hospital with serious head injuries.
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Two in hospital after Minchinhampton crash

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April 24, 2014
Two in hospital after Minchinhampton crash

A TRAFFIC collision in Minchinhampton yesterday morning left two people in hospital. The crash on Minchinhampton Common happened at 9.17am on April 23. An injured woman was released from her car by fire crews from Nailsworth and Stroud. An injured m...
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Badger demo comes to home of Princess Anne

A RETIRED policeman who was infuriated by Princess Anne’s call for the gassing of badgers is to lead a protest demo outside her Gatcombe Park estate which he has dubbed ‘Gascombe Park.’
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‘Last bid’ for forest education site

A community group wanting to take over a Forest of Dean outdoor education centre says it has offered its final bid.
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Cricket: Gidman heroics go unrewarded in Gloucestershire draw

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April 24, 2014

A SUPERB bowling display by Will Gidman was not enough to give Gloucestershire their first win of the season as they were frustrated by the rain in Cardiff.
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Jury fail to reach sex trial verdict

A JURY has failed to reached verdicts on 14 child sex charges brought against Nailsworth man James King.
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Foster carer goes ‘extra mile’ for children in Gloucestershire

A FOSTER carer has been recognised by Gloucestershire County Council as a woman who has really gone the extra mile for children in her care.
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Man, 25, punhced and kicked during assault in Cirencester

POLICE in Cirencester are appealing for information after a serious assault in the town centre over the weekend.
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Final preparations underway for Gloucester Docks Dragonboat…

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April 24, 2014
Final preparations underway for Gloucester Docks Dragonboat…

Excitement is building ahead of this year's charity dragon boat regatta at Gloucester Docks. With just days to go until the boats line up under starter's orders, teams who have nailed down a spot in the popular race are making their final preparations...
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Dominic Dale makes a bright start at the World Snooker Championships

DOMINIC Dale emerged firmly on top in the first session of his World Snooker Championship as he heads into Thursday with a commanding 7-2 lead over seeded Mark Davis.
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Witness appeal after boy seriously injured in Broadwell collision

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April 24, 2014
Witness appeal after boy seriously injured in Broadwell collision

Police are appealing for witnesses after a boy was seriously injured in a collision in Broadwell in the Forest of Dean. A black Ford Focus driven by a local woman collided with the 7-year-old as he rode a bike on North Road at about 6.45pm yesterday (...
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Coleford Classic Car and Transport Festival

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April 24, 2014
Coleford Classic Car and Transport Festival

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Weather: Sunshine and isolated showers forecast for Gloucester

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April 24, 2014
Weather: Sunshine and isolated showers forecast for Gloucester

EARLY mist and fog patches will gradually clear this morning, with warm sunshine and maximum temperature of 14°C in Gloucester today. However a few heavy showers are possible by this afternoon, especially over higher ground. Tonight showers will...
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Highways chiefs in Gloucestershire hope calls to fill A417…

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April 24, 2014
Highways chiefs in Gloucestershire hope calls to fill A417…

Highways chiefs in Gloucestershire say they are "extremely hopeful" pleas to replace the notorious A417 Missing Link will be heard. More than 4,500 people have signed a petition calling for dual carriageway bypass the A417 Loop to be built between the...
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Kevin Costner and Modern West for Sportbeat? No thanks we’d…

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April 24, 2014

Kevin Costner has played Robin Hood, Bull Durham and Superman's dad in some of Hollywood's biggest blockbusters – but he was turned away from taking the stage at this summer's Sportbeat festival as his act wasn't considered right for the show. Th...
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Fresh calls made to fix notorious A417 road after Easter Sunday pile-up

A THREE car pile-up on the notorious single carriageway section of the A417 on Easter Sunday has lead to new calls being made for an urgent upgrade of the road.
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Designer shop closes its doors for the final time in Cirencester

A CIRENCESTER clothes shop is closing its doors for the final time on Saturday, after supplying the town for over 30 years.
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