Neil Carmichael praises Neighbourhood Plans during Parliamentary debate
STROUD MP Neil Carmichael this week praised the work of communities in Chalford, Dursley and Eastington in working towards compiling neighbourhood plans, during a debate in the House of Commons.
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the Mother of a vulnerable woman raped by a Dursley care worker says she hopes he dies a slow death.
The 47-year-old admitted raping women aged 32, 49 and 52 in a Gloucestershire care home, which cannot be named, between January 2012 and April 2013.
Wed Mar 05, 2014
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A JOBS taskforce is being set up to tackle redundancies in Dursley, Cam and Berkeley.
Fri Feb 28, 2014
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Stunning Northern Lights spotted in the Gloucestershire night sky
He posted: "Well tonight turned into something truly amazing. What was meant to be a simple night time shoot of the stars turned into something which I can only describe as AWESOME! "This shot, taken at Pan Tod Beacon in Ruardean Hill shows the night time sky with a weird green glow.
Thu Feb 27, 2014
Man jailed for stabbing Dursley girlfriend and setting dog on her
Joel Armstrong's relationship with Donna Grange had been "toxic and poisonous" and she had been aggressive and provocative towards him at times, Gloucester Crown Court was told A MAN who stabbed his Dursley partner during a row and allowed his dog to join in on an attack on her 14 months later was jailed for three years today.
Wed Feb 26, 2014
Family homes could be built on site of former care home and sheltered housing
Stroud District Council leader and Dursley councillor Geoff Wheeler said they have to strike the right balance when setting the CIL to fund infrastructure and encourage appropriate development at teh same time.
Paralysed Dursley RFC player inspires hundreds with his determination
A FORMER Dursley Rugby Club player is inspiring his friends and family with his determination to make the most of his life following a tragic car accident leaving him paralysed from the neck down.
Tue Feb 25, 2014
Grandfather enjoys 80-year choir career
Lionel Jones, 89, has been part of the choir for St James the Great's Church in Dursley since January 1934.
Mon Feb 24, 2014
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Sese's Hair Hair and Beauty salon in Dursley, Gloucestershire. Sese's Beauty Salon provides many services including; Hairstyling Barbering Colouring Perm... Gloucester Citizen list all of the local Health and Beauty spas and shops in the Gloucester area.
Wed Feb 19, 2014
Uley Community Store profits donated to Stroud District Foodbank
Aide Jones and Will Mansell, left, of the Stroud District Food Bank and some of the volunteers at Uley Community Stores collecting the donated food Hundreds of packets of sugar and jars of coffee will soon be winding their way to needy people across the Stroud district thanks to the efforts at Uley Community Stores.
Ten fascinating facts about Yate and Chipping Sodbury
The medieval street was purposely built to accommodate animal pens for the regular agricultural markets.
Tue Feb 18, 2014
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Tigers, leopards and tea: Coaley man recounts his India adventures
A MAN who left Dursley to seek adventure in India at the age of 22 has written a book about his experiences.
Fri Feb 14, 2014
Snapshot: Acrobats with Winship's Circus, July 1957
The photographs taken by Lionel Bathe are included in the National Fairground Archive's unique record of the lives of travelling showpeople in Britain, from the 1800s to the present day These acrobats braving a British summer's day were photographed in 1957 by Lionel Bathe at Winship's Circus, in Dursley, Gloucestershire.
Thu Feb 13, 2014
Woman, 74, left battered and bruised after cyclist collision
AN ELDERLY jogger from Stinchcombe paints a grisly picture after she was smashed into by a speeding road cyclist on Saturday.
Wed Feb 12, 2014
CAMPAIGNERS have vowed to fight resubmitted plans for 150 homes in Leonard Stanley.
It was revealed this week that new plans by developer Gladman for homes on Mankley Field were being recommended for approval.
Mon Feb 10, 2014
Toad patrollers needed to save Dursley's migrating amphibians
Now Gloucestershire Wildlife Trust again needs more help from local people to patrol local roads as there are still unmanned crossings.