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  1. Swingers festival 'was too loud'Read the original story w/Photo

    10 hrs ago | BBC News

    A swingers festival failed to click with nearby villagers who complained of nocturnal noise nuisance from three nights of "incredibly loud music". Swingfields, which describes itself as a lifestyle festival, was held in Flaxley in the Forest of Dean over the weekend.

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  2. Celebrity judge announced for dog show at Gloucestershire Vintage & Country ExtravaganzaRead the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | Wilts and Gloucestershire Standard

    Lisa Maxwell, Lady Bathurst and Carolyn Blackburn with the Cotswold Dogs and Cats Home Team and builders, celebrating the ground breaking of the new permanent centre A CELEBRITY judge has been announced for the highly anticipated dog show at this year's Gloucestershire Vintage & Country Extravaganza. Lisa Maxwell came to fame on The Bill and later starred on Loose Women and will be judging the hounds in categories from "prettiest bitch" and "most handsome dog" to "scruffiest mutt" and "golden oldie".

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  3. New clubhouse near Cirencester denied licence to open until 1am after resident's complaintsRead the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | Wilts and Gloucestershire Standard

    Ballihoo Clubhouse and Restaurant, in Lower Mill Estate, Somerford Keynes, had applied for a licence to sell alcohol, perform live music and screen films from 7am to 1am, as well as to provide late night refreshments from 11pm to 1am. One resident, Ann Foxon, of Mill Village, wrote to object: "We bought our cottage with a view to get away from London and city life, along with most residents.

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  4. Chippenham BID appoints new deputy chairRead the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | This is Wiltshire

    Mr Gregory, a director at Digiprint in the town, will be working closely alongside BID chair Melody Thompson, who is director of 24-7 Staffing. Both stood in the town council elections two years ago for their own party, Chippenham Champions, and Mrs Thompson was elected but has since joined the Conservative Party.

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  5. Painswick celebrates re-opening of long-awaited Post Office serviceRead the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | Stroudnewsand Journal

    Chairman of Painswick parish council Martin Slinger and postmaster Shreyas Patel cut the ribbon at Painswick Town Hall along with Cllr Rob Lewis, Cllr Jason Bullingham and Cllr Roey Parker PAINSWICK residents have finally got their Post Office back, after an Outreach Service was officially opened at the Town Hall on Friday. Parish council chairman Martin Slinger cut the ribbon to mark the opening of the new Hosted Outreach Service in the town.

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  6. Public Image Ltd releasing new album in September, share "Double...Read the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | Brooklynvegan

    Public Image Ltd have a new album on the way, What The World Needs Now... , which will be out September 4 via PiL Official. The band made the album at Steve Winwood's Wincraft studio in the Cotswolds' and you can stream opening cut "Double Trouble" right now.

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  7. Furious villagers blockade their High Street for an hour in...Read the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | This Is Somerset

    Hundreds of furious residents of a Somerset village blockaded their High Street in protest at 'being cut off' if their threatened bus service is axed. Almost half the population of Rode, which lies between Frome and Trowbridge on the Somerset-Wiltshire border, turned out to stage a protest on Saturday, and stood across the High Street to stop the traffic and prevent buses getting through.

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  8. Inside the Pavilion: Atherton unimpressed with our bowlersRead the original story w/Photo

    4 hrs ago | Wilts and Gloucestershire Standard

    It was a poor game on a poor pitch which was slow-paced and the ball turned too much. Run-scoring was difficult and no batsman got beyond 40. The last-ball six did not worry me, as these things can happen, but the number of wides and no balls bowled by the Gloucestershire attack was 'unforgiveable'.

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  9. Swingers take over sleepy British village for 3-day sex-festRead the original story w/Photo

    4 hrs ago | New York Daily News

    The Swingfields festiva took in the little village of Flaxey, in the Forest of Dean, Gloucestershire, England, over the weekend. The event, dubbed the biggest in the swinging calendar, was a complete shock to the 30 or so residents who live in the area.

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  10. Kubota first choice for Cotswolds alpaca farmRead the original story

    4 hrs ago | FarmingUK

    The many benefits of choosing compact and versatile groundcare machinery over larger models is becoming more commonplace in small estates, farms and smallholdings, as the sophistication and capabilities of these smaller machines, such as utility vehicles and compact turf machinery, grows. Kensmyth Alpaca Stud, situated just outside the Cotswold village of South Cerney, is one such example, with Kubota's four-seater utility vehicle - the RTV1140 - now an indispensible part of daily operations for the rapidly developing alpaca farm.

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  11. Train strike to go ahead from WednesdayRead the original story w/Photo

    4 hrs ago | Worcester News

    TRAIN services through Worcestershire and across the country are set to be disrupted with rail workers staging a 48-hour strike from Wednesday evening. Members of the Rail, Maritime and Transport Union working for First Great Western will walk out from 6.30pm on Wednesday in a row over job cuts and maintenance of new Hitachi trains.

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  12. Chipping Sodbury care provider offers households advice on staying coolRead the original story w/Photo

    4 hrs ago | Gazette Series

    HOUSEHOLDS across South Gloucestershire are being advised on how to stay cool this summer by a Chipping Sodbury based care provider. Bluebird Care, which specialises in working with people who suffer from dementia, physical and learning disabilities, is offering advice to older people and those who might be at risk in the hotter weather over the next few weeks.

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  13. PHOTOS: Postman Dan Jones sheds seven stone by running along... 10Read the original story w/Photo

    4 hrs ago | This Is Somerset

    Postie has gone from Postman Fat to Postman fit after shedding seven stone - by jogging four miles every day on his round. But he decided to ditch his unhealthy lifestyle two years ago when he was told he was at risk of suffering a heart attack or developing diabetes.

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  14. 130 schoolchildren kicked out of end-of-term prom after... 1Read the original story w/Photo

    4 hrs ago | This is South Wales

    More than 130 schoolchildren were kicked out of their prom at a racecourse after smuggling in booze. The entire party of 15 and 16-year-olds were ejected for trying to bring alcohol into a marquee at the horse racing track.

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  15. GOLF: Seniors triumph in Two Hills TrophyRead the original story w/Photo

    4 hrs ago | Gazette Series

    THE SUN continued to shine on Cotswold Edge Golf Club last week when the seniors retained the Two Hills Trophy at home to Stinchcombe Hill, winning 4 1-2 to 1 1-2. And the 'Am Am' competition was well-supported on the hottest day of the week with 36 teams competing in a strokeplay competition, with the two best scores counting.

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  16. a Woman from Cam became a volunteer at Longfield charity shop in Dursley for a very special reason.Read the original story w/Photo

    4 hrs ago | Gazette Series

    She joined the shop in 2012 and now divides her time as a shop volunteer and part-time deputy manager. Every year Longfield's 14 shops raise almost half of the money needed for the charity to provide its free services.

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  17. 'a 48 hours of hell': UK's biggest sex festival scandalizes sleepy villageRead the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | Russia Taday

    Residents of a sleepy village in Gloucestershire were left scandalized over the weekend when the UK's largest sex festival set up camp, bringing with it 'intolerable' levels of noise. Swingfields 2015 took place in the hamlet of Flaxley in the Forest of Dean, a small community of just 30 people.

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  18. Campaign by Chippenham teenager earns him a national accolade.Read the original story w/Photo

    6 hrs ago | This is Wiltshire

    A CAMPAIGN by Chippenham teenager Kieran Mulvaney to change perceptions around young people's mental health has earned him a national accolade. Kieran, 17, of Chippenham, was successfully nominated for a Diana Award which recognises the work of young people to inspire the lives of others.

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  19. Police launch appeal to trace three people after silver Seat collides ...Read the original story w/Photo

    8 hrs ago | Stroudnewsand Journal

    The silver Seat mounted the pavement and collided with two pedestrians and a telegraph pole before ending up in someone's garden POLICE are appealing for three people to come forward after a car mounted the pavement and collided with two pedestrians and a telegraph pole in Hester's Way on Saturday, July 4. Officers want to talk to two men and a woman who are suspected of being occupants in the silver Seat that was travelling on Hester's Way Road, in the direction of Princess Elizabeth Way. The occupants of the Seat are believed to have left the scene of the crash before the emergency services arrived.

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  20. 'Bend it like Bronze' as soccer girls find a new role modelRead the original story w/Photo

    9 hrs ago | Wilts and Gloucestershire Standard

    England's Lucy Bronze, No.12, celebrates with team-mates Fara Williams, left, and Jodie Taylor after her goal in the win against host nation Canada at the Women's World Cup. Picture: Adrian Wyld/ Canadian Press via AP WELL-EARNED bronze medals from the third-place play-off at the Women's World Cup are the England team's reward for a quality campaign in Canada, but the legacy of their success will, hopefully, show itself in the local game over the next few years.

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