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  1. Cirencester Male Voice Choir in full voice for September's West of...Read the original story w/Photo

    18 hrs ago | Wilts and Gloucestershire Standard

    CHOIRS from Gloucestershire, Somerset and Worcestershire, including Cirencester Male Voice Choir, gathered at Dursley Social Club for a major rehearsal of the works that will be performed at the Colston Hall, Bristol on September 12. This event is the West of England Festival of Male Choirs and the massed choirs will total over three hundred voices. The acclaimed tenor Wynne Evans will be the guest soloist, backed by the massed voices in such classics as Nessun Dorma and Anthem from Chess.

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  2. Questions remain over Lydney man Stephen Midwinter's deathRead the original story w/Photo

    21 hrs ago | This is Gloucestershire

    The family of a Lydney man who went missing for more than two weeks before being found dead will forever be searching for answers as an inquest could not find why he disappeared. But it was not until May 25 that his body was found in the River Wye by a passing canoeist between Wintour's Leap and Tintern.

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  3. Morning commute in Gloucestershire is 5mph faster than national averageRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | This is Gloucestershire

    Department for Transport statistics have shown Gloucestershire's A-roads to be quicker than the national average during morning commutes. The figures, which were published by the DfT last week, show the dreaded morning commute between the hours of 7am and 10am, to be 5mph quicker here than other parts of the country.

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  4. Kieran Dovey to return to Ludlow MUCH-ACCLAIMED playmaker Kieran...Read the original story

    Wednesday | Ludlow Advertiser

    The 20-year-old midfielder cum striker left the West Midlands ?League outfit in the summer to try his luck with Southern League Cinderford Town, but he played his last game for the Forest of Dean side in Saturday's 3-3 draw with Banbury United. Boss Dave Cooper is delighted to see his Player of the Year from last season back in the fold.

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  5. Chef who won TV cooking show admits drink-drive crash after becoming depressed at landing dream jobRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | IcNetwork

    A chef's delight at winning his dream job on a TV show quickly turned to depression when he realised what the work was like - and led to him getting drunk and overturning his car, a has court heard. But his solicitor told Cheltenham Magistrates at Wednesday's hearing that it was a case of "be careful what you wish for" because Guy soon found the job was not what he expected - and he felt isolated because he was so far from home.

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  6. Chef who won his dream job on BBC2 show crashed his Peugeot while...Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Daily Mail

    Gunman shoots reporter and cameraman dead on live TV morning show: Hunt for killer who was caught on horrifying video of attack Chef won his dream job on BBC2 show - but turned to drink because he hated the hours and crashed his Peugeot while almost double the drink-drive limit Matthew Guy won his dream job on a BBC2 show but ended up turning to alcohol because he hated it and later crashed his car while twice the drink-drive limit A talented chef who won his dream job on a BBC2 show ended up turning to alcohol because he hated it and later crashed his car while almost twice the drink-drive limit, a court heard.

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    Tuesday Aug 25 | This is Gloucestershire

    Lee Fancourt on his bike on one of the trails in the Forest of Dean near the Cannop Valley bike park. Lee Fancourt on his bike on one of the trails in the Forest of Dean near the Cannop Valley bike park.

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    Tuesday Aug 25 | This is Gloucestershire

    If you want your views heard over the future of waste and recycling in the Forest of Dean, you have a week to submit them to the Council. If you want your views heard over the future of waste and recycling in the Forest of Dean, you have a week to submit... WITH just over A week left until the consultation closes, residents living in the Forest of Dean are encouraged to give their views on their future waste and recycling services by completing an online survey.

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  9. it's the Weekend: Equine therapy in PontypoolRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Aug 21 | South Wales Argus

    For three years the pair have seen firsthand the therapeutic benefits horses can bring to children and adults who have a range of behavioural difficulties and learning disabilities. While communicating with animals can seem to many something best left to the imagination, the results at the sisters' Woodland Farm, in rural Pantygasseg, show otherwise.

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  10. Hundreds attend Castell Roc festival openerRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Aug 21 | South Wales Argus

    Kathleen Jenkins, James Redmond and the Don Fox Scandal performed at the Big 'C' Charity Bash, a free night to start the festival and raise funds for Marie Curie Cancer Care. And singers from Monmouthshire and the Forest of Dean performed as part of Karl Daymond's Singing Club and Big Mac's Wholly Soul Band bought the night to a close.

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  11. Team to cycle 110 miles for Worcestershire's dementia nursesRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Aug 20 | Malvern Gazette

    A TEAM of cyclists are preparing to pedal 110 miles around the Worcestershire and Gloucestershire countryside in just two days in a bid to raise cash for specialist dementia nurses. The group - who have dubbed themselves the Mid-Life Cyclists - are taking on the challenge in aid of Dementia UK.

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  12. FOOTBALL: Mad eight minutes ruins battling Sharpness' afternoon Sharpness FC newsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Aug 20 | Gazette Series

    ON a warm afternoon in the Forest of Dean a mad eight second half minutes spoilt the afternoon for Sharpness. The Sharks started well and could well off been two up within 15 minutes but for some great goalkeeping and poor finishing.

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  13. Council to offer A 80,000 towards legal costsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Aug 19 | Gazetteherald.co.uk

    RYEDALE District Council is to offer A 80,000 towards legal costs after losing a judicial review over plans for a supermarket on Wentworth Street car park in Malton . The Fitzwilliam Malton Estate has submitted a claim of over A 150,000 VAT after winning the High Court hearing last month.

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  14. Mini Tarzans get their own treetop trail in the Forest of DeanRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Aug 19 | This is Gloucestershire

    Young Tarzans will be able to enjoy their own adventure in the tree tops of the Forest of Dean from this weekend. A junior trail will allow them to enjoy the tree canopy, explore obstacles and negotiate crossings and fly down a zip wire.

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  15. Points West reporter Peter Brown dies aged 87Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Aug 19 | This Is Somerset

    Peter Brown, for years a respected TV and radio industrial and farming correspondent for the BBC, has died in Bristol aged 87, writes David Foot. His distinctive style, touched by his homely Forest of Dean voice and the south Gloucestershire villages where he had his journalistic schooling, added to his special appeal.

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  16. FOOTBALL: Dursley Town let in four Gloucestershire Northern Senior...Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Aug 18 | Gazette Series

    Gloucestershire Northern Senior League Division One Dursley Town 1 Ruardean Hill Rangers 4 A PROMISING start to the new league campaign quickly fizzled out as the visitors from the Forest of Dean overwhelmed Dursley at the Rec on Saturday. Sean Bailey's superb free-kick gave Town a 15th-minute lead in a whirlwind start that also saw Curtis Mills have a penalty saved after a foul on Jay Redbond.

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  17. Punters score big in Drovers friendlyRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Aug 18 | South Wales Guardian

    In their opening friendly of the season, the Drovers were far too strong all round for the Division One West side, writes Huw S Thomas. Coaches Euros Evans and Simon Davies will have learned little for the game such was the disparity in size, speed and control between the two sides.

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  18. A potted history of the Bailey family in GloucestershireRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Aug 17 | Gazette Series

    WITH the news of Michael Bailey's passing last week here is a potted history of the Bailey family - who provided Dursley and the surrounding areas with a quality newspaper for more than 100 years. The following was written by former Gazette news editor Carole Taylor using the Anne Hayes book Family in Print for reference.

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    Monday Aug 17 | This is Gloucestershire

    Gloucester cycling legend Lee Fancourt has embarked on yet another world record attempt as he tries to go from Land's End to John O Groats in the fastest ever time. The 38-year-old from Quedgeley announced this morning he set off from England's most southerly point at 5am and hopes to cycle non-stop for 24 hours and get half the journey behind him in that time.

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  20. Gloucestershire police refers itself to IPCC over suspected murderRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Aug 14 | Tewkesburyadmag.co.uk

    GLOUCESTERSHIRE'S police force has referred itself to the Independent Police Complaints Commission over its handling of a suspected murder in the Forest of Dean. Police were called to a maisonette in Meek Road, Newent, at 10.40pm on Wednesday, August 12 where they found the body of a 43-year-old man from the town.

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