Missing teenager Adelle found safe

Cotswold Journal:

7:28pm Friday 25th July 2014

MISSING Bromsgrove teenger Adelle Hardie has been found safe and well, and has returned home.

School stalwarts celebrate a century

Cotswold Journal: CENTURY OF SERVICE: Les Southam, Marita Pratley and Ros Sojka.

5:34pm Friday 25th July 2014

THREE members of staff at Chipping Campden School are celebrating after clocking up nearly a century of service between them.

Youngsters taught circus tricks

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4:21pm Friday 25th July 2014

YOUNGSTERS at Blockley Primary School were taught the tricks of the circus when an entertainer visited the school as part of a Moreton Show Society education visit.

Silver award for slimming expert

Cotswold Journal: Bronwyn Heywood who has won a silver award

1:04pm Friday 25th July 2014

A WEIGHT loss expert from the Cotswolds has won a silver award for the work she does in helping people in the area lose weight.

LED street lighting in Gloucestershire could save millions

Cotswold Journal: Street lighting concerns addressed by council leader

12:07pm Friday 25th July 2014

GLOUCESTERSHIRE County Council is looking to save millions of pounds through energy efficient LED street lighting.

NHS trust saves £250,000 on goods and services

Cotswold Journal: Recruitment opens for NHS apprenticeships

12:01pm Friday 25th July 2014

THE organisation providing NHS community and mental health services in Worcestershire had made savings of £250,000 without affecting patients.

Patient satisfaction survey to be rolled out across the entire NHS

Cotswold Journal: Recruitment opens for NHS apprenticeships

11:57am Friday 25th July 2014

A TEST ranking patient satisfaction with the care they have received is to be introduced at all NHS services in Worcestershire and across the country.

Enjoy a farmers feast at Cotswold pub

11:11am Friday 25th July 2014

FOODIES will be in their element with the chance to meet, sample and buy produce from some of the Cotswolds’ best food and drink heroes at an event near Bourton.

Surface dressing to begin on Gloucestershire's roads

Cotswold Journal: Arboretum roadworks scheme hits the half-way mark

10:15am Friday 25th July 2014

MUCH-needed repair work will be carried out next week to improve 325,000 square metres of roads in Gloucestershire.

Hidcote is set for a pirate invasion

9:59am Friday 25th July 2014

HIDCOTE Manor Garden will be invaded by pirates as The London Contemporary Theatre Company perform their production of ‘Treasure Island’ there for the first time.

Classic cars and a dog show draw the crowds

Cotswold Journal:

5:10pm Thursday 24th July 2014

THERE was a bumper turnout at this year’s Ebrington village fete, which has raised £5,000 for good causes.

Long service awards for three dedicated teachers

Cotswold Journal:

3:50pm Thursday 24th July 2014

THREE dedicated teachers who have nearly a century of teaching experience between them have been honoured with long service awards.

Shipston's High Street hopes to be crowned top

Cotswold Journal:

1:40pm Thursday 24th July 2014

A THRIVING Cotswold town is celebrating its growth over the past year by setting its sights on winning the newly launched Great British High Street Awards.

Doctors surgery plans in Stow submitted

Cotswold Journal:

10:20am Thursday 24th July 2014

PLANS that would see the fields that host Stow Fair transformed into a state-ofthe- art doctors surgery have been submitted.

Enjoy the final few events of Moreton Art Weeks

10:02am Thursday 24th July 2014

AS Moreton Art Weeks draws to a close this weekend, people can enjoy the final few events of the three-week festival.

Two-hundred tonnes of hay goes up in flames

Cotswold Journal:

8:30am Thursday 24th July 2014

MORE than 200 tonnes of hay went up in flames during a huge hay bale fire just outside of Stow.

Bigger, brighter library heading for Bourton

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5:00pm Wednesday 23rd July 2014

BOOKWORMS in Bourton will benefit when the village library moves into a bigger, brighter home in September.

Drop in crime rates for Gloucestershire and Thames Valley Police

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3:33pm Wednesday 23rd July 2014

GLOUCESTERSHIRE has seen a spike in sexual offences and burglary but overall crime in the county has gone down, new figures reveal.

Cotswold village to hold WW1 exhibition

Cotswold Journal: Private Ernest Johncey, who died December 8, 1916, age 23. He was buried in Struma Military Cemetery, Greece.

2:45pm Wednesday 23rd July 2014

THE centenary of the First World War is being commemorated in a special two-day archive exhibition near Bourton.

Winchcombe country show will be fun for all

1:41pm Wednesday 23rd July 2014

ORGANISERS are gearing up for this year's Winchcombe Country Show which is taking place on August Bank holiday Monday.

Multi-million pound leisure centre opening in Long Marston

Cotswold Journal:

12:52pm Wednesday 23rd July 2014

THE opening dates have been confirmed for new multi-million pound leisure facility in Long Marston.

Winchcombe's Festival of Fizz will celebrate all things bubbly

Cotswold Journal: Champagne sparkler: put some fizz into your dinner party

12:38pm Wednesday 23rd July 2014

THE Englishman who put the bubble into bubbly is being celebrated in Winchcombe this weekend.

New indoor attraction at Fairytale Farm

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Fairytale Farm has reopened earlier than planned due to demand. Nicola Laister, owner.

11:52am Wednesday 23rd July 2014

A NEW indoor attraction is opening at a farm park for disabled children in Chipping Norton this weekend.

Lockerbie victim's father reaches out to MH17 relatives

Cotswold Journal: MEMORIAL: Former Bromsgrove doctor Jim Swire has spoken at a memorial event marking the 25th anniversary of the Lockerbie bombing. Ref:s

10:31am Wednesday 23rd July 2014

A CHIPPING Campden man whose daughter died in the 1988 Lockerbie terrorist attack has reached out to relatives of the Malaysia Airlines crash in Ukraine.

Plans for 90 homes opposed by town council

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10:07am Wednesday 23rd July 2014

PLANS for up to 90 homes in Mickleton have not gone down well with Chipping Campden Town Council.

Can you be a volunteer for Shipston Age Concern?

Cotswold Journal:

9:31am Wednesday 23rd July 2014

SHIPSTON Age Concern has made a desperate appeal for more volunteers.

Stow sees a slight fall in crime

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5:55pm Tuesday 22nd July 2014

THERE has been 23 crimes in Stow over the last three months, according to the latest police report.

Council welcomes new head of planning

Cotswold Journal: Giles Hughes

4:57pm Tuesday 22nd July 2014

WEST Oxfordshire District Council has welcomed a new Head of Planning and Strategic Housing.

Family entertainment at garden party

4:08pm Tuesday 22nd July 2014

THERE will be plenty of family entertainment at the Todenham Village garden party near Moreton this weekend.

How well do you know your town? Try this fun quiz and find out

Cotswold Journal:

3:10pm Tuesday 22nd July 2014

HOW many people in your area have a degree? What proportion of people are Christian? Take this quiz and test your knowledge of your part of the world.

Healthwatch holding next meeting in public

Cotswold Journal:

2:47pm Tuesday 22nd July 2014

GLOUCESTERSHIRE'S Health and Wellbeing Board is holding its next meeting in public in Stow next week.

Big-hearted slimmers raise £160 for charity

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1:31pm Tuesday 22nd July 2014

IT is a double celebration for a group of big-hearted slimmers from Moreton after losing 35 stone between them and raising £160 for Kate’s Home Nursing.

Blockley hub welcoming mobile library

Cotswold Journal: Mid Devon's mobile library service faces the axe

12:13pm Tuesday 22nd July 2014

THE development of Blockley's new Village Shop, Café and Community Hub has reached another important milestone as it looks forward to hosting its first mobile library session.

Plans to save library approved

12:09pm Tuesday 22nd July 2014

A GROUP of residents working to raise enough money to keep Broadway Library open are forging ahead with their plans after they were given the thumbs up by Worcestershire County Council.

Residents are record recyclers

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11:44am Tuesday 22nd July 2014

PEOPLE living in the Cotswolds are doing their bit for the environment after recycling a record amount of waste.

Blockley heritage plans given thumbs up by villagers

Cotswold Journal: Actress Sorcha Cusack opening the exhibition

4:55pm Monday 21st July 2014

PROPOSALS for the development of Blockley Heritage Centre were given a resounding thumbs at a public exhibition at the weekend.

Student wins place at elite school of dance

Cotswold Journal: Rebecca Knight

3:38pm Monday 21st July 2014

A SIXTH form student at Chipping Campden School is celebrating after being awarded a place at the elite Northern School of Contemporary Dance.

Racehorses making guest appearance at country show

Cotswold Journal: Charlotte Alexander with Denman, who has owned him since he retired in 2011 after suffering a training injury.

3:25pm Monday 21st July 2014

HORSE racing fans will be in for a treat this weekend as two famous horses make a guest appearance at Broadway’s first ever Country Fair and Dog Show.

Catalytic converters taken from cars

Cotswold Journal: Ledbury police officer charged with two counts of misconduct

12:21pm Monday 21st July 2014

TWO catalytic converters have been stolen from parked vehicles in two separate thefts in the Vale and the Cotswolds.

The Guiting Festival returns for its 44th year

10:29am Monday 21st July 2014

MUSIC lovers can enjoy a host of concerts featuring world-renowned performers at the 44th music festival in Guiting Power.

Council chairman announces charities

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9:46am Monday 21st July 2014

THE new of Cotswold District Council has announced his two charities which will receive his official support for his year in office.

Passengers facing train delays after signal failure

Cotswold Journal: A first Great Western Turbo train

8:41am Monday 21st July 2014

TRAINS have been cancelled from Worcester Shrub Hill due to a signal failure this morning.

Huge hay bale fire causes road closures

Cotswold Journal:

8:20am Monday 21st July 2014

SEVENTY-tonnes of hay bales have been severely damaged in a fire near Stow.

Man found dead in Worcester

Cotswold Journal:

11:56am Sunday 20th July 2014

A MAN, named locally as 25-year-old Paul Dinsdale, has been found dead in Worcester.

Car rescued from flooded ford

Cotswold Journal: SUBMERGED: Fire crews pull out car stuck in flooded ford. All pictures by Jackie Trott.

11:20am Sunday 20th July 2014

TWO men had to be rescued after their car became partially submerged in a flooded ford near Droitwich.

Heavy rain affects traffic around Gloucestershire

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4:33pm Saturday 19th July 2014

POLICE are warning motorists that the heavy rain is affecting roads across the county.

Students improve school grounds with bird boxes

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10:02am Saturday 19th July 2014

GREEN-fingered pupils at St David's Primary School in Moreton have been busy improving the school grounds during the summer term.

Funny man Alan Carr praises 'beautiful' Chipping Campden

Cotswold Journal: Alan Carr

5:44pm Friday 18th July 2014

CHATTY man Alan Carr has praised "beautiful" Chipping Campden after trying out some new material in Evesham.

Air ambulance launches pain relief appeal

Cotswold Journal: Warwickshire & Northamptonshire Air Ambulance in action

4:39pm Friday 18th July 2014

THE Warwickshire & Northamptonshire Air Ambulance (WNAA) has launched an appeal to raise £40,000 to cover the cost of essential pain relief.

Father Brown actress to open heritage exhibition

Cotswold Journal: Actress Sorcha Cusack (right) will be opening a public display of plans for a major development of the Blockley Heritage Centre.

2:57pm Friday 18th July 2014

AN actress who stars in the BBC programme Father Brown is opening a public display of plans for a major development of the Blockley Heritage Centre.

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