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Tourism providers offer special discounts during its Welcome Open Weekend

Car parking survey gathers momentum

Former Shipston High School teacher to expect jail for child sex offences

Former Shipston High School teacher to expect jail for child sex offences

Leon Swallow, of the Cotswold Distillery, Shipston, celebrates success at the inaugural Cotswold Artisan Drinks Awards

Local success in first Cotswold Artisan Drinks Awards

Aldi supermarket to open its doors in Chipping Norton

Aldi supermarket to open its doors in Chipping Norton

0616003103 Paul Jackson 08.02.16 Little Compton - Kitebrook House School are holding a festival of sport.. (55264072)

Kitebrook School launches Wasps competition at festival of sport

Chipping Norton Co-op celebrates 150th anniversary with support to ACE Children's Centre, with, from the left: Stewart Howe, The Midcounties Co-operative, Helen Ruff, the ACE Children’s Centre, Adam Quinton, Your Local Co-op and Chipping Norton mayor Cl

Chippy Co-op celebrates 150th anniversary with support for ACE Children's Centre

Chipping Norton School plunged into special measures

Chipping Norton School plunged into special measures

Gloucester Crown Court

Winchcombe cannabis dealer facing Proceeds of Crime search

Lenten lunches will help local charities

Ebrington gardeners are looking forward to spring

Households can find out if they qualify for central heating grant

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Cotswold Farm Park is getting ready for spring

A £85k scheme at Stow Brook Bridge was completed in September

Town council pledges further £10k to keep Moreton flood defence project afloat

Councillor tries to get reporter banned from meetings in public attack

Councillor tries to get reporter banned from meetings in public attack

School children's mural to be unveiled in Mickleton

Ken Tallis has moved from the indoor market to Pershore high street

New high street home for popular Pershore butcher

Dormer children enjoyed celebrating the Chinese New Year

Dormer House dragon comes to life to celebrate the Chinese New Year

Mary Cameron's signature

Prime Minister's mum signs petition to save county's children's centres

New owners of Broadway's Lygon Arms plan two-year revamp

Council agrees to investigate roof repair work on Redesdale Hall

Slight increase in council tax precept for Moreton residents

UPDATE: Woman's body found in Broadway

UPDATE: Woman's body found in Broadway

Election to be held for new town councillor for Moreton

Election to be held for new town councillor for Moreton

National Trust conducts annual Valentine’s flower count

Cotswolds students encouraged to reach for the skies in aviation scholarship

0616003001 Paul Jackson 08.02.16 Winchcombe - Work on the new Budgens Store in Winchcombe continues.. (55263868)

Unemployment figures down by a half in the Cotswolds since the recession

0616003303 Paul Jackson 08.02.16 Stow-on-the-Wold -  A collapsed wall on a house in Stow-on-the-Wold.. (55264676)

Storm Imogen leaves her mark on Stow as gable end of cottage collapses in the night

Ebrington pub to welcome top national hunt jockey to charity fundraiser

Ebrington pub to welcome top national hunt jockey to charity fundraiser

30-month ban after Guiting Power woman admits drink-driving charge

30-month ban after Guiting Power woman admits drink-driving charge

Claire Locke, head of shared services (environment), with a poster publicising the parking survey.

Major survey aims to address car parking needs

Guy Warner of Warner's Budgens, centre left, and Damien Yates, Broadway store manager, centre right, with staff and customers celebrating 10 years of Warner's Budgens at the store in Broadway. Pic by Carl Hewlett Thousand Word Media Ltd

Warner's Budgens celebrates 10 years in Broadway with treats for its customers

Police said it was 'a curious place to park'

Man arrested for drink-driving after abandoning 'daddy's car' in a ditch

Photo Chris Roberts/WiderViewPhoto.co.uk. Brixton Alley will be appearing on stage at the 2016 Shipston Music Festival

Exciting line-up taking shape for this year's Shipston Music Festival

Third AA rosette awarded to The Dial House

Home burglars steal keys to VW Golf in Snowshill

Having your dog microchipped will become law on April 6

Still time to have your dog microchipped for free before the law changes

Child care facility and office at Daylesford to be determined at planning committee

Poultry shed plans for Chipping Campden to be determined

Lizzie Armistead crossing the finish line at one of the stages of the Aviva Women's Tour in 2015

Top female cyclists heading to Cotswolds for Aviva Women's Tour 2016

Three men arrested following assaults on police officers and a woman in Chipping Norton

Three men arrested following assaults on police officers and a woman in Chipping Norton

MP berates BT's 'monopoly on super-fast broadband' which is holding the country back

MP berates BT's 'monopoly on super-fast broadband' which is holding the country back

Aston Magna driver fined for speeding at 111mph

Aston Magna driver fined for speeding at 111mph

Upper Rissington Village Hall came with an unexpected stamp duty bill of £32,000

Developers offer £40,000 gift to cover stamp duty bill on new village hall

0516000002 Paul Jackson 01.02.16 Ebrington - Ebrington Parents Group, Parish Councillors and Resident Association members are against the proposed closure of Ebrington School.. (54470051)

Petition against closure of Ebrington School gains momentum

Rail conference aims to improve services on Cotswold Line

Rail conference aims to improve services on Cotswold Line

Go green and help maintain council's recycling record

0416996504 Paul Jackson 25.01.16 Winchcombe - Winchcombe Pottery are celebrating their 90th year. Matt Grimmitt, workshop manager in the shop.. (53658669)

Winchcombe Pottery celebrates 90th anniversary with gift for The Queen

0516999902 Paul Jackson 01.02.16 Bourton-on-the-Water - Traders are happy that coaches will still visit Bourton after threats of the coach park closure coaches leaving their engines running disturbing local residents. Chamber of Commerce and Visitor Infor

Traders' joy as coach parking is to continue in Bourton-on-the-Water

South Warwickshire Police seized an untaxed van during poaching patrols around the district

Police seize untaxed van while out on poaching patrol around Shipston

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