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Sneak thieves enter house while owners are inside

Duck race to raise money for lifeboat charity

Holiday activity programme up and running

Premier Inn given go-ahead for 72-bed hotel in Chipping Norton

The crowds fill Shipston town centre for the last night of the proms. Pic by Chris Roberts/WiderviewPhoto.co.uk

Sounds of the past and present at Shipston's last night of the proms

High Street awards provide a chance for Cotswold traders to shine

Lizzie Ball

Guiting Music Festival celebrates a tuneful 45 years

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School's A-Level results put them in top one per cent

General manager Charlotte Knowles outside the refurbished Old Stocks Inn, in Stow

The refurbished Old Stocks Inn offers an exciting experience

Stow RFC backs home nursing charity

Stow RFC backs home nursing charity

The funeral cortege for 15-year-old Jenny Fry makes its way to St Nicholas' Church, in Chadlington

White horses lead funeral cortege of popular school girl

.Pic by Gary Gleghorn. Sheriff of Stow, town council chairman Mike Curtis

A taste of the USA comes to town as Stow Festival marks American Independence Day

Liz Drinkwater retires from Blockley Primary School after almost 25 years

School children wish happy retirement to popular teacher

Cotswold businesses eligible for non-repayable broadband grants

Cotswold businesses eligible for non-repayable broadband grants

Plethora of produce stalls at Stow farmers market

Motorcyclist dies in north Cotswolds crash

Motorcyclist dies in north Cotswolds crash

Warwickshire Police and Crime Commissioner Ron Ball

County claims to be one of the safest places to live in the country

Be aware of potential rogue traders in the area

Fish sellers may be looking for a different catch

Nigel Robinson in his field in Broadway where six cattle were electrocuted during an electrical storm

Herd of cattle killed by lightning as they graze

Broadway false alarm caused by thunder

Broadway false alarm caused by thunder

Opinions on the district's open spaces sought

American flavour for The Cotswold Festival

Spirit of Yankee Doodle Dandy comes to Stow

County council pledges to take complaints seriously

Broadway GP Dr Neil Townshend, right, with son, Ian, left, raised more than £4,000 for Broadway library through a sponsored cycle ride from John O'Groats to Land's End.

Broadway GP and his son raise money for library in epic cycle ride

Shipston Primary School and Stour singers enjoy their new piano

New piano to accompany Stour Singers for another 40 years

Fun with nets in the stream

Youngsters take the classroom outdoors

Dormer House School nursery children feed the lambs at Cotswold Farm Park

Nursery youngsters enjoy a day on the farm

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Clare Byrd from Cotswold Lavender in the lavender fields on their farm near Broadway in The Cotswolds (29707521)

Cotswold lavender creates a blue landscape

Campden residents are frustrated with lack of mobile phone signal

Campden resident urges others to complain about poor mobile phone coverage

Stow on the Wold

Town councillor steps down following row over pre-election leaflets

The Hall family from Chipping Campden help look for big bugs at Batsford Arboretum. From the left: Lauren, Elliott, mum Zoe and Evie

Families can enjoy a big bug hunt at Batsford this summer

Pupils get ready to go water collecting

Temple Guiting pupils raise money for WaterAid

Public gives seal of approval to Stow Post Office move

Public gives seal of approval to Stow Post Office move

The Tall Trees site for a proposed new medical centre for Stow, off Maugersbury Road

Two applications for a proposed medical centre for Stow to be determined next week

Chippy Premier Inn plans due to be determined on Monday

Chippy Premier Inn plans due to be determined on Monday

Ebrington summer fete

Ebrington all set for traditional village fete

Sophia Cartellieri Karlsen, 4, centre suffers from cystic fybrosis

Garden party raises £400 for cystic fibrosis research

Kitebrook House School Year 3 pupil Annie Jacks tests one of the boomerangs

Did this boomerang come back? Kitebrook school looks forward to the Ashes series

Arts festival welcomes new chairman of the trustees

Fact and fiction: Rev Dana Delap outside her Blockley church is joined by actor Mark Williams as he films Father Brown

Photo bomb - well almost. Father Brown actor Mark Williams meets Blockley's own 'Vicar of Dibley'

Animals on the line delay trains

OPEN: The new Orangery at Charingworth Manor.

Photo competition launched to capture beauty of Cotswolds

Gifted Chipping Norton pupils, from the left: Beth Coombes, Zoe Foster and Georgia Juckes with the stained glass window they have created to commemorate the centenary of World War One.

Gifted Chipping Norton School pupils praised for commemorative WWI anniversary artwork

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Moments for reflection at Mill Dene Garden's 'Quiet Days'

Deacon Joe Rice outside Chipping Norton Baptist Church which is undergoing a complete refurbishment

Church gives the opportunity to claim family gravestone

More than 30,000 Worcestershire homes and businesses can access fibre broadband

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