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Badger cull to go ahead for a third year

Thieves steal Audi from Broadway

Barry Norton. Photo By Andrew Parsons/ Parsons Media

Council leader honoured with knighthood

Open air sculpture exhibition at Hidcote

Hidcote Manor to hold fifth year of Open Air Sculpture exhibition

Chippy RBL presents End Of The War Dance

Notgrove fun day

Tin snips used to break into panel vans

Tin snips used to break into panel vans

Charity helps build communities

Council gains small business award

Line up of talent at this year's Big Festival

The area of land knows as Terrify, north of the village and behind the industrial estate which is under threat of sale by the diocese

Village goes up against the church over sale of land

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Two arrested in connection with Gloucester murder

Two arrested in connection with Gloucester murder

Lido has new sponsor for next 12 months

Badger group plans parliamentary probe into funds misuse

Moreton marathon man Steve Edwards

Moreton marathon maestro has another world record in his sights

Moreton man returns from round the world cycle ride

Moreton man returns from round the world cycle ride

Severe weather warning for Cotswolds

Two men remain in custody following Gloucester murder

3515293904 DAVID GRIFFITHS 240815 COTSWOLD FUDGE CO., Jenny Silverthorne-Wright with the range of  different flavours in the fudge.ENDS (36416506)

The future is sweet for the Cotswold fudge divas

Entrance to Fosseway Farm Bed and Breakfast and Camping, at Moreton

Shower argument puts damper on campsite visit

The fun of the fete at Lower Slaughter

Lower Slaughter Village Fete takes place on Bank Holiday Monday

Winchcombe's streets are too narrow for some of the large vehicles negotiating their way through

Call to arms to ban lorries through town

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Chipping Norton Jazz Festival

New lease of life for Chippy Jazz and Music Festival

Castle commemorates Katherine Parr's death

Bourton model village owner Julian Atherton with the oversized rugby ball

Charity rugby ball racing towards the finish line

Paralympic gold medallist Natasha Baker becomes patron of Cotswold Riding for the Disabled charity

Gold medallist Natasha Baker becomes patron for Cotswold Riding for the Disabled

Penguins at Birdland

Watch the penguins being fed at Bourton's Birdland this Bank Holiday

Pic by Chadwick Photography. North Cotswolds Rotary Club and friends at the 50th Anniversary dinner

Half a century of Rotary is celebrated in North Cotswolds

Shire horses Nelson and Major pull the Hook Norton Brewery dray. Photo Chris Roberts WiderViewPR

Plenty of pints pulled as brewery launches new bar at open day

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Broadway Showstoppers with musical director Frieda Jelfs, third from the right.

Broadway Showstoppers present their brand new cabaret performance

Blues at Broomhill. The New Essex Bluegrass Band. Chris Roberts WiderVierPR

Great Sounds at Blues at Broomhill Festival

Minstrels Clare Goodall, Simon Waterfield and Sian Hammerton-Fraser, members of Stella Splendens, who specialist in 13th century to 16th century music, perform at Sudeley Castle commemoration to Richard III

Saturday sunshine brought plenty of visitors to Sudeley Castle and Gardens to commemorate the 530th anniversary of the Battle of Bosworth

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Tiny terriers Sybil and Sylvie area now receiving veterinary care

Heartless owners abandon tiny, sweet-natured dogs near Shipston

Have your say about how your library is run

Batsford Arboretum head gardener Matthew Hall with some of the Ginkgo Biloba saplings

Seeds from trees which survived the Hiroshima holocaust growing well in Batsford Arboretum

Ben Hawkins is jailed for drug driving after being stopped for speeding

Shipston drug-driver is jailed

Shipston police issue warning after 'laughing gas' cannisters found

No laughing matter - Shipston police warning after nitrous oxide cannisters found

Ten Gloucestershire parish and town councils have pledged their support to the armed services community

Local councils pledge their support to the armed forces community

The best of Blockley produce will be on show at the annual summer flower show

Two good reasons to visit Blockley on Bank Holiday Saturday

Winchcombe School students celebrating their results: Zack Rust, Emily Payne, Georgia Pritchard, Patrick Ashworth, Harriet Davies, Oliver Butcher and Katie Bond.

Delight as GCSE results break more records in the Vale and the Cotswolds

Twelve young people will be given aviation scholarships next year

Area's young people given chance to reach for the skies

Deadline nears for you to have your say on Moreton's parking issues

War of the Roses anniversary takes place at Sudeley Castle this weekend

3315918201 Paul Jackson 10.08.15 Blockley - Rhea and Chris Bazeley are concerned at the plans to build houses on land that their garden backs onto. (34711748)

Polio victim says proposed housing development will 'rob him of his life'

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A Willersey bakery has been fined almost £20,000 for breaches in food hygiene regulations

Rat-infested bakery continued to operate despite order to close

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Part of the Pershore Sports and Prestige team. From the left: Tom Emblem, marketing executive; company owner Daniel Wilkinson, Ashley Potter, manager and David Palmer, finance specialist.

New performance car showroom brings you the chance to own your dream car

County applies to central government for devolved powers

(L-R) Rupert Wakley, Stacey Sked, Claire Taylor and Leigh Glazebrook at the Stow branch of Knight Frank.

Intrepid pair prepare to trek entire length of the Cotswold Way in just three days

Fundraising show for church funds in Weston sub Edge

Fundraising show for church funds in Weston sub Edge

Draft guide on planning design issues is out for consultation

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