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Newsroom April 2017
Gloucestershire Fire and Rescue Service (GFRS) is inviting residents to take part in water safety events at Gloucester docks this Thursday 27th and Saturday 29th April, helping people to #BeWaterAware.
From 8th – 12th May, Hempsted Household Recycling Centre in Gloucester will be closed for work to accommodate more traffic and reduce queues.
Gloucestershire County Council is urging all parents to make sure they are getting their children vaccinated this Immunisation Awareness Week.
The county council will carry out resurfacing between 7pm-7am, to maintain a section of dual carriageway used by commuters.
Work to reduce speeds from 40 to 30mph on the A40 near Charlton Kings has begun, following a resident consultation.
The wait for news of primary school places is almost over for pupils and parents.
Several businesses have reported receiving suspicious telephone calls from a caller claiming to be from an official fire service magazine.
On 24th April - 5th May, resurfacing work will go ahead between 7pm-12am on Westward Road, Stroud, from Chapel Lane to Frome Gardens.
Keep reading to discover Dursley Library’s egg-xciting events this Easter and beyond – plus regular activity sessions during term time.
Gloucestershire County Council is reminding people to register to vote for the upcoming county council elections.
Gloucestershire County Council is recruiting foster carers to help young people in the county with complex needs.
The Richmonds, Abbeydale in Gloucester is first of 14 streets to receive a microsurfacing facelift this spring.
The Pyke Quarry Household Recycling Centre near Horsley will be closed all day tomorrow, due to essential roadworks on a nearby road.
Dursley Library is welcoming children and young people along to create their very own cardboard cities and help create a new story based on their constructions.
Children, young people and families will discover alternative ways to tell stories, thanks to a new programme of arts and events.