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A unique African slave song preserved by Gloucestershire’s county archives has been added to the United Nations Memory of the World register.
Gloucestershire County Council is asking residents who own properties with watercourses to make sure they are in good condition.
The county council reveal preferred location for a brand new school in Cheltenham.
A commuter route in Parkend in the Forest of Dean will be resurfaced from 6th-8th December as part of the council’s ongoing upgrade of local roads.
£0.754 million cash injection into improving Cotswold school.
Resurfacing will go ahead from the mini-roundabout where the B4632 meets Noverton Lane and High Street north to Mill Lane.
Gloucestershire County Council will hold a fostering drop in event on Friday, 24 November at the Gloucester Quays Victorian Market from 10am to 4pm.
On 20th November, Gloucestershire County Council is honouring Transgender Day of Remembrance by flying the Transgender Pride Flag.
Gloucestershire’s drivers will be asked for their opinions to help find the ‘missing link’ in the new year.
Gloucestershire County Council is holding two fostering drop in events at Christmas markets in the county.
The county’s Adult Education service is officially helping people improve their life, work and academic skills.
This road safety week, a local crash survivor has bravely stepped forward to share how his speeding caused a near-fatal collision and broke around 30 bones in his body.
With Christmas drawing ever nearer, lots of us will be enjoying a drink with friends and family…but do you know the harm too much can cause?
A fleet of shiny new gritters will keep roads safe this winter, and local schools are being asked to name them.
Gloucestershire Music is looking for the best young bands and songwriters throughout Gloucestershire.
Have fun and plan ahead with latest bonfire and firework safety advice from Gloucestershire Fire and Rescue Service and Trading Standards.
Thousands of vulnerable people across the county have benefitted from ‘Safe and Well’ visits being carried out by Gloucestershire firefighters.
Then Gloucestershire Fire and Rescue Service (GFRS) needs you!
On Wednesday 15 November at 10am Lisa from the School Admissions team will be on Twitter answering your questions about starting primary school and transferring to junior school.