Newsroom - October 2017
Work has begun to roll out LED street lighting in Gloucester’s Gate Streets.
Have you always wanted to play a musical instrument or make a return to music making? Do you struggle to find a tutor or instrument? Gloucestershire Music has a solution for you!
We’ve all been there…Left the bread in the toaster for too long and spent an age wafting the smoke away from the smoke alarm with a tea-towel. But would you think to let the fire service know?
When the clocks go back this weekend check your smoke alarms at the same time – it could save your life.
The owner of a Gloucester bedsit has been prosecuted for serious breaches of fire safety legislation.
What would you do if a Supervolcano erupted, or asteroid impacted, YOUR local area? Visit an amazing science spectacular at Gloucester Library this Saturday 28th October.
A busy route near the A48 has reopened to traffic after essential work to a drainage culvert was completed on time and on budget.
Come rain or shine: children at a Gloucester playgroup can now enjoy the great outdoors all year round.
The dogged determination of officers from Gloucestershire County Council and a pair of furry friends helped uncover over £7,000 of fake tobacco.
A new service has been launched which will allow easier access to 3D printers and Lego Mindstorm robots with Stemworks in Gloucestershire libraries this month
Gloucestershire County Council has been awarded £2.7 million funding from central government for the much needed improvements to the Cross Keys roundabout at the junction of the A38 and B4008.
A busy traffic route near Gloucester Park will be resurfaced from 30th October – 3rd November.
Berkhampstead School, together with Gloucestershire County Council, pledge to keep children safe by creating a brand new safety zone.
The BBC is coming to Gloucestershire to inspire young musicians.
Want to know what the hot topics for Gloucestershire Fire and Rescue Service (GFRS) will be over the next three years? Now’s your chance!
Some of the keen eyed amongst you may have seen purple ribbons popping up around the county. But what are they?
The final phase of improvements on Bristol Road will mean safer cycling and walking into Gloucester.
Pokémon battles, board games, Lego and Pathfinder RPG are just a few exciting games on offer at a 'Play.Thefuture' event on Saturday 21st October 2017.
A brand new surface will improve travel along popular route for commuters.
…Life is about to get smoother, thanks to new and improved road surface.
To keep some of the area’s tallest, oldest trees in good health, pruning will take place on Cheltenham promenade.
A new £67,500 BMX track in Leckhampton could help to unearth future Olympians like Liam Phillips or Shazane Reade.
Cheltenham Library is transforming into a ‘Fun Palace’ this Saturday 7th October – don’t miss this fantastic free event!
The fast action of Gloucestershire’s highways team has seen an important access route in Cheltenham reopened to residents.
Bream Road in Lydney is the latest road in the county to benefit from the county council’s highways investment.
Shoppers at Eastern Avenue Retail Park will soon have a less bumpy arrival thanks to resurfacing at the park entrance.
A survivor of child sexual exploitation (CSE) shares her story so we can learn how to better work together and tackle CSE and missing children in Gloucestershire.