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The Prime Minister has announced changes to the rules on forming Christmas bubbles. This is in response to rising case numbers and the discovery of a new variation of the Covid-19 virus which is more easily spread. You are now only allowed to form a Christmas bubble, with up to two other households, on Christmas […]

The beginning of December has brought about the first ‘swanfall’ after a steady start at WWT Slimbridge. Overnight on 30 November, 26 majestic Bewick’s swans arrived at Slimbridge, after completing the final leg of their autumn migration. Encouraged by the onset of winter conditions to their breeding grounds in Arctic Russia, the Bewick’s swans began […]

North Cotswold Community Radio (NCCR), which has been broadcasting via the internet for over 13 years, is pleased that Ofcom have finally responded to the ever-changing media landscape by calling for a new framework to establish clear goals for public service broadcasters. Over the years we have called for public service broadcasters, such as the […]

This year brings an extra special sparkle in the picturesque village of Blockley, Gloucestershire. Kids and adults can enjoy a fabulous socially distanced walk following the Blockley Festive Gingerbread Trail from the12thDecember 2020 to 2nd Jan 2020 With over 60 Gingerbread men hidden all over the village amongst festive decorated windows, walls, doors, gates and […]

As part of the response to the climate emergency, Gloucestershire County Council is encouraging residents to make the most of their food, aiming to waste less and recycle more during the Christmas season.  The Christmas period is set to see lots go to waste in the UK, including around 277,000 miles of wrapping paper, which […]

We are delighted to reopen Council run Gloucestershire libraries from 2nd December. All county council run libraries will offer public access for the browsing and selection of books, and computer use. Services at the majority of Community Libraries will also reopen – please check the individual webpages for full details. Opening times for all libraries, […]

Wouldn’t Change A Thing, a Down syndrome awareness charity has taken the unprecedented step of launching their Christmas campaign early to coincide with the airing of Emmerdale’s controversial new storyline where the characters decide to terminate a baby upon realising it will be born with Down syndrome. Jamie McCallum, WCAT Chairman said “Our campaigns are […]

This means: Shops, gyms and personal care services can reopen Collective worship, weddings and outdoor sports can resume You can meet people in public places but you must stick to the rule of six Pubs can only open if they serve substantial meals. Alcohol can be served with that meal Spectators can attend organised sports […]

The views and experiences of people who have used A&E mental health services in Gloucestershire, are being used by local hospitals to help improve mental health care in the county. Healthwatch Gloucestershire and Evolving Communities recently gathered and analysed patient feedback about mental health A&E care in local hospitals.  Their report, Experiences of urgent mental health care […]

The academy, which is situated in the picturesque Cotswold village, has now moved into its new Early Years and Reception classrooms in the final step of the £1.8m three-phase construction programme, expanding the school so it can admit 45 children per year. Alongside new classrooms, nursery and pre-school facilities pupils have been taking advantage of […]


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