The new restaurant, deli and foodshop will be positioned on Regent Street, bringing a modern approach to Italian all-day dining.
David Gander, from Penryn, will set off from Lechlade-on-Thames on Thursday (May 14) on his journey to Southend-on-Sea for Sea Sanctuary, a Cornish-based pioneering charity that delivers emotional health education on board classic sailing boats at a land-based creative workshop.
Since 2013 Gloucestershire County Council has been participating in the bulk buying scheme to help people get cheaper gas and electricity by working together.
For one night only, Joe will be making a special exclusive performance, live and unplugged, at The Subscription Rooms in Stroud.
The bird, Ruby, and her partner Bart gave staff and volunteers at Slimbridge a pleasant surprise last Thursday when they quickly built a nest and Ruby started sitting.
The work is scheduled to start on Tuesday, May 26, along a 1500m stretch of this key route through Winchcombe and is set to finish on Friday, June 26.
The final tally shows that the Conservative group holds 24 seats and the Liberal Democrat group holds 10 seats.
Long-standing Tory MP Geoffrey Clifton-Brown took the Conservatives over the 326 total required for an absolute majority when he retained The Cotswold constituency following a 14-hour count at the Cotswold Leisure Centre in Cirencester.
Nationally this event is arranged by the Mental Health Foundation but in the Cotswolds, local organisations including 2gether NHS Foundation Trust, Cotswold District Council (CDC), the Churn Project, Independence Trust, the Cirencester Housing for Young Project (CHYP), pharmacists and Soroptomists have joined forces to plan a series of events around Cirencester.
The awards will cover full tuition fees and an additional grant for living costs – to a combined total of £10,000.
From May to September, the famous family-run vintage circus will be touring the Cotswolds and, by popular demand, into London with their all-new show Moon Songs.
Russia’s most famous ballet has its lake of swans, but we have the one with the shed of chickens.
SDC will be holding a recruitment open evening at the Council Offices in Ebley on Monday, May 18, from 4pm-7pm for prospective candidates to "drop-in". The new team will be known as Stroud District Council Heating Services.
Rating: *** By Colin Davison @IamColinDavisonI couldn’t help but think of recent election speeches as I read one commentator’s verdict on this 400-year-old thriller of vows made and broken.
By Revd Josie GoodwinThe media have gone into overdrive. No, I’m not talking about the good news of the arrival of a princess – a baby girl for the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge – I’m talking about the soundbite-popping photo-opping frenzy that brings us into the week we elect (or should I say try to elect?) a new government.
Kapers is backed by Stroud District Council and provides a series of action-packed sessions during August.
This includes arts and crafts, games and competitions, drama and music, sports and activities, special workshops and themed weeks.
As well as structured activities, there’s also plenty of time for free play or to just relax and chill out.
The scheme is run by an experienced, enthusiastic and energetic team. At a fraction of the childcare costs, this is a fantastic opportunity to get the children out of the house, active and learning in a sociable and friendly environment.
Kapers takes place from Mondays to Fridays at the following locations:
August 3-7: Wotton Sports Centre, Katharine Lady Berkeley’s School
August 10-14: Maidenhill Sport & Dance Centre, Maidenhill School
August 17-21: Thomas Keble Sports Centre, Thomas Keble School
August 24-28: Thomas Keble Sports Centre, Thomas Keble School
Booking forms can be downloaded at www.kapers.org.uk or email email@example.com or call 01453 754508.
The event, on Sunday June 21, is a day of sport and physical activity for everyone from small children to grandparents. If you want to take part in the fun, you have to sign up by Monday, May 11.
The new recruits will have the opportunity to improve their communication skills, meet new people and gain valuable experience for their CV.
This year, the Reading Agency lead event is being run with Guinness World Records, and each of the titles included has a record breakers theme.
Volunteers will help library staff bring together fact and fiction, inspiring young readers to learn about some of the achievements that make up the Guinness World Records books, talking to children about the books they have read, and helping with summer activities.
Last year 150 young people helped across the county. Hours are flexible and can be negotiated at each library. All volunteers will receive a free pack, including a Record Breakers T-Shirt, and a booklet to record the skills and experiences gained
Cllr Andrew Gravells, cabinet member for libraries, said: “Volunteering in our libraries can be really rewarding and can help spark a life-long love of reading for the children visiting. The Summer Reading Challenge is a great opportunity to get involved. Let’s make it a record-breaking summer for reading.”
Anyone interested can apply online or print out the form and drop it to their nearest library www.gloucestershire.gov.uk/libraries/volunteers
Further details about various volunteering opportunities are available at all local libraries.
More information about Gloucestershire Libraries and the Summer Reading Challenge are online at www.gloucestershire.gov.uk/libraries and www.readingagency.org.uk/readinghack
On Sunday, May 3, Sudeley Castle & Gardens, situated just outside Winchcombe, will welcome an historic re-enactment group, Seven Dials Rapscallions, who will be portraying Victorian gentry enjoying a gentle game of cricket and a delicate, dignified picnic on the lawn, harking back to the Victorian era at Sudeley.
Gloucestershire Wildlife Trust president and BBC TV presenter Ellie Harrison will be guest of honour on the day, taking part in wildlife activities and judging some of the classes in the dog show.