Police in Cheltenham are appealing for information to help locate a missing man. Anthony Llewellyn, aged 65 was last seen on Princess Elizabeth Way on Monday afternoon (7 June) before being reported missing days later. He is known to go away but his lack of contact for this amount of time is out of character which has caused officers to be concerned for his welfare.
The Wagon and Horses pub in Hucclecote has rallied from the pandemic Times have been turbulent for your local watering hole - with many businesses struggling to make ends meet. But one Gloucestershire pub has seen through their most uncertain period by relying on their loyal customer base. The Wagon and Horses pub in Hucclecote has rallied from the wreckage that lockdown has foisted on businesses across the UK.
An incredible Cotswolds home has been put up for sale in Gloucestershire. A six-bedroom house with a large garden has been put up for sale in Gloucestershire for £1.45 million. The property, located in Cirencester, spans 3,389 sqft and boasts four bathrooms, as well as outbuildings and 0.38 acres of land.
A Gloucestershire vet has issued a warning to pet owners in the county that dog thieves are targeting expensive pedigree pets in the area. Debo Ajao, clinical director at AAS Vets, which has practices in Abbeydale, Quedgeley, Stroud and Hucclecote, . An AAS employee raised the alarm after her own house was marked and the practice has now alerted Gloucestershire police to the problem.
Dawn has been a bus driver for just over six years Life driving a bus might not sound like everyone's cup of tea, but for one driver it's been her dream job. Dawn Hodges has been a Stagecoach bus driver in Cheltenham for the past six years and says the role has been a godsend.
These items are notorious landfill items that don't actually need to go to landfill at all It is pretty hard to get your whole shopping list from plastic free and loose food shops, and supermarkets still seem to be rife with the fiendish material, regardless of consumer concerns.
"I can't imagine living anywhere else" It's only about ten years old, but has quickly grown from an expanse of greenland to its own community. The young village is quite an anomaly - walking across roads such as Lobley's Drive can see you cross from Tewkesbury to Stroud in just five steps.
It was described as the finest gamble the world would have ever seen but many lost out It may seem incredible now but over 100 years ago Gloucestershire became the centre of a gold rush which became ‘talk of the town’ as investors raced to buy into the get rich quick dream.
Gloucester's Covid infection rate remains the highest in the South West Gloucestershire has recorded 56 new cases of coronavirus, according to the latest data. No new deaths have been recorded in the past 24 hours anywhere in the county. Gloucestershire’s total number of deaths since the beginning of the pandemic is 952.
She gave the TV interview while on a visit to Gloucestershire Princess Anne has broken unwritten royal protocol during her first interview following the death of her father, Prince Philip. Eagle eyed viewers watching the ITV exclusive interview spotted the Princess breaking the rules - although they weren't any written rules.
The birth of the Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's baby Lilibet across the pond has made headlines across the world – but another privileged baby has just been born a bit closer to home. A baby boy named Henry was recently born in Gloucestershire. The catch? He's worth £315million.
Mark Veale is taking on the Race to the King’ ultra-marathon in support of Children’s Hospice South West Mark Veale will is attempting his very first ultra-marathon Submitted by Children’s Hospice South West Mark Veale from Berkeley, Gloucestershire, will be attempting his very first ultra-marathon in support of Children’s Hospice South West on June 19-20.
The Princess Royal appeared to ignore an unwritten royal royal during her first interview since her father's death – something Meghan Markle has also previously ignored Princess Anne seemingly broke an unwritten royal protocol when she gave the first interview since her father Prince Philip's death. The Princess Royal spoke to ITV Royal Editor Chris Ship from Gatcombe Park in Minchinhampton, Gloucestershire.
Newborn baby boy 'worth £315 million' becomes heir to estate with 40 bed mansion The 40-bed, Gloucestershire mansion on the 52,000-acre Badminton Estate has a new heir in the form of Henry, who was born to the former Marquess of Worcester Bobby and Lucy Yorke-Long Firms linked to £1.5billion Dukes use up to £455k taxpayer furlough cash in a month
Gloucestershire has suffered a large increase in rural domestic abuse cases since March 2020 With the recent easing of restrictions, holidaymakers from across the country have been eyeing up the Gloucestershire countryside in the hopes of making weekend getaways to the Cotswolds and the Forest of Dean. From chocolate box Cotswold villages set in rolling hills to the towering trees of the Forest of Dean - Gloucestershire has a lot to offer holidaymakers, so it's no wonder they escape the city to our neck of the woods.
For a builder to have a penchant for Grandma’s 1950s dainty, flowery teacups is somewhat peculiar, but for New Zealander Martin Gane and his English wife, the interior designer Elle Kemp, seeking out the traditional has always been preferable to the new-fangled. Their family home, a listed Victorian pigsty in Gloucestershire, is a masterclass in traditional techniques and design.
One eagle-eyed royalist was quick to notice the Princess Royal crossed her legs during a socially distanced TV interview with ITV royal correspondent Chris Ship broke unwritten royal protocol when she gave the first interview since her father's death to praise 's 'make do and mend' attitude. Royal fans hoping to get another glimpse into her personal quarters at Gatcombe Park in Minchinhampton, Gloucestershire were left disappointed by the TV interview, reports Gloucestershire Live.
It's as easy as A L D I Who wants to bother with the packing shelf at Aldi? Time is short, you've places to be, and you like the challenge of keeping up with those super-quick cashiers who pass your produce in a blur of constant beeping.
Six areas across Gloucestersire are being targeted by mobile speed cameras during June - and details of where they will be located have been released by the county council. Sites in Cheltenham, Gloucester, Tewkesbury, Wotton Under Edge, Bourton on the Water and the Forest of Dean will be under particular surveillance for the rest of the month.