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From 'Gazette Series':

A 58-year-old former teacher from South Gloucestershire has been given a suspended jail sentence after admitting offences relating to the purchasing of child abuse materials from Canada.

BRITAIN has experienced its warmest Halloween on record after a record-breaking temperature was recorded in South Gloucestershire

A BEER festival which is a key fundraiser for a Thornbury church proved a huge hit.

USERS of the community composting centre in Thornbury are calling on the council to consider keeping it open.

WOMEN in custody will be given help to maintain vital ties with their families through the introduction of family engagement workers in all public sector women’s prisons.

A NEW surf centre in Easter Compton has announced a partnership with a Cornish firm to supply its surfboards.

A NOVEL idea for a calendar has been thought up to promote Alveston.

MOBILE speed cameras will be at these locations in south Gloucestershire this week:

TWO charities have joined forces to provide specialist help and support for people affected by brain tumours.

The HOUSING developer behind a 300-home in Morton Way site in Thornbury has sold 40 per cent of the available homes in the first week of sales.

A NEW £60,000 playground has been formally opened in Oldbury on Severn.

TWO men, including one convicted of murder, have absconded from HMP Leyhill.

INQUISITIVE Crossways Schools pupils have been learning about the First World War and have been commemorating 100 years since the outbreak of the war.

EARLIER this month a planning application was submitted for an extension to be built at Castle School’s sixth form building.

TO launch this year’s Royal British Legion Gloucestershire County Poppy Appeal, around 1,400 GCHQ staff, both civilian and military, have worked together to create a giant poppy in the centre of the iconic GCHQ ‘doughnut’ building in Cheltenham.

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