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From 'Gazette Series':

MEMBERS of a group against the construction of two wind turbines near Olveston are urging councillors to object to the application.


A MAN has been left frustrated after changes to a bus service left him unable to get his wheelchair on to the bus.


POLICE are asking the public for their help in locating a missing Bristol man.


POLICE are appealing for information after four horses were stolen from the Brandon Trust.


STUDENTS at a Thornbury school joined a select band of other schools across the UK to learn about the potential of real-world applications of physics.


POLICE are appealing for the public’s help in identifying two men who they believe may have information about a handbag snatch in Bristol.


A SURF centre in Easter Compton is launching a £150,000 crowdfunding campaign that will help fund some of the site’s sustainability plans.


THORNBURY based charity Holding Out Hope will pay a special Christmas visit to Bulgaria next month.


WORK has started to stabilise the embankments between M5 junction 14 to 15 near Itchington and Tytherington.


TWO brilliant concerts were performed by the South Cotswold Youth Orchestra (SCYO) at a performance in Thornbury.


THIS week mobile speed camera enforcement will be carried out at:


A POLICE officer who works in Thornbury has been awarded ‘Neighbourhood Beat Manager of the Year’ at this year’s annual Neighbourhood Policing Awards.


TRYING to swallow three pickled eggs in a Berkeley pub cost a father and former Royal Marine his life, a coroner heard.


THOUSANDS of fans waited for hours to catch a glimpse of the Bars and Melody at this year’s Christmas lights switch-on in Thornbury yesterday (November 18).


POLICE are re-appealing for the public’s help in identifying a man who they believe may have information about an armed robbery that took place a year ago in December.




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