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Police appeal for help to find missing 14-year-old Gloucester boy

Police are appealing for help in finding a 14-year-old boy who has gone missing from Gloucester.

Robbie Hay was last seen leaving an address in Tweenbrook Avenue at around 2.40pm on Friday. 79 more words

Stroud Goodwill 2020 this Friday

STROUD Goodwill Evening is set to go ahead on Friday with shops and Christmas gift markets open until 9pm.

Most shops will be open including the Five Valleys Shopping Centre. 199 more words

Here are 38 pubs opening tomorrow in Stroud district

Pubs and bars which serve ‘substantial meals’ will be open across the Stroud area tomorrow as lockdown 2 ends.

You can sit indoors with your household or outdoors with up to six people until 11pm, with last orders an hour before. 251 more words

Bristol man conspired to bring £300,000 of heroin and cocaine into South West

A Bristol man involved in conspiring to bring £300,000 worth of heroin and cocaine to the streets of the South West has been jailed for nine and a half years. 520 more words

Gloucestershire firefighters attended 100 deliberate fires in lockdown

More than 100 fires were started deliberately in Gloucestershire during the first coronavirus lockdown, figures reveal.

The National Fire Chiefs Council said it was “shocking” fire services across England had to respond to arson call-outs at a time when they were helping deliver food and medicine to the most vulnerable. 375 more words

Ex-Conservative Councillor takes to Twitter to defend his multi-million pound PPE profits and new properties

By Jamie O’Dell

Former Conservative Town Councillor for Stroud, Steve Dechan, was in the news again this weekend after the Sunday Times has revealed how Dechan has added a £250k holiday home in Cornwall and a house for his parents to his property portfolio that already consists of a £1.5 million house in the Painswick Valley. 413 more words

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Stroud man, 52, must pay £250 after hurling racial abuse

A Stroud man has been ordered to pay compensation to a man he racially abused and threatened at a bus station.

William Davies, 52, of Bath Road, Stroud, pleaded guilty at Cheltenham Magistrates Court on November 16 to using threatening, abusive or insulting words and behaviour at Gloucester Bus Station. 56 more words