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Coronavirus LIVE Updates: The latest news from across Gloucestershire on Tuesday, January 19 Image

Coronavirus LIVE Updates: The latest news from across Gloucestershire on Tuesday, January 19

The latest important news and updates from across Gloucestershire as the coronavirus crisis continues.

Engineering firm moves into new Cheltenham facility Image

Engineering firm moves into new Cheltenham facility

Steam solutions specialist TLV Euro Engineering has expanded its UK operations with the opening of a new 6,000 square feet warehousing facility in Cheltenham.

Forest Green sharing taste of matchday with Ocado link Image

Forest Green sharing taste of matchday with Ocado link

Fans may not be able to watch football at Forest Green Rovers but they are able to tuck into matchday food after the world's first vegan club joined forces with Ocado.

Chocks away as Gloucester housebuilder's latest development prepares for take off Image

Chocks away as Gloucester housebuilder's latest development prepares for take off

For aircraft enthusiasts, Court de Wyck is the perfect place to secure a new home in a location forever associated with a bygone era of British excellence in the air.

Dunkerton looks to future despite Superdry warning Image

Dunkerton looks to future despite Superdry warning

Superdry has issued a strong warning about the company's future after reporting further falls in sales as lockdown restrictions closed stores.

Cheltenham solicitors help to finance fibre delivery Image

Cheltenham solicitors help to finance fibre delivery

The drive to deliver fibre broadband to half a million forgotten properties has received vital assistance from Harrison Clark Rickerbys.

New dementia care home opens in Dursley creating up to 60 new jobs Image

New dementia care home opens in Dursley creating up to 60 new jobs

A luxury care home in Dursley, South Gloucestershire, has almost doubled in size with the opening of a specialist dementia care facility, creating up to 60 new jobs.

Optimistic Kier predicts improved figures Image

Optimistic Kier predicts improved figures

Kier Group said it expected to deliver half-year results above expectations with the sale of its housebuilding arm edging closer.

Don't wait until Budget to support business, Chancellor urged Image

Don't wait until Budget to support business, Chancellor urged

The CBI has urged the Government not to wait until the Budget in March to act on coronavirus business support.

Industrial and logistics sector the powerhouse of commercial property market, says Alder King Image

Industrial and logistics sector the powerhouse of commercial property market, says Alder King

The industrial and logistics sector was the driving force behind the region's commercial property market last year, recording annual take-up of more than 6.3 million sq ft.

Christmas sales fall for Matalan Image

Christmas sales fall for Matalan

Value fashion retailer Matalan saw a fall in sales over Christmas thanks to Covid-19 closures.

MP's offices moving across Cheltenham Image

MP's offices moving across Cheltenham

Cheltenham MP Alex Chalk is on the move to a new base across town.

Report backs stronger Cheltenham housing partnership Image

Report backs stronger Cheltenham housing partnership

Cheltenham Borough Council's cabinet is to consider an independent recommendation the authority strengthens its partnership with Cheltenham Borough Homes.

Update on Gloucestershire's mobile testing unit locations for January 2021 Image

Update on Gloucestershire's mobile testing unit locations for January 2021

An important part of minimising and managing any future spread of Covid-19 is the speed at which people can be tested and isolation measures put in place, should an outbreak occur.

Police warning after suspicious incident involving teenage girl Image

Police warning after suspicious incident involving teenage girl

Police are warning people in the Cotswolds to be vigilant.

Angry motorist outburst at having car seized by Cirencester Police Image

Angry motorist outburst at having car seized by Cirencester Police

A motorist was so angry when police seized his car in Cirencester, that he smashed a window of the vehicle - then threw his keys down a drain!

Sales rise for Cornish fashion brand Image

Sales rise for Cornish fashion brand

Fashion retailer Seasalt saw a 17 per cent year on year sales rise in the five weeks to 2nd January, thanks to increased online demand.

Competition: Win a copy of Clive Lewis OBE’s book ‘Toxic’ Image

Competition: Win a copy of Clive Lewis OBE’s book ‘Toxic’

Tackling the issue of toxic workplaces is the tough task taken on in the latest book by business psychologist Clive Lewis.

Medieval Gloucester at heart of flats development Image

Medieval Gloucester at heart of flats development

A piece of Gloucester's history has taken on a new life after the completion of 24 flats on the site of Tanners Hall.

Tewkesbury among 82 HSBC branch closures Image

Tewkesbury among 82 HSBC branch closures

The Tewkesbury branch of HSBC will close at the end of July as part of the bank's plans to restructure its network of outlets.

BPE extends deal with Gloucester Rugby Image

BPE extends deal with Gloucester Rugby

BPE Solicitors have renewed the company's relationship as an official partner of Gloucester Rugby.

New products helping to power Tewkesbury firm's expansion Image

New products helping to power Tewkesbury firm's expansion

A Tewkesbury industrial company has launched a series of devices as it enters the global machine and robot build market.

Gloucester man defrauded builders’ merchants out of more than £26,000 Image

Gloucester man defrauded builders’ merchants out of more than £26,000

A 34 year old Gloucester man who defrauded two builders’ merchants out of more than £26,000 has been sentenced.

New commercial partner joins BPE Solicitors Image

New commercial partner joins BPE Solicitors

Starting the year with growth in mind, Cheltenham-based BPE Solicitors has welcomed David Ashcroft to the firm's commercial team lead by Iain Garfield.

Gloucestershire designer warns of EU trade

Gloucestershire designer warns of EU trade "minefield"

A Gloucestershire designer has expressed her frustration at the red tape and tariffs dealing with Europe which have accompanied the UK's Brexit deal.

Renishaw recruiting next generation of talent Image

Renishaw recruiting next generation of talent

Renishaw is recruiting a record number of graduates and trainees as part of a major investment in the future development of the business.

Free webinar to help consumer goods businesses through the Covid crisis Image

Free webinar to help consumer goods businesses through the Covid crisis

Every aspect of consumer life has changed, vastly impacting opportunities for businesses in the fast-moving consumer group industry - but help is at hand

Gloucestershire expert tackling Toxic workplaces Image

Gloucestershire expert tackling Toxic workplaces

Tackling the issue of toxic workplaces is the tough task taken on in the latest book by business psychologist and deputy lieutenant of Gloucestershire Clive Lewis.

Court ruling provides welcome relief for small businesses Image

Court ruling provides welcome relief for small businesses

A Supreme Court decision which could see tens of thousands of small business receive insurance payments for lockdown losses has been welcomed with relief by trade bodies.

Deadline approaches for Stroud's community funding applications Image

Deadline approaches for Stroud's community funding applications

Groups and voluntary organisations in Stroud have two weeks left to apply for funds to help reduce inequality, promote wellbeing and support communities to recover in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Gloucestershire Constabulary warns of scam phone calls from fake police officers Image

Gloucestershire Constabulary warns of scam phone calls from fake police officers

Police are warning the public to be on their guard after a spate of incidents across the county of fraudsters claiming to be police officers.

Customers flushing equivalent to Range Rover each week Image

Customers flushing equivalent to Range Rover each week

Wet wipes and rubbish equal to the weight of a Range Rover are being pulled out of sewers in every town and city each week by Severn Trent.

Gloucester City Council set to consider £107m budget for Kings Quarter regeneration Image

Gloucester City Council set to consider £107m budget for Kings Quarter regeneration

Gloucester City Council is being recommended to approve the £107m budget for the ambitious new digital campus.

Two ‘county lines’ drug dealers  who earned £1,000 per day caught in Gloucester operation Image

Two ‘county lines’ drug dealers who earned £1,000 per day caught in Gloucester operation

Two drug dealers who earned £1,000 a day from their 'county lines' operation in Gloucester were caught after a five month police surveillance operation

St James’s Place to cut jobs Image

St James’s Place to cut jobs

In a blow for Cirencester, one of the town’s biggest employers is set to cut around 200 jobs.

Supreme Court rules on business interruption insurance test case Image

Supreme Court rules on business interruption insurance test case

The Supreme Court has today delivered its judgment in the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA)'s business interruption insurance test case.

Babcock hit by second wave of pandemic Image

Babcock hit by second wave of pandemic

Babcock International Group said the civil aviation market is continuing to struggle, as the sector was hit by the second wave of Covid-19.

Council reveals first 21 roads being resurfaced in 2021 Image

Council reveals first 21 roads being resurfaced in 2021

Gloucestershire County Council has announced which roads will be first of many waiting to be resurfaced in 2021.

New scheme to help domestic abuse victims launched Image

New scheme to help domestic abuse victims launched

Victims of domestic abuse are being offered a new codeword scheme to help them signal for help from the safety of a pharmacy.

Dunelm sales up Image

Dunelm sales up

Homeware retailer Dunelm enjoyed sales growth over Christmas, thanks to a surge in online demand.

Card Factory warns of £10m loss Image

Card Factory warns of £10m loss

Gift card retailer Card Factory has said it is expecting losses of about £10m in its full-year results due to stores being closed due to the pandemic.

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