Traffic misery: Thirty-three roadworks schemes affect major routes in and out of Bristol

Traffic misery: Thirty-three roadworks schemes affect major routes in and out of Bristol

01-September-2014
01-September-2014 14:06
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by Ian Onions, political editor, The Bristol Post
Traffic misery: Thirty-three roadworks schemes affect major routes in and out of Bristol

Bristol is in the grip of disruptive roadworks as the summer holidays end and people return to work and school. They are affecting major routes into the city and in the city centre. And they are set t...

Gloucestershire's Great Diamond Rush: Beards Jewellers business takes delivery of 10 gems to be hidden around Cheltenham

Gloucestershire's Great Diamond Rush: Beards Jewellers business takes delivery of 10 gems to be hidden around Cheltenham

01-September-2014
01-September-2014 14:06
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by Steven Impey, reporter, Gloucestershire Echo
Gloucestershire's Great Diamond Rush: Beards Jewellers business takes delivery of 10 gems to be hidden around Cheltenham

Cut in New York and soon to be hidden in Cheltenham – 10 pieces of the Big Apple have finally arrived in the shape of diamonds. Ahead of the world’s most extravagant charity treasure hunt...

 Back on track to cover costs: Businessman Mike Watts’s A431 Kelston toll road between Bristol and Bath

Back on track to cover costs: Businessman Mike Watts’s A431 Kelston toll road between Bristol and Bath

01-September-2014
01-September-2014 14:06
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by The Bristol Post
 Back on track to cover costs: Businessman Mike Watts’s A431 Kelston toll road between Bristol and Bath

Businessman Mike Watts who built his own £300,000 toll road to allow commuters to bypass roadworks says he is now on course to make his money back. The 62-year-old grandfather was fed up of an ...

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Cancer sufferers access multi-million pound fund with the help of Gloucestershire legal business Festival Law

Cancer sufferers access multi-million pound fund with the help of Gloucestershire legal business Festival Law

01-September-2014
01-September-2014 14:05
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by Southwestbusiness.co.uk
Cancer sufferers access multi-million pound fund with the help of Gloucestershire legal business Festival Law

A law firm from Cheltenham has already helped sufferers of an asbestos related cancer access a £350m fund to the tune of £200,000-plus since its launch two months ago. Festival Law, speci...

O’Neill’s Irish theme pub business in Cheltenham's Montpellier to close

O’Neill’s Irish theme pub business in Cheltenham's Montpellier to close

01-September-2014
01-September-2014 10:51
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by Steven Impey, reporter, Gloucestershire Echo
O’Neill’s Irish theme pub business in Cheltenham's Montpellier to close

It has been an institution on the Cheltenham pub scene for almost 20 years. Now, two decades after Gold Cup-winning jockey and racehorse trainer Jonjo O’Neill attended its opening, it has been ...

Major art exhibition Crucible2 featuring work by Damien Hirst and Antony Gormley staged by Gloucestershire business Gallery Pangolin to open at Gloucester Cathedral

Major art exhibition Crucible2 featuring work by Damien Hirst and Antony Gormley staged by Gloucestershire business Gallery Pangolin to open at Gloucester Cathedral

01-September-2014
01-September-2014 10:51
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by The Business, The Citizen & Gloucestershire Echo
Major art exhibition Crucible2 featuring work by Damien Hirst and Antony Gormley staged by Gloucestershire business Gallery Pangolin to open at Gloucester Cathedral

A multi-million pound boost to the Gloucestershire economy is expected this week as a result of a major art exhibition including works by Damien Hirst and Antony Gormley at Gloucester Cathedral. Spon...

Soaring costs: Bristol house prices rising faster than UK average

Soaring costs: Bristol house prices rising faster than UK average

01-September-2014
01-September-2014 10:51
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by John Houseman, Bristol Post
Soaring costs: Bristol house prices rising faster than UK average

House prices in Bristol have risen by well over the national average of 132 per cent in the past 20 years. A survey using information from the Land Registry shows that the cost of a home in the city h...

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