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Retained staff are vital to the Gloucestershire service and nationally provide fire and rescue cover to around 60 per cent of the UK.
This is the first and perhaps the most important part of selling or letting a property is the initial market appraisal which encompasses an assessment of the property’s market potential, given it’s type, size, condition, location, and development opportunities etc., the method of sale, i.e. private treaty, tender, or auction, the marketing strategy and establishing an appropriate asking price, which is critical in achieving an early sale.
Stroud Canal Restoration
Stroud Canal Restoration
IT'S now water all the way from Capel's Mill to Wallbridge as the Stroud canals' restoration presses on.
Cotswold Canal Trust announces the installation of the Ebley Swing Bridge for pedestrians
A domestic oil tank can contain many hundreds of pounds worth of oil and it is therefore it makes good sense to take a few precautions to protect it.
Green Electricity didn't exist in the world back in 1996. When it was offered for the first time, Ecotricity became not just Britain’s but the world’s first Green Electricity company – and kick-started the now global Green Electricity movement. Ecotricity’s mission was and remains to change the way electricity is made and used in Britain.
The residents of Richmond Care Village Painswick were lucky enough to enjoy an up close and personal Birds of Prey Experience when the experts from “Walks with Hawks” visited on Monday 4th March.
According to research mattresses need to be replaced every 7 years. If your bed is more than seven years old it might not be giving you the support or comfort you need for a healthy and refreshing nights sleep. How old is yours?
On Friday 1st February, residents and staff at Richmond Village were joined by the year 6 class from Croft Primary School Painswick to help Ellen Winter, Stroud Community Wildlife Officer from Gloucestershire Wildlife Trust, to create “Toad Homes”.
Recent findings from research including a survey of businesses in the Cotswolds Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB) have revealed the total value of economic activity within the AONB to be worth around £2billion and that many businesses significantly benefit from being located within the Cotswolds.
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