GIRLS’ CRICKET: Cirencester’s Eve Alder stars at the Women’s U15s County Championship finals

GLOUCESTERSHIRE finished runners-up in the ECB U15 Women’s County Championship after losing to Yorkshire by 75 runs in the final.
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Two jailed for child sex offences

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September 2, 2014

Two men from Swindon are jailed for seven years each for a number of sexual offences against three girls.
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MOTORCYCLING EXCLUSIVE: The Danny Kent column

SUNDAY'S race in the Moto3 World Championship – the British Grand Prix at my home circuit of Silverstone – was the most exciting yet, writes Danny Kent. And to top it off, I was the first GB rider to cross the line. There was a lot of build-up to the event. I was in...
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COMPETITION! Would you like to lead the Gloucester rugby team out at Kingsholm?

WOULD you like to be the mascot at Kingsholm for the match against Exeter Chiefs?
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Children living in fear and poverty

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September 2, 2014

NEARLY 1,000 children lived in fear of violence, in poverty or were at risk of abuse in Swindon last year, the Adver can reveal.
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Marlborough and Pewsey schools cope with a 50 per cent increase in meals

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September 2, 2014

School across Marlborough and Pewsey are embracing the new government initiative which entitles five to seven-year-olds to free dinners.
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How Gannett Foundation helped Wiltshire Wildlife Trust

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September 2, 2014

Wiltshire Wildlife Trust is one of the many charities to have benefited from the Gannett Foundation, the charitable arm of the Gazette & Herald’s publishers.
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How Gannett Foundation helped Wiltshire Wildlife Trust

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September 2, 2014

Wiltshire Wildlife Trust is one of the many charities to have benefited from the Gannett Foundation, the charitable arm of the Wiltshire Times’ publishers.
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Boris Johnson visits Swindon

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September 2, 2014

ONE of the most famous faces in British politics visited Swindon yesterday to meet apprentices at Nationwide and hailed the town’s Magic Roundabout a “curious masterpiece”.
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Rugby: Chippenham coach focusing on promotion as Trowbridge clash kicks off season

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September 2, 2014

Chippenham head coach Danny Thomas believes short-term goals will be key to his side’s success this season.
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Staff take on power walk for cancer charity

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September 2, 2014

A TEAM of adventurers from a power company’s Swindon headquarters trekked 26 miles along Hadrian’s Wall last weekend in aid of cancer sufferers around the country, raising more than £4,200.
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Family joins in teenager’s musical marathon tribute to little sister Jemima

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September 2, 2014

Teenager Annabel Prees has put on a marathon event in memory of her little sister, who shared her love of music.
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Hunters Care Centre splits fete proceeds to three charities

HUNTERS Care Centre in Cirencester has raised almost £800 for charity following a fundraising fete earlier in the year.
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Jailed pair ‘swapped’ teen girls during abuse, court hears

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September 2, 2014

A 26-YEAR-OLD who filmed himself having sex with a vulnerable 14-year-old girl before handing her to a another man to abuse has been jailed for seven years.
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Splashing out for Ice Bucket Challenge

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September 2, 2014

THE Ice Bucket Challenge craze has swept the nation over the last couple of weeks, with hundreds of people in the Salisbury area taking part.
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Timeless classic for young and not so young

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September 2, 2014

Agatha Christie's Black Coffee At Wyvern until September 6
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SkyCo Imaging videos Phoenix Festival from above

LOCAL aerial photography company SkyCo Imaging provided video to the Phoenix Festival this week as a backdrop to the main stage.
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A Practical Car – Volkswagen Touran

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September 2, 2014
A Practical Car – Volkswagen Touran

The VW Touran is a MPV (Multi Purpose Vehicle) and its purpose is not to excite but instead to do automotive lifestyle things in a practical manner.
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Pub staff power through 24 hour cycling challenge

STAFF from the Greyhound Inn in Siddington have powered through a 24 hour cycling challenge to raise money for the Alzheimer’s Society.
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Railway redoubling is finally complete

THE redoubling of the Stroud-Swindon railway line has finally finished, after funding was first secured three years ago.
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Council bid to erect statue honoring WW1 troops

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September 2, 2014

Sponsorship is being sought to fund a Warminster Town Council project commemorating the Australian soldiers who came to Wiltshire during the First World War.
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