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Solar energy to power cricket club into new season, Cotswold Journal

Posted 30th March 2015 | Category: Press Coverage

Funding for the project was secured from the England and Wales Cricket Board and The Gloucestershire Environmental Trust.

Stroud Valleys Community School visits the new learning Pavilion, Stroud News & Journal

Posted 25th March 2015 | Category: Press Coverage

Pupils from Stroud Valleys Community School became the first ever class to visit the new Learning Pavilion at the Museum in the Park on Tuesday, March 18.

Professor Owen steers Gloucestershire Environmental Trust through uncertainty over Javelin Park incinerator scheme

Posted 23rd March 2015 | Category: Press Releases

Plans to appoint a new chairperson of the Gloucestershire Environmental Trust have been shelved with the current chairman, Professor Stephen Owen agreeing to remain in the role indefinitely while the future of the Trust remains unclear.

Gloucestershire Environmental Trust awards £314,000 to community projects

Posted 23rd March 2015 | Category: Press Releases

Community and environmental projects from across Gloucestershire are set to benefit from £314,203 of grants from the Gloucestershire Environmental Trust.

Pip and Jims in Leckhampton get cash boost of £40,000 from Gloucestershire Environmental Trust, Gloucestershire Echo

Posted 22nd March 2015 | Category: Press Coverage

Parishioners of St Philip and St James’ Church in Leckhampton are on the home straight of raising funds for vital repairs after a sizeable donation.

Sound of silence no more as bells make comeback in Churchdown, Gloucester Citizen

Posted 20th March 2015 | Category: Press Coverage

After almost a year of silence, residents in Churchdown will once again hear the sound of their much-loved church bells.

Cheltenham Rugby Club launched £100k appeal to build new changing rooms ahead of World Cup, Gloucestershire Echo

Posted 19th March 2015 | Category: Press Coverage

A £100,000 appeal to build four new changing rooms for budding rugby stars have been launched ahead of this year’s World Cup.

A church tower in Cam has been restored at the end of a three year project, Gloucestershire Gazette

Posted 2nd March 2015 | Category: Press Coverage

Work to restore the tower of a Cam church has reached completion at the end of a three year project.