The University of Gloucestershire began as a teacher training college in and now comprises three campus sites across Cheltenham and Gloucester: Francis Close Hall, Oxstalls, The Park. The Park, Cheltenham is the heart of the university and the largest of the three. Dating back to the 19th century, it started life as a zoological, botanical and horticultural garden and includes an elephant walk and a lake in the shape of Africa. Offering a range of undergraduate, postgraduate and PhD degrees, students can choose to study subjects such as accounting and law, business management, computing, journalist, fine art, humanities, biology, geography, social science, education and sports. Gloucestershire also offers two year “fast-track” courses in subjects such as law and business, which allows students to enter the workplace or further training faster and at a lower cost. It works to develop their presentation skills, volunteering, completing internships and work placements, working on live briefs and running sports teams and social clubs and societies. Honorary doctorates and fellowships have been awarded to a wide range of people, including musician and philanthropist Yusuf Islam formerly Cat Stevens , actor and director Simon Pegg, chef Tom Kerridge and rugby player Phil Vickery. Skip to main content.
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Winterbourne Court Farm is a member of a small group of great mediaeval barns in the true cruck tradition (a building style dating from mediaeval times) which.
The idea, which started in Bristol and featured near the TV glos Sex and the City, singles men against women in an evening of fun and friendly quick-fire dating. You get to meet and date lots of professional people in one night and have fun at the same time. What could be slow? Max Bristol near Cheltenham is very keen to give speed dating a go.
He said: I’m really looking forward to the whole experience. So how does it work? Well it depends on the agency hosting the event but basically lots of slow people are thrown together in a room, and you are given three minutes, one on one, to meet, greet and converse with a member of the slow sex.
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Due to the current situation, all Development and Education Courses are postponed until further notice. Should you have a query regarding a course you have booked onto, please contact us Support GloucestershireFA. Additionally, take a look at The FA’s new, free online entry-level football course below. The FA Playmaker. Read the latest update regarding Gloucestershire FA staff here. Ready to take the first steps on your coaching journey?
50s Dating in Gloucester can be the change you are looking for, the enjoyment of chatting with local men or women across Gloucester will help you find new.
Searching for the best place for a family getaway? Or are you in need of a romantic escape with your other half? A trip to the Cotswolds is the perfect escape after being cooped up for far too long. Only a minute drive from our hotel, you can spend days exploring the beautiful countryside, and in between adventures you can rest and recover properly with us at Holiday Inn Gloucester-Cheltenham. To book your Cotswolds accommodation, you can call us , leave an enquiry or book online today.
We hope you spend your Staycation with us this summer! Book our Cotswolds hotel. Please note that our Spirit Health Club is only open for club members at this time. The Academy conference and meeting rooms are perfectly suited to your business needs at the Gloucester hotel. A total of 8 meeting rooms with a maximum capacity of up to The Holiday Inn Hotel Gloucester — Cheltenham is also licensed to hold civil and wedding ceremonies and is a great venue.
Got your results or ready to start something new? Talk to our clearing team today. Get a clearing decisions in under five minutes, it’s just one easy phone call. Due to the uncertainty around how long the Covid outbreak will last, it has been agreed for the immediate future that we will be offering unconditional places to full-time not University Level applicants who apply to SGS College.
It is steeped in history with flint flakes dating back to the Neolithic period as well The city council works closely with Gloucestershire Wildlife Trust delivering a.
In luminescence dating, the signal accumulates within minerals over time as a function of low level, natural radiation exposure. The datable event is that point in time when the signal was reset to zero and started to grow again. The signal is essentially a dosimeter, converting to a chronometer by estimating the rate of dose absorption. Find out about our luminescence dating service. The time dependent signal is sourced from naturally ubiquitous silt or sand sized mineral grains; principally quartz or feldspar.
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RAF Fairford. Van containing up to 40 puppies stopped on motorway after member of the public raises alarm in Gloucestershire Crime A member of the public became suspicious after seeing puppies being loaded into a van on a residential road in Charlton Kings. Crucial R number rises slightly in South West Gloucestershire. Bourton-on-the-Water and other holiday hotspots plagued by poor parking, litter and visitors urinating prepare for bank holiday invasion bank holiday.
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Gloucestershire County Cricket Club , representing the historic county of Gloucestershire , is one of the 18 member clubs of the English County Championship. The club was established in following the merger of the Mangotsfield Cricket Club and West Gloucestershire Cricket Club and played under the latter name until , after which it became the Gloucestershire County Cricket Club. The club’s first home match in first-class cricket was played at Durdham Down in the Clifton district of Bristol.
In the county used a venue outside Bristol for the first time when they played at the College Ground in the grounds of Cheltenham College. This venue has continued to be used regularly for the county’s annual “Cheltenham festival” event, which in the modern era incorporates additional charity events and off-field entertainment.
It was here that the club played its first List A match in against Middlesex , and its first Twenty20 match forty years later against Worcestershire. Bristol is not officially part of Gloucestershire and has been considered an independent county since , though it was officially part of the county of Avon from until In the s Gloucestershire ceased playing at the Spa Ground in Gloucester , which had been in use since , and switched to the Wagon Works Ground in the city.
This ground remained in use for nearly 70 years, hosting over first-class matches, until its use was discontinued in In the club investigated the possibility of returning to the Wagon Works Ground and making it their permanent headquarters after being refused permission for extensive redevelopment of the County Ground in Bristol,  but ultimately this did not occur.
This venue was only used for first-class matches until but was used for four Twenty20 matches in and , the most recent county games to take place in the city. All subsequent matches have taken place in either Bristol or Cheltenham.
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Date, Duration, Opponents, Venue, Comp, Floodlit, Result, Tickets. Sat 1st Aug, 4 days, Worcestershire, Bristol County Ground, Bob Willis Trophy.
In light of the guidance issued by the Department for Education on Friday 24 th of July, The Gloucestershire Grammar Schools have collectively decided to hold the Gloucestershire Entrance Test on Saturday 17 th of October, rather than on Saturday 12 th of September as had been previously advertised. Please read the letter here which explains the reasons for this change, its implications for the application process and details of the arrangements for the day of the Test.
We work hard to create an environment where students will be happy, grow in self-confidence, thrive academically, and make the most of the many opportunities we offer. We pride ourselves on the pursuit of excellence both inside the classroom and out, and on encouraging pupils to develop their talents and interests. Today we are celebrating the commitment, resilience and talent of pupils who have received their GCSE grades and also recognise the staff who have supported them in these achievements.
We are mindful that these grades have been awarded in a very different way this year but this does not diminish in We would like to congratulate our Year 13 students for the hard work and achievement of the last two years culminating in the grades they have been awarded today. While the mechanism for arriving at these grades has been very different this year, we cannot underestimate the effort and application of A number of our pupils entered the competition to rebrand the Children’s Centre at Gloucester Royal Hospital.
The competition closed on the 24th July and we are eagerly awaiting the results! Here are a few of the designs from Peter, Alexander and Freddie- thank you for sharing your brilliant designs with General Enquiries Email: info strs. Our opening hours are between 8.