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Esandes Hair & Beauty
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GL1 Leisure Centre, Bruton Way, Gloucester, GL1 1DT
Shirley's Catering
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9 Westbourne Drive, Cheltenham, GL52 2QG
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101 Coriander Drive, Bradley Stoke, BS32 0DL

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Royal Mail Delivery & Collection Services "Trying to speak to a real person in my local delivery office (Patchway). The automated answering system is very frustrating and completely useless if.." see more... Review by QuercusRobur | 24/06/2014
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Local News Headlines
Safety fears at stabbing hospital
Mon, 20 Apr 2015 20:54:44 GMT

Fresh safety concerns are raised about a mental health hospital in Gloucester where an NHS worker was stabbed to death last year.
Jockey Club profits stay firm in 2014
Mon, 20 Apr 2015 22:00:11 GMT

The Jockey Club, which runs Cheltenham Racecourse, says profits dropped slightly last year but turnover and prize money increased.
Baseball bat attack suspects bailed
Mon, 20 Apr 2015 14:20:29 GMT

Five people arrested after a man was attacked with a baseball bat in Cheltenham, are released on police bail.
Uncle's lost WW1 medal found on eBay
Mon, 20 Apr 2015 14:07:58 GMT

A man is reunited with his great uncle's World War One medal after finding it by an "incredible coincidence" on eBay.
Catch badgers before shooting, say vets
Sat, 18 Apr 2015 12:10:53 GMT

The shooting of free-running badgers in culls should end, the British Veterinary Association says, explaining it is more humane to capture them first.
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