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  • Tree of Lights was big success

    ON behalf of the Rotary Club Gloucester and our president Clive Hannis, I should like to thank the people of the city and the surrounding area for their...

  • Our theatre is a great resource

    GLOUCESTER had two events of which it can be proud.The Everyman Theatre used (albeit at short notice) the King's Theatre for a professional production of ...

  • Not all politicians are waste of time

    I THOUGHT I had given up writing for Christmas. This being such a busy period. But I was moved to write in response to Jeremy Marchant's dispiriting demolition...

  • Well done Kirby, right on target

    AS usual Martin Kirby hits the nail squarely on the head (Citizen, November 28). I felt compelled to rerun Wilson & Keppel's Sand Dance and listen once...

  • Pub rent U-turn is bitter victory

    CONGRATULATIONS to publicans who will soon be free of the shocking rental conditions that have been crippling pubs for decades.Last week the Government was...

  • Why vote for MP without power?

    I AM a Gloucester man born and bred and still live in Longlevens – well within the city limits. There is a large sign that informs me of this whenever I...

  • Missing link will not beat jams

    THE campaign opposing the Cotswold motorway link has been launched (change.org/p/no-loop-scheme-in-the-cotswolds-anob) and is gathering support from those who...

  • Time to stand up for the locals

    On November 14, when the planning committee votes on whether to destroy a rich wildlife site by granting permission for the Cinderford Northern Quarter, I hope...

  • Unseen side of care home staff

     IT WAS disappointing to read your report of the CQC inspections of care homes (Citizen, October 18).My wife has been a resident of Deanwood Lodge in...

  • Railway triangle going to waste

    AT the critical time in the planning process, it would appear that the developers have managed to persuade the authorities that their development plan for the...

  • Community help is nothing new

    WHAT wonderful people live in The Royal Forest of Dean.I volunteer with the Muscular Dystrophy Campaign branch in the Royal Forest of Dean and on Saturday again...

  • City pubs lack a warm welcome

    WEDNESDAY evening in Gloucester is on the whole a good place to go for a social drink for myself and old mate of mine that I have known for years. We do the...