CHELTENHAM 2020 CRIME CRISIS PROJECT NEWS

Cuts to Gloucester Crown court sitting days called ‘catastrophic’ by barrister

The Leader of the Western Circuit, Kate Brunner QC, has compiled a report showing how justice is being denied to users of the criminal justice system in Gloucestershire. The report, ‘This Doesn’t Look Like Justice’, outlines the national problem: cuts to court sitting days and how this reduction in operating hours has led to complainants […]

CHELTENHAM 2020 ENTERTAINMENT

Where There is Light: A look at the interactive art exhibition at the Cathedral

‘Beautiful’, ‘tranquil’, and ‘hypnotic’ are just some of the words being used to describe a new light display which pays tribute to work supporting refugees and asylum seekers.    The interactive art is on show inside Gloucester Cathedral to mark 20 years of Gloucestershire refugee charity, GARAS. Gloucestershire Action for Refugees and Asylum Seekers (GARAS) […]

CHELTENHAM 2020 ENVIRONMENT POLITICS

Cheltenham students grill Politicians’ point-scoring at Climate themed Question Time

Teenagers urged politicians to put aside their party differences to tackle the international challenge of climate change at a meeting attended by hundreds of people in Cheltenham. Students from Pittville School, Cheltenham Ladies’ College, Balcarras School and others, attended the event to quiz a political panel on the environment in Cheltenham and what’s being done […]

CHELTENHAM 2020 ENVIRONMENT POLITICS

Climate themed ‘Question Time’ lets local Students quiz Politicians

Young people are being given the chance to air their concerns about climate change this Friday at St Andrews Church in Cheltenham. The event will be based around the BBC’s popular debate programme, ‘Question Time’ and will feature a panel of politicians who directly answer questions posed to them by students. Organised by Vision21, Gloucestershire’s […]