David Lloyd Health Club in Gloucester is hosting a tennis social in celebration of the 2020 Australian Open tournament. The event will take place this Saturday at 2.00pm, giving those who register, the opportunity to play an adults double match at the centre. The session is one of the many socials the club run […]
The architects’ at Edge Design Workshop in Cheltenham have new ideas for the future of the town, with a new creative space for young designers and events, re-purposing empty buildings for housing, and whether they think that Cheltenham will be more eco-friendly in the future. Edge Design have promoted ideas for an innovation hub which […]
Fast fashion has been on a steady climb this year and it’s inevitable that it’ll expand even further. Buyers are now favouring the convince of online shopping, not only for clothes but for food and more. With big businesses catering to our needs, offering everything at the click of a button and next day delivery […]
Joe Kennett and Amy Owen host a live broadcast with Cheltenham experts, discussing Cheltenham’s future. Guests include Kevan Blackadder, director of Cheltenham BID, David Entwistle, CEO of Vision 21 and arts journalist and actress Lisa Capener.
Ebenezer Scrooge may come from the UK, but Google has confirmed that in fact Brits are the last people to be scoffing ‘Bah Humbug’ during the festive season. Statistics from the search engine show that within the past five years the United Kingdom search the word ‘Christmas’ more than any other country in the world. […]
The lifestyle team ponder their New Year’s resolutions for 2020, along with how our lifestyles need to change for a sustainable future, and living a happier, healthier life.
From the affluence of Montpellier to the trends of the Brewery Quarter, Cheltenham is brimming with attractions to suit all of the family, which could be why more and more people are starting families here.
The University of Gloucestershire is celebrating 17 years of university status. Since its early civic function in the 19th century and the Park Campus designed originally to be a zoo, history is there for us to explore. This week marks 17 years since we became the University of Gloucestershire. We keep our letters patent […]
One of Gloucester’s most popular Halloween attractions is back – and it’s just as terrifying as ever. Frightmare is an annual event at Over Farm which draws adrenaline-junkies from all over with hopes of being scared witless. Gloucester Rugby player Charlie Sharples is among the latest to visit the farm this year. Another great night, […]
It’s glitzy, glass-fronted and shiny and new. But all around the £23 million John Lewis store are reminders of Cheltenham’s past. The surrounding buildings date back more than 100 years, echoing a time when shopping was very different. Historians are keen that such times aren’t forgotten. Jill Waller, researcher of Cheltenham’s Local History Society […]