Escape Hunt will be opening on the 4th December, with four escape rooms to choose from. The highly anticipated attraction is open for bookings now, for up to 6 people at a time. Head of PR for the Brewery Quarter Demelza Coleman spoke about its opening: “It’s had huge excitement from the public, and we’re […]
Cheltenham Town will be opening their stadium doors again for supporters, following the Government’s announcement on Monday,. This has been a massive boost for local fans, who have missed out on watching their team for many months. The Jonny-Rocks stadium has a capacity of 7,066, but with Cheltenham being in Tier 2 it will only […]
It’s been a very chilly morning across the South-West, with temperatures in Cheltenham dropping as low as 2°. It’s not expected that temperatures will exceed 5° today, ahead of a cold December. A Yellow warning of fog has been issued by the Met Office, and ice is also expected to delay travel. This didn’t stop […]
A ‘Travel window’ has been introduced by the government, encouraging students to return home between the 3rd-9th of December. This has faced huge backlash online, with students worried about missing out on education, paying rent on accommodation and losing jobs they may have while at university. Watch our latest Coronavirus round-up below.
University students are able to return home for Christmas early following the Governments decision to bring the end of term forward, allowing students to test, self isolate and return with no chance of spreading infection.
The Gaia Earth exhibition has landed in Gloucester Cathedral. The immensely popular attraction has seen tickets sell out this week for afternoon and evening tours. The globe was created by UK artist Luke Jerram, and will be in Gloucester until November 1st. This is Jerram’s second exhibition in the Cathedral, following last year’s Museum of […]
Current Covid-19 restrictions have had many thinking Halloween has been cancelled this year. But for families in Innsworth, this isn’t the case. Although the traditional trick or treating my not be happening this year this hasn’t stopped residents of the former RAF base from adorning their homes with festive decorations and pumpkins. The ‘Rule of […]
As part of the get up and go scheme, Strength and conditioning student and owner of Kano health and fitness is encouraging students to join the free outdoor and Covid-19 friendly bootcamp sessions. Sessions are being held every Wednesday in Gloucester and every Friday in Cheltenham, for students who want to avoid gyms but still […]
We have hourly news updates today from our broadcast team. Terry, Ciara, Adam, Ollie, Mae and Robbie were on Radio duty, producing a number of bulletins over the course of the morning and early afternoon. At 10, 11 and 12 o’clock each of them produced a 3 minute long news bulletin. On the news agenda […]
Lights. Camera. Action. The curtains that used to rise in front of full audiences and enthusiastic actors taking the stage at the Cheltenham Playhouse are now met with smaller crowds and an underwhelming presence of excited cheering and clapping. Now, the theatre industry as a whole is facing an uncertain future of survival during the […]