The family of a teenager who died on Sunday 24 May after he was found hanging from a tree in Cheltenham earlier that week, have paid him tribute.
Adam was the most wonderful son, brother, grandson, nephew, cousin and friend. He will be missed by so many. The boy we knew and loved was an outdoorsy teenager who loved skateboarding and going out with his friends. He loved animals and was great with his cousins.
Adam was intelligent and worked hard at school, and had a particular interest in history and politics. He was well thought of by his teachers and peers alike.
Although in some ways Adam was independent and carefree, he seemed quiet, sensitive and serious in others. As Adam's parents, we value the importance of charities promoting good mental health in children and young people.
Our beautiful boy will be with us forever.
A teenager is in a serious condition after he was found hanging from a tree in a Cheltenham Park.
Police discovered the boy after they were called to reports the boy had been seen hanging in Robert Burns Avenue.
He was cut down from the tree and taken by air ambulance to Bristol Children's Hospital, where he remains in a serious condition.
His family are at his bedside, and his school has been made aware.
Police are not treating the incident as suspicious.
Police are appealing for information to trace a missing teenager from Gloucester.
16-year-old Mandy Smith was last seen near McDonald's in the Kingsditch Retail Centre in Cheltenham at about 11.40pm on Saturday evening.
She is believed to have been visiting a friend. Although Mandy has been missing before she usually phones an appropriate adult daily.
A woman from Cheltenham who is on death row in Indonesia for drug-trafficking, has written to Sir Richard Branson in a desperate bid for backing for a last-ditch final appeal against her sentence.
Lindsay Sandiford, who is 58, is facing death by firing squad after being convicted for drug offences in 2012. She has started saying her goodbyes after running out of money for further appeals and following the recent executions of eight convicted drug smugglers, including two Australians, by the Indonesian authorities.
You can read the letter to Sir Richard Branson here:
Gary Johnson has agreed to stay on as Cheltenham Town manager next season.
The 59-year-old took charge on a temporary basis last month, but was unable to save the Robins from relegation to the Conference.
The former Yeovil Town and Bristol City boss will sign a 2 year contract at Whaddon Road.
Craig Tuck, Lindsay Sandiford's lawyer, says the mother is on her last chance to get a reprieve of her death sentence.
We are closely following Lindsay Sandiford’s case in Indonesia. We stand ready to provide consular assistance to Ms Sandiford and her family at this difficult time, if it is requested.
It is the long-standing policy of the UK to oppose the use of the death penalty in all circumstances. We believe it undermines human dignity, there is no conclusive evidence of its deterrent value, and any miscarriage of justice leading to its imposition is irreversible and irreparable.
We are closely following the developments in Indonesia. We have repeatedly made representations to the Indonesian government on this matter and we will continue to do so. We cannot comment in detail on individual cases.
A woman who is on death row in Bali is "deeply saddened" by the execution of two Australians who were among eight convicted drug smugglers.Read the full story ›
Police in Cheltenham are appealing for information after a 16-year-old boy with a learning disability was pushed off his bike and threatened with harm by three youths.
The teenager was riding along the Honeybourne Line cycle path at about 4.30pm last Sunday afternoon (26 April) when he was approached by the three boys.
They pushed him off his bike and said they would hurt him with a knife, although no knife was seen.
A couple stopped to help the victim, who suffered a grazed knee in the fall, and walked him home.
Over 300 people will take part in a walk through Cheltenham today in memory of Hollie Gazzard.
This is the second year Hollie's father Nick has organised the event. Last year over £7,000 was raised for the charity set up in Hollie's name. The Hollie Gazzard Trust aims to promote the dangers of knife crime, reduce the level of domestic abuse and to help, support and fund young hairdressers in Gloucestershire through a partnership with Gloucestershire College.
The 20 year old hairdresser was stabbed to death at work by her ex boyfriend Asher Maslin.
The Walk 4 Hollie begins at 12:00 at Lansdown Park in Cheltenham and finishes six miles away at the King Teddy pub.