The Duchess of Cornwall is among the famous guests at the Cheltenham Festival as the event celebrates Ladies Day.Read the full story ›
Un Temps Pour Tout has retained his title in the Ultima Handicap, ensuring Somerset trainer David Pipe a place in the history books.
The three mile race came down to a photo-finish with Un Temps Pour Tout narrowly beating Singlefarmpayment to the line, despite being nearly a stone heavier.
The horse, which had odds of 14-1, is only the third to claim back to back wins in the Cheltenham race.
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260,000 people are expected to pass through the gates during this week's festival.Read the full story ›
Two pensioners with a combined age of 154 chased a suspect down the street after he mugged one of them.Read the full story ›
Patients at a hospice have been getting some unusual visitors. The idea is to help them relax and enjoy the company of pets.Read the full story ›
A man has been charged with the attempted robbery of a newsagents in Cheltenham, along with two other robberies.
27-year-old Steven Agg, of Moors Avenue, has been charged with the attempted robbery of Pittville Stores on Sunday 19 February, a robbery in Marsh Lane later the same evening and a robbery on the Honeybourne Line on Saturday 18 February.
A man has been arrested in connection with an attempted armed robbery at a newsagents in Cheltenham.Read the full story ›
Natalia Spencer was walking the coastline of Britain to raise money for Bristol Children's Hospital in memory of her daughter Elizabeth.Read the full story ›
A second person has been arrested on suspicion of injuring a swan.
The 15-year-old boy, from Cheltenham, was arrested and interviewed by police on Wednesday (02/02). He was bailed pending further enquiries.
George, a male swan, was shot in the head with a crossbow in Pittville Park, Cheltenham, last week and was seriously injured.
He was treated at Vale Wildlife Hospital and Rehabilitation Centre and after making a good recovery, was released back to the lake.
Earlier this week, a 48-year-old man from Cheltenham was arrested in connection with the incident. He was bailed to return to the police station on 22 February 2017.
A swan who was shot in the head with a crossbow has been released back into the wild.
The male swan was shot in Pittville Park, Cheltenham last week.
He was cared for at Vale Wildlife Hospital & Rehabilitation Centre.
As he enters the water he is met by his signets - making it a family reunion.
Gloucestershire Police have arrested a 48 year old man from Cheltenham on suspicion of injuring a swan.
The man has been bailed pending further enquiries.