The site of the Banksy mural in Cheltenham is itself now becoming an impromptu public art gallery.
Gloucestershire Correspondent Ken Goodwin has been keeping up with the web of intrigue surrounding the future of the Cheltenham Spies.
A couple whose home was wrecked by a gas explosion in a next door property have been handed the keys to their new house.
Despite many people saying they're angry that 'Spybooth' is being removed scaffolding work continues.
Sarah White is staging a protest in the phone box where Banksy's 'Spybooth' sits. She's been there for two hours already and despite the machine not taking coins is asking friends to phone her or making calls to free phone numbers in an effort to stay in the phone box as long as possible.
Additional security has been added around the site in case further protests take place. The rain has kept most away.
The council have issued a stop notice to try to prevent the banksy being removed from a building in Cheltenham. They say it is because removing the brick work will damage the fabric of a listed building.
Meanwhile the city's Chamber of Commerce has been given 6 hours to raise over £1 million to keep the piece in place.
ITV understands a piece of Banksy artwork is being removed from a wall in Cheltenham and taken to a London gallery.
The company responsible also removed one of the artist's pieces from a wall in London. Yesterday they said they were only there to repair the building.
There are continuing fears a piece of Banksy artwork is being removed from a wall in Cheltenham. The company responsible also removed one of the artist's pieces from a wall in London. Yesterday they said they were there to repair the building.
Scaffolding has appeared around the Banksy artwork in Fairview road in Cheltenham. Local people are worried that the work, which has attracted hundreds of visitors, is being removed by the owner of the building.
But a builder told ITV news that the rendering at the top of the wall overlooking the work has cracked and "blown" making it unsafe, as pieces could fall onto people below.
Britain's armed forces are being honoured across the region in a series of events leading up to National Armed Services Day on saturday.
Today in Cheltenham there was a ceremony at the war memorial in the town. It was attended by past and serving forces personnel.
Service personnel are to be honoured with a ceremony at Cheltenham Municipal Offices later this morning.
The Armed Forces Flag will be raised to mark the start of a week dedicated to recognising the work of the military across the country. Mayor of Cheltenham Simon Wheeler will lead the service at 11 o'clock.
Service personnel are to be honoured with a ceremony at Cheltenham Municipal Offices. The Armed Forces Flag will be raised to mark the start of a week dedicated to recognising the work of the military across the country. Mayor of Cheltenham Simon Wheeler will lead the service at 11am.
Police in Gloucestershire are appealing for information to help to find a missing man from Cheltenham.
27 year old Arron Coles went missing after an argument at a property in the town on Saturday.
Police say they are worried about his mental welfare.
He's been described as white, 6ft 2ins tall, of stocky build, with short, black hair and a moustache. He also has a tattoo at the bottom of his back.
People who live next to a building site in Cheltenham say they've lost their views, their privacy and feel hemmed in by the new development. 21 houses are being constructed on a strip of land in Bishop's Cleeve. Residents say no thought has been given to the effect on their homes.