Bride-to-be Steph Mayoh is desperately searching for her engagement ring after it slipped off her finger during a Christmas Eve night out in Cheltenham.
Steph, of Up Hatherley, woke up on Christmas morning and realised to her horror that the ring had gone.
I looked down and then realised it was missing. It was just awful. Your stomach goes into twists.
I ran into the bedroom and collapsed in tears. I thought then I would never see it again.
It totally ruined Christmas for me.
The last time she remembered having it on was when she was with fiancé Simon late on Christmas Eve, at the 21 Club in Cheltenham.
Steph and Simon got engaged in October in Central Park, New York, and are due to marry next November. They are hoping that someone will find and return the ring.
Police have released a CCTV image of a man they would like to speak to after an assault on a man in Hesters Way, Cheltenham.
It happened outside a grocery store on Friday 5 December at about 9 pm when the suspect left a store and rode off on the victim’s bicycle after it was left outside the shop.
The victim was assaulted when he challenged the suspect. He was punched approximately six times in the face and needed hospital treatment for a hairline fracture to his left eye socket, a small cut to his face, and swelling to his left eye and face.
The bicycle was recovered later.
The suspect was accompanied by a woman and small child as he left the shop. Police believe he stole some goods and hid them down his trousers.
Officers are keen to speak to the occupants of a black Volkswagen Passat which is thought to have driven past during the attack, which took place in the middle of Barbridge Road.
Anyone with information, or who knows the identity of the woman or child, is asked to contact Gloucestershire Police on 101, quoting Incident 508 of 5 December and crime number CR/028632/14
There was a magical fairytale ending to the Sleeping Beauty pantomime at Cheltenham's Everyman theatre last night. At the end of the show, the actress playing Prince Percival, Kelli Maybank, was proposed to by her long-term partner Mark Grunsell. And of course in true panto style there was a happy ending as she said yes!
Football and Cheltenham Town have appointed Paul Buckle as the club's new manager. He has put pen to paper on a one year rolling contract at Whaddon Road and succeeds Mark Yates who was sacked yesterday.
Buckle returns to the English game after spending the last 18 months working in America. He jetted in this afternoon and our Sports Correspondent Matthias Kurth was there to meet him.
Cheltenham Town have appointed Paul Buckle as their new manager.
The former Torquay United, Bristol Rovers and Luton Town manager has agreed a 12 month rolling contract, and will take charge of his first match against Oxford United at home on Saturday.
Buckle, 43, replaces Mark Yates who was sacked yesterday after five years in charge at Whaddon Road.
The Chairman of Cheltenham Town Football Club has said in an interview that parting company with the team's Manager, Mark Yates, was the 'hardest decision' he's had to make.
Paul Baker released a video interview this morning confirming the decision.
Mark was understandably very upset and I was too. Everybody who knows him will have a lot of sadness with the decision we’ve had to take, but we have to look after the business and look at results and performances.
Cheltenham Town have parted company with manager Mark Yates, with immediate effect.
A popular figure and promotion-winning captain during his playing days, Yates returned to take charge at Whaddon Road in 2009 after leaving Kidderminster Harriers.
He has since overseen more than 250 matches and twice guided the club into the League Two play-offs, and the third round of the FA Cup on two occasions.
The 44-year-old was the third longest serving manager in the top four divisions of English football, behind only Arsenal’s Arsene Wenger and Paul Tisdale of Exeter City.
His final match at the helm was the 4-1 home defeat by Wycombe Wanderers last Saturday, which left Cheltenham 18th in the table.
MP Mark Horwood has joined protestors outside a factory in Cheltenham.
Mr Horwood took the case of 105 Weetabix employees who have been made redundant to parliament yesterday. The packing plant on the Kingsditch Industrial Estate announced it was closing down last month. Employees don't feel that the redundancy package they were offered is fair.
Following a protest outside a Weetabix factory in Cheltenham the employer has offered an enhanced redundancy package.
105 employees at the plant on the Kingsditch Industrial Estate were made redundant after the factory announced it would close. They say their not happy with the redundancy packages they were offered.
Following a consultation process, we have agreed to work with our employees, their trade unions and local employment agencies to proceed with a phased closure of the business beginning in early 2015.
An enhanced redundancy package has been offered and we will be supporting employees to find new roles with out-placement support and a number of local companies have already been in touch to make us aware of vacancies.
Throughout this period we will be providing support to employees in the search for alternative employment. This has been a difficult decision and we appreciate it affects all of our people and their families.