Last week two tents caught fire in a suspected arson attack in the graveyard of St John's Church, Cirencester.Read the full story ›
Fire crews are battling to control a large fire on farmland in Cirencester.
Emergency crews were called to the scene at Chesterton farm in Cirencester at around 11.45am (Saturday, 24th September)
Gloucestershire Fire & Rescue service has sent 3 fire engines and a water carrier to the scene where there are currently 60 tonnes of hay and 80 tyres on fire.
People nearby have taken to social media to report seeing a lot of smoke in the area but there are no reported injuries.
The A419 is blocked in both directions in and out of Cirencester.
A tree has fallen at the A429 Tetbury Road - it's near the Royal Agricultural University.
The four had denied all the charges they faced which were alleged to have been committed against the same woman.Read the full story ›
A homeless man is seeking kind-hearted strangers who took pity on him on the coldest night of the year - putting him up in a hotel.
Timothy Murray was huddled on the streets covered in blankets when he was spotted by the guests.
To his surprise, he was then approached by a staff member at the Kings Head, in Cirencester, who told him he had a room booked for the night.
I was outside when one of the lasses who works there (the Kings Head) said someone had paid for a room for me for the night. I thought they were joking. My eyes lit up.
When I got into my room I was very cold and tired.
There was a walk-in shower and a bath, and I was going to watch telly, too, but as soon as I lay on the bed I must've fallen straight to sleep because I don't remember anything until morning.
The people who paid for the room have asked to remain anonymous, but now Timothy is now urging them to come forward so he can say thankyou.
I was never told who it was. It's strange that I don't know, but I appreciate they would rather remain anonymous. Thank you.
Timothy was an engineer before falling on hard times, first losing his job and eventually his flat in Siddington around five months ago.
Some guests kindly paid for a homeless gentleman to spend a night at the Kings Head. The hotel supports a wide range of local charities and we applaud our guests' generosity.
Police are becoming increasingly concerned about a missing 44 year-old man from Cirencester, who officers say is in a "vulnerable state of mind."
Kevin Paul Williams, who is known as Paul to his family, left his home at around 11.20 am on Monday. He is believed to have travelled north in his blue Honda Civic.
It's reported that he was seen in the Nottingham area this morning. Kevin is described as white, 5ft 7ins tall, with shaven hair and a Welsh accent.
A commemorative blue plaque in honour of Cirencester rock legend Cozy Powell is to be unveiled in the town.
Queen guitarist Brian May will perform the ceremony at the Corn Hall today (7 January).
Cozy drummed for many bands including Rainbow, Whitesnake and Black Sabbath.
He died in a car crash on the M4 near Bristol in 1998 when he was 50 years old.
Lady Bathurst of Cirencester Park, Cirencester, has launched an online appeal to raise funds for the victims of the Christmas 2015 floods across the UK.
"Like so many, Lord Bathurst and I have watched the news reports over this festive period with a growing sense of horror and helplessness.
It was a completely natural and immediate reaction to want to try and do something constructive to help those who are having such a devastating experience, right across the country."
We all remember the devastating 2007 floods across Gloucestershire and the equally wonderful way in which complete strangers pulled together to help each other. It is only natural that we would all wish to reflect the amazing support we were shown back then, and if I can offer an avenue for everyone to do so, then I couldn't be happier.
The appeal has already raised £700 and will help flood victims, with particular emphasis on those who are no longer covered by insurance, the elderly, the isolated, as well as those families with young children.
It will help them to refurnish their homes with basic furniture and essential electrical goods such as sofas, kitchen equipment, washing machines and other household necessities.
You can find out more here.
A Gloucestershire student has become the first tetraplegic person in the world to take part in a Tough Mudder challenge.
21-year-old Rob Camm and his team navigated the 12-mile course near Cirencester on a wheelchair that he controls with his chin.
He was left paralysed from the neck down and reliant on a ventilator following a car crash in September 2013.
You can see Katie Rowlett's report on Rob's triumph here:
And you can watch her report on the Tough Mudder here:
Gloucestershire Police have confirmed that two men have died following a collision on the A429 in the Cotswolds.
The force have said that the road is likely to be shut between Cirencester and Northleach for most of the day.