A Gloucestershire pub closed by the floods since christmas has finally reopened. The owner says it's been the longest she's been cut off.
The parents of the Gloucester hairdress Hollie Gazzard have spoken for the first time about the loss of their daughter
The floods in Gloucestershire have put two churches out of action since Christmas.
Gloucestershire Police are appealing for help to find a missing Wiltshire man.
44-year-old Andrew Thomas from Box was last seen at his brother’s address on The Richmonds in Abbeydale on Sunday 2 March.
Officers are particularly keen to trace Andrew’s car, a grey Citroen C3, registration VN56PWF.
Police say they are concerned for his welfare and are asking anyone who may have seen him or his car to call Gloucestershire Police on 101 quoting incident number 471 of 5 March.
The river severn is almost back to normal after almost three months of being in flood. These shots around Lower Lode near Tewkesbury show what it looked like then...and now that the flood plains have emptied.
The A4135 in Gloucestershire is closed in both directions due to accident investigation work between A46 (Colcot Cross) and B4058 (Kingscote).
A person has died in a traffic accident in Gloucestershire.
It happened on the A4135 near Newington Barn and the Calcot Cross roads at around 6.30am today.
The road is currently closed to drivers and motorists are being diverted via Newington Barn.
The A4135 between Dursley and Tetbury is closed because of a serious accident.
It's between the A46 at Colcot Cross and the B4058 at Kingscote.
Two wards at Gloucestershire's two main hospitals have been closed to prevent patients from contracting an airborne sickness bug.The Avening Ward at Cheltenham Hospital and Ward 4A at Gloucestershire Royal Hospital are subject to visiting restrictions due to the outbreak of Norovirus.
A spokeswoman for the Gloucestershire Hospitals NHS Trust said the illness is usually over within 48 hours but is highly infectious, which is why the Trust needs to limit the number of people moving in and out of the affected ward.
– Gloucestershire Hospitals NHS Trust spokeswoman
Exceptions can be made for relatives hoping to visit on compassionate grounds. These visitors are being asked to speak to a member of ward staff on entering the ward.The visiting restrictions will be reviewed every day and lifted as soon as possible.This is a precautionary measure and good infection control practice to protect patients and control the spread of the illness.We hope that families and friends will understand why we are asking them not to visit for this short period.We hope to be in a position to re-introduce visiting on these wards in a matter of days.
The highest spring tide brought with it a five star Severn bore today.
The Environment Agency had issued a flood warning but in the end the tidal surge wasn't high enough to cause problems. It attracted plenty of would-be bore riders as our Gloucestershire Correspondent Ken Goodwin reports.
Two reports have been released today - both criticising the effectiveness and humaneness of the recent badger culls in Somerset and Gloucestershire. The first independent study was commissioned by the government itself.
The second comes as a result of information obtained by cull monitors, who found that many badgers weren't shot cleanly or quickly.