A 16-year-old boy from Coleford has been arrested on suspicion of assault and attempted rape. The incident happened in Gloucester Park at around 11pm yesterday.
A young woman was struck on the head during the attack and sexually assaulted. An immediate search of the area was carried out by response officers and the arrest was made shortly before 11.30pm.
The victim has received treatment for her head injuries and is currently being supported by specially trained sexual assault officers.
Postal workers in Bridgwater have voted to go on strike over conditions. The 122 postmen and women say they'll strike for three consecutive Saturdays starting on June 29th.
Postal workers in Somerset are to agree dates to take strike action later.
They'll be discussed at a mass meeting being held at the Bridgwater Royal Mail depot this morning. It's after a dispute over bullying and staffing levels. 80 per cent of workers at the depot have voted to take action in a ballot.
Staff at crown post offices across the region will be striking today in a dispute over jobs, closures and pay. It's the fifth time they've taken strike action over the issue.
Over four-thousand people are expected to strike from three-hundred-and-seventy-three offices across the country.
Post office workers across the country are going on strike today. In Bristol, five post offices will be affected. These are: The Galleries, Kingswood, Yate, Nailsea, and Keynsham.
The strike has been called in response to disputes over jobs and pay.
The Post Office plans to close 76 offices which will affect more than eight hundred jobs.
The union is seeking protection for jobs and the service. It also wants to secure a fair pay rise for staff who haven't had one since April 2011.
Today, the strike will affect three hundred and seventy three post offices across the country.
Workers at a post office in Bristol say they are struggling to keep up with demand leaving hundreds of packages undelivered.
Postal workers at Mead Street Post Office who deliver to the BS4 and BS14 postcode areas say they are struggling to complete increased delivery rounds and were yesterday morning [Friday] they were told to take whatever mail they had at 9.30am and leave the rest.
Workers have requested a ballot for strike action.
A knife-wielding man has made off with cash in a robbery at a post office in Stroud. It happened just before 10 o'clock this morning at the branch in Stratford Road. Staff were left shocked but uninjured. The robber escaped on foot.
He's described as white, between 23 and 25 years old and of slim build. He was wearing a navy blue hoodie, jogging trousers and sunglasses.