A group of pug lovers have gathered in the Cotswolds to stage a walk in aid of a charity which helps re-home pugs and pug-crosses in needRead the full story ›
Remember the pensioner targeted by vandals because his yellow car spoiled the picture postcard view? He's now got a colour named after himRead the full story ›
The owner of an "ugly" bright yellow car blamed for ruining the view of a picturesque village has spoken out after it was vandalised.Read the full story ›
An "ugly" bright yellow car blamed for ruining the view in one of the country's most picturesque villages has been targeted by vandals.Read the full story ›
The last lavender harvest of the year on the Cotswolds has taken place. It's more associated with Provence in France but is doing well hereRead the full story ›
A public health campaign is underway this week to alert people to the dangers of radon.
The naturally occurring gas is the second leading cause of lung cancer after smoking.
The Forest of Dean, the Cotswolds and Cheltenham are radon hotspots - but homes can be protected.
The Beckhams' reported move to a 10-bed Gloucestershire country estate seems meant to be - their local would be The Golden Ball Inn.Read the full story ›
David and Victoria Beckham have reportedly bought a £30 million country estate in the Cotswolds.
The superstar couple have splashed out on the Abbotswood Estate near Stow-on-the-Wold, Gloucestershire.
Believed to be the most expensive country home in Britain, the sprawling Grade-II-listed property boasts:
The River Dikler runs through the estate, which the celebrity family were seen visiting last week, with children Brooklyn, 16, Romeo, 13, ten-year-old Cruz and Harper, four.
Ian Shoemark, owner of the Greedy's takeaway, said: "They had sausage and chips and he was very friendly.
"It would be lovely if they had a home here."
Rumours about a Beckham move to the Cotswolds started after they were spotted viewing £5 million Amberley House in Nailsworth.
Nancy the rhino, a resident of Cotswold Wildlife Park, has been breeding. We know this because David Cameron mentioned it in a exchange at Prime Minster's Questions.
In an answer about the difficulties of acquiring a tiger, the PM mentioned how he helped the Cotswold park, in his constituency, to get Nancy - subsequently named after his daughter.