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  • Manor Farm Through
    CUP kings Bristol Manor Farm are on the GFA Challenge Trophy trail again – and their happy boss sees no reason for it to end now.
  • Annual Health Check
    FA Charter Standard Clubs in Gloucestershire can now complete their FA Charter Standard Annual Health Checks for 2016-17. All FA Charter Standard Clubs will need to complete their Health Check to renew their status.
  • In The Spotlight - Ruardean Hill Rangers
    In the ninth of a brand-new set of weekly features chronicling the life and times, ups and downs of GFA-affiliated grassroots clubs, we cast the spotlight on Gloucestershire Northern Senior League high-fliers Ruardean Hill Rangers. Their 39-year-old chairman and long-time player and clubman, Martin Coleman, took the big questions from Simon Parkinson . . .
  • NSPCC & The FA Launch Designated Helpline
    Given the serious information that continues to come to light regarding child abuse in football, The FA has commissioned a dedicated NSPCC helpline for adults who were victims of sexual abuse in childhood within the football industry.
  • In The Spotlight - OPENhouse
    In the eighth of a brand-new set of weekly features chronicling the life and times, ups and downs of GFA-affiliated grassroots clubs, we cast the spotlight on GFA Ability Counts League first division champs OPENhouse FC of Stroud. Their 31-year-old founder member, manager and support worker, Dale Millar, relays the story to Simon Parkinson. . .
  • ACC TRAINING CANCELLED
    ACC Club Coaches CPD event – POSTPONED
  • FA Coaching Bursary
    The FA has opened the application process for its Coaching Bursary scheme – an initiative designed to support aspiring coaches from under-represented communities take the next steps on their coaching pathways.
  • In The Spotlight - Real Thornbury
    In the seventh of a brand-new set of weekly features chronicling the life and times, ups and downs of GFA-affiliated grassroots clubs, we now cast the spotlight on Real Thornbury. Their 29-year-old co-founder, chairman and first team captain and defender, Jon Miller, told Simon Parkinson all about it.
  • Talent ID Conference
    One of English sport’s most renowned talent identification specialists will present at this year’s FA Talent ID conference.
  • Pitch Improvement Programme
    Gloucestershire FA is working in partnership with The FA Facilities and Investment Team and Institute of Groundmanship to develop a grass pitch maintenance service which can be utilised by grassroots football clubs, with the simple aim of improving the quality of grass pitches.
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  • Comment on Recycle for Bradford by sarah morrison
    i can not understand why people who are doing community service are not sorting through the household waste recycled what has been unnecessarily tipped! Also why are Bradford not starting a fining scheme we do alot of recycling but have freinds and family members who boast of having two bins and filing them and that they can not be bothered recyling!!! Everyone in society seems so preoccupied with their rights, yet nobody seems to have told them they also have responisiblities to their community!
  • Comment on Tetra Pak Explains Carton Recycling by Peter Chester
    Tetra Pak is showing great leadership in this area. I wish more milk, juice, water and wine would be sold in environmentally friendly cartons! Peter Chester
  • Comment on Bring and take events come to Wrexham by mrs v roberts
    what a good idea. enjoyed the one in penycae last saturday. how nice to take the grandkids out and not have to say no you can,t have it, i can,t afford it. what a load of nonscence, the plastic chairs from skip is. what is this country comming to.
  • Comment on The computer recycling problem by Mike at Pacebutler Recycling
    In the US, there's a non-profit group called FreeGeek that operates like the Brant Freenet organization you mentioned here. They also provide computers to needy individuals and groups in exchange for community service. I have heard about a company in Belgium called Umicore that performs electronic recycling quite efficiently - with less than half of 1% remaining waste that couldn't be returned to the manufacturing cycle. Thanks for this article.
  • Comment on Circuit board recycling a reality by M. Gurian
    Very interesting as a brief note. Will be interested in the details. The key to sucessful recycling is not only to dis-asemble the pieces but to treat them into recoverable and valuable individual streams in a reasonably economic process. Getting metals distinguished into adequately pure streams of useful individual metals or alloys will be a difficult problem. Looking forward to find the detailed work, if there is ever sufficient disclosure to judge details of the process and end stream analysis. Also the restriction or makeup of the starting circuit products may make considerable difference in the ease and universality of the process.
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  • So we are on way way out of The European Union

    The option to Vote has now driven us out of The Union.

    We now have to take the advantage and not carry on blaming ourselves or others.It was a shock the way it went BUT GET OVER IT.

    The European Union is an organisation that tries to represent Europe.
    It is now nervous that a country has dared to take control of themselves.

    It will not be easy to deal with them because they want us to fail.
    We will not fail and maybe others will split away.That is their biggest fear.

    Northern Ireland now needs to be used as a trade Area to negotiate with Europeans direct.Taking advantage of its doorstep location with Southern Ireland. The UK needs to lower corporation rates to be the same as Ireland.This will be an advantage for all business.

    We need to create a small coordinating and marketing organisation and use CBI and Group Trading organisations to promote Great Britain.The commonwealth needs to be a bigger part of our trade. Our main objective must be to trade globally.
    The social legislation and general laws need to be rewritten and but back into British Law. Maybe a 5 year project.There is going to be lots to sort. In the meantime we can still use Modified European Law and call it that.

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    Founded: November 1, 1993, Maastricht, Netherlands
    Headquarters: City of Brussels, Belgium
    Unemployment rate: 9.6% (Apr 2015) Eurostat
    Government debt: 87.4% of GDP (2013) Eurostat
    Largest city: London
    Founders: France, Belgium, Luxembourg, Italy, Netherlands, Germany

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  • Can you help us identify these potential witnesses?
    CCTV footage of three people we believe may have witnessed an incident in Shirehampton is being released in an effort to identify them. A 35-year-old man was taken to hospital after being attacked outside The George Inn pub in Hig
  • CCTV images released following Downend robbery
    We’re appealing for the public’s help in identifying a man in CCTV images we’re releasing following a robbery in South Gloucestershire. The incident happened at approximately 4.15pm yesterday (3/12) at First Choice travel agents o
  • CCTV footage released after man suffers broken jaw in Taunton assault
    We're releasing CCTV footage as part of an appeal for witnesses following an assault in Taunton which left a man with a broken jaw. The incident happened around 1.15am on Sunday, 30 October when many people were out celebrating Ha
  • Kingswood man convicted of child abuse offences
    A 67-year-old man has been convicted of abusing two boys at a primary school in South Gloucestershire. Brian Kelly, of Kingswood in South Gloucestershire, was found guilty of five non-recent offences of sexually assaulting a child
  • Jail terms in Bristol human trafficking and sexual exploitation inquiry
    Three people have been jailed for a combined total of more than 25 years for trafficking and controlling prostitution offences committed in Bristol. Jiri Mizer, 33, of no fixed address, and Viera Sulcova, 39, of Blenheim Road in G
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  • Two suspected bike thieves arrested in Bristol
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  • Alert over daytime burglaries - Soundwell
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  • Can you help our investigation after cars were set on fire in Camerton?
    We’re appealing for information after two cars were set on fire on the driveway of a house in The Daglands, Camerton. The fire was so close to the property the uPVC windows and door were damaged. It happened at about 3.30am on Thu
  • Burglar jailed and four suspects arrested in Bristol
    Four burglary suspects were arrested in Bristol yesterday (December 1) by officers working to track down offenders wanted in connection with incidents in the city. The same day Brian Barton, 35, from Great Wood Close in Hartcliffe
  • Wanted man Lee Cooper arrested
    Wanted Weston-super-Mare man Lee Cooper has been arrested. Cooper, 34, was arrested in Essex last night. We'd like to thank everyone who assisted with our earlier appeal.
  • Nominations wanted for your policing heroes
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  • Can you help us return this jewellery to its rightful owner?
    We’re asking for help to trace the rightful owner of this jewellery, which we believe may have been stolen. It was found around the end of October by a member of the public who was litter-picking along a bridleway off Church Lane,
  • Update: more details of jewellery stolen in burglary - Cheswick Village
    We now have more details of the property stolen in a burglary in Lawn Close, Cheswick Village, between 8.30am and 5.45pm on Monday 28 November. The thieves broke in while the householder was at work, with the time now narrowed dow
  • Man sentenced to six months in prison for carrying a knife
    A 30-year-old man from Horfield has been sentenced to six months in prison today (December 1) after being arrested in possession of a knife on Kensington Park, Easton, in August.  Mohamed Yacub from St Gregory’s Road was arrested
  • Can you help us find this man?
    Can you help us to identify the man pictured here? We would like to trace him as he may be able to help us with our enquiries into an assault in a taxi. The incident happened in the early hours of November 12 in a taxi between Par
  • Frosty Mornings Safety Advice
    Make sure you’ve properly cleared any ice and snow from your car before setting off, including from your car’s lights, mirrors, and roof. Snow from the roof could melt and fall on your windscreen, limiting your visibility and incr
  • Have you seen wanted man Simon Inker?
    We’re appealing for the public’s help in finding wanted man Simon Inker. The 42-year-old is wanted on recall to prison after his licence was revoked. He has a conviction for burglary. He’s described as white, 5ft 11ins, of medium
  • Annual Christmas drink and drug campaign launched
    We’re launching our annual Christmas drink and drug drive campaign today. Operation Tonic, which will run until 1 January 2017, will involve high visibility and covert patrols aimed at targeting drink and drug drivers. As part of
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