The Traffic SEO Gloucestershire Bristol News - How can you limit the impact of the annual rail fare increase?
THERE is more misery for train passengers this morning as it was announced that fares would rise for commuters by an average of 2.7 per cent from today, Thursday. But if you’re feeling the pinch already in 2020, here’s some of the best ways to reduce the cost of train travel: When should you travel? Train companies sell cheaper off-peak tickets which can be used on quieter services. When should you buy a ticket for a one-off journey? If you
forest green rovers coach barker dies at 39 - How can you limit the impact of the annual rail fare increase?
Chris Barker (right) challenges Arsenal’s Robin Van PersieFormer Cardiff City defender Chris Barker has died at the age of 39. The Sheffield-born player helped the club to promotion from the third tier of English football in 2003. Barker, whose other clubs included Stoke City, Barnsley and Queens Park Rangers, made 162 appearances for the Bluebirds. Cardiff City confirmed his death via social media on Thursday adding “details of a Club tribute to Chris will follow in the coming days”. South
person dies in m5 motorway crash near gloucester - How can you limit the impact of the annual rail fare increase?
Image caption The crash happened between junctions 12 and 11A A person has been killed on the M5 near Gloucester. Two cars crashed on the northbound carriageway between junctions 12 and 11A at about 08:10 GMT, Gloucestershire Police said. The air ambulance attended but one person was declared dead a short time later, the force said. The other driver was taken to hospital with non-serious injuries. The northbound carriageway is closed and diversions are in place. The southbound road was
The Traffic SEO Gloucestershire Bristol News - How can you limit the impact of the annual rail fare increase?
One person has sadly died following a serious collision on the M5. Two cars were involved in the crash between junction 12 (Quedgeley / Hardwicke) and junction 11A (Gloucester / Cirencester) northbound at around 8.10am this morning. An air ambulance attended the scene, but sadly one person was declared dead a short time later. Officers are currently making contact with their next of kin so further details cannot be released at this time. The driver of the other vehicle suffered non-serious injuries
The Traffic SEO Gloucestershire Bristol News - How can you limit the impact of the annual rail fare increase?
The M5 has now fully reopened following this morning’s fatal crash. Two cars were involved in the crash between junction 12 (Quedgeley / Hardwicke) and junction 11A (Gloucester / Cirencester) northbound at around 8.10am this morning. An air ambulance attended the scene, but a woman from Gloucester was declared dead a short time later. Her next of kin have been informed. The driver of the other vehicle suffered non-serious injuries. All lanes, including the entry slip road at junction 12, are now open but
tap water in stokes croft turned brown as residents wondered if it was contaminated after burst main - How can you limit the impact of the annual rail fare increase?
People living in Stokes Croft woke up to ‘murky orange’ water this morning following a burst pipe. Residents living in the area complained their supply looked ‘contaminated’ as the water ran out of their taps an unhealthy looking brown colour. Others complained the pressure was also affected and taps were making ‘strange noises’ when they were turned on. Read More Related Articles Emergency repairs took place on the A38 Cheltenham Road in Stokes Croft following a burst water main yesterday
eastington villagers build homes to protect communitys future - How can you limit the impact of the annual rail fare increase?
Image caption The development has so far cost £4m A group of villagers who successfully fought off plans from commercial developers have begun building their own affordable housing. Work has started on 23 one and two-bedroom homes in Eastington, near Stroud in Gloucestershire. Local volunteers formed a Community Land Trust (CLT) and fought off five attempts by developers to build on the land, which they have now bought. They have gained government new housing funding for the project. The CLT