64 Deer Park School pictures from the archive

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Wynstones Steiner School legal row dropped by parents

Image copyright Google Image caption The school closed in January due to the damning Ofsted report Parents of pupils at a Steiner school have dropped a legal challenge against Ofsted after a damning report led to its closure. Wynstones School, near Gloucester, shut in January after inspectors said pupils were “at risk of serious harm”. In a Facebook post, the parents said their legal team had advised them their case would “be very hard to fight”. Ofsted said it co-operated …

Appeal to locate 24-year-old in connection with assault offences in Stroud

POLICE want to speak to 24-year-old Liam Wells in connection with an incident in Stroud last month. It is thought Wells lives in Stroud and also has links to Stonehouse and surrounding areas. He is described as a white man, is 5ft 8ins tall, of a medium build, with short light brown hair and a light brown short beard. Officers want to speak to him in connection with offences of assault, possession of an offensive weapon and taking a vehicle …

27 dramatic pictures of demolition work at Stroud’s new Lidl site

DEMOLITION work is underway on the former Stroud Metal Company site in Dudbridge, ahead of a new Lidl superstore being built there. Work at the Avocet Industrial Estate will also include flood mitigation measures and is expected to last a couple of months. Lidl bosses are hoping to start the store build in early 2021. A Lidl spokesman said: “We hope to start construction in the new year once the land owner has completed their enabling works.” The German discount …

Cirencester company creates phone app to help hospitality industry reopen

A British company renowned for their digital management systems for airports and transport hubs all over the world have turned their talent to aiding the punter get his first pint after lockdown. Phonetica, based in Cirencester, have developed a specialised technology which they have called Tradesafe, a plug-and-play pub and restaurant system and app that automatically downloads and stores patron information on arrival directly from their mobile phones. It also counts customers on entrance and exit and manages overall numbers …


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