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A Bright Future and an Odd Pub Name

As we approach the end of 2014 the future is looking bright for Gloucester. At long last things seem to be moving on the King’s Quarter Development with the City Council and Stanhope having finally acquired the land needed from … Continue reading

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A City Divided

I am a bit behind with my blogging at the moment, so please forgive me commenting on old news, but a story in the Citizen from Tuesday 5 November caught my eye. The story talks about creating a ‘restaurant quarter’ … Continue reading

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Gloucester Quays or Anywhere

In last week’s Citizen there was an article about the latest new eatery to announce its arrival at Gloucester Quays: The Real China, a “popular Chinese buffet restaurant”. It’s brilliant news that restaurants continue to flock to the Quays. The … Continue reading

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We Need to Stop Squabbling!

Last week I wrote one of my occasional articles for the Citizen, which appeared in the paper yesterday: you can read it here. The Citizen is pretty good: they publish the articles pretty much as I write them with minimum … Continue reading

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No News is not Good News

The Gloucester Citizen seems to have a remarkable ability of taking a little speculation, stirring in a big dollop of wishful thinking and conjuring up a ‘news’ story with precious little in the way of facts to back it up.  … Continue reading

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