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“Here we are, then. The end of an era, and the start of a new one.” Candia McKormack’s first editor’s letter

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Ad Feature What to expect from your divorce

Wednesday, December 23, 2020

Many people don’t realise the full financial responsibility a marriage brings, so when the relationship breaks down, they don’t necessarily have a full understanding of their rights

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Editor’s comment: January 2021

Tuesday, December 22, 2020

‘After 15 wonderful years in the company tweeds, it’s time to let someone else have a go at driving the rattling train’

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Christmas at home with Bishop Rachel

Friday, December 18, 2020

So where does a Bishop do her shopping and what will she have for Christmas dinner? The Right Revd Rachel Treweek tells all to Katie Jarvis

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The residents at Watermoor House care home enjoyed ice creams in the sun during summer, filming TikTok dances with staff, and now they’re decking the halls for Christmas, all without one Covid case to date.

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If you or your partner are filing for divorce, it’s important you understand your legal rights.

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Dr Simon Gillson, Medical Director at Concierge Medical, strongly urges anyone with a medical concern to ‘book in with your doctor before things get out of hand.’

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‘Preparations for the big delivery had been fraught to say the least. With most of the elves furloughed, the burden of sourcing sufficient toys had fallen on the big man himself.’

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Stroud writer Kate Young’s debut cookbook The Little Library Year was published to great acclaim last year, and now she’s back with her follow-up, The Little Library Christmas, a collection of 50 festive recipes

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Stroud writer Kate Young’s debut cookbook The Little Library Year was published to great acclaim last year, and now she’s back with her follow-up, The Little Library Christmas, a collection of 50 festive recipes

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Stroud writer Kate Young’s debut cookbook The Little Library Year was published to great acclaim last year, and now she’s back with her follow-up, The Little Library Christmas, a collection of 50 festive recipes

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Winchcombe’s wish for 2021

Saturday, November 21, 2020

The home of sparkling wine is looking forward to popping a bottle or two to celebrate a happier New Year in 2021. Words by Tracy Spiers

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Despite the obvious challenges it presents, artist Anita Saunders found lockdown brought her closer to the Cotswold wildlife she loves so dearly

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Over the last eight months or so, rainbows have been a symbol of hope and solidarity. And now, in the spirit of Christmas goodwill, Bisley artist Alison Merry has captured the zeitgeist in her distinctive illuminated artworks

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Witchcraft in the Cotswolds

Saturday, November 21, 2020

From cases of ailing pigs and cows refusing to milk, to self-operating scythes and shape-shifting women, tales of witchcraft abound in the Cotswolds. Words by Julia Phillips

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History and landscape have inspired the design of a sloping Cotswold garden. Words and pictures by Mandy Bradshaw

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Celebrating our 2020 winners of the BID Awards 2020, the shining stars of a difficult year

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Cath Kidston has opened up almost every nook and cranny of her Cotswold idyll in a new book, A Place Called Home. Katie Jarvis spoke to Cath

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These might be peaceful hills and vales, but our contribution to the war effort was considerable

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Welcome to our annual Nostalgia issue – a wonderful world of white dog poo, Spangles and the pop van

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