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Triathlon fun for Women Only

Tri Ferris PromotionsTri Ferris PromotionsWomen ONLY Triathlon Weekend Saturday 2nd & Sunday 3rd June 2012 

Having a Tea Party or Big Lunch for the Queen's Jubilee, but nothing to do in the morning?
What better way to celebrate than with a triathlon specifically designed for Women!

Cotswolds MP up at the Crack of Dawn to Lend a Hand at Cirencester Delivery Office

Cotswolds MP Geoffrey Clifton-Brown, pictured below with House Administration Supervisor Aidan Burnett-Herd (Left) and Postman Tony Wood (Right), visited the Royal Mail’s Delivery Office in Cirencester early last Friday morning (17 December) to lend a hand in delivering some welcome Christmas post and to see Cirencester’s postmen and women to thank them for their hard work.

Cotswolds MP Attends Public Meeting to Discuss Future of Lechlade Library

Cotswolds MP Geoffrey Clifton-Brown attended a public meeting last Friday (10 December 2010) regarding the future of Lechlade Library, which could close as a result of budget cuts by Gloucestershire County Council. The meeting came as a result of a petition put together by the Lechlade Women’s Institute.

Cotswolds MP probes GWAS Ambulance Chief

Geoffrey Clifton-Brown MP met on Friday 26 November with David Whiting, Chief Executive of the Great Western Ambulance Service (GWAS), at the Cirencester Ambulance Station to discuss ambulance response times in the Cotswolds.

The Royal Agricultural College wins both awards at South West Regional Enterprise Awards

The Royal Agricultural College won both categories at the Universities South West Enterprise Awards (USWEA) in Plymouth on the 16th November.  The awards recognise and reward the best business plans for new enterprises proposed by students and alumni from the eight universities within Universities South West.  This is the second time in three years that the RAC has won both categories

Cotswolds MP meets with Post Office Officials

Cotswolds MP Geoffrey Clifton-Brown today met with Sue Huggins, Programme Director at Post Office Ltd, and Mark Wright, Network Change Development Manager for Post Office Ltd, to continue his campaign to restore postal services to Stratton and The Beeches.

Cotswolds MP’s Special Delivery to the House of Commons

Cotswolds MP Geoffrey Clifton-Brown put forward proposals today in Parliament for the re-establishment of postal services in Stratton and The Beeches that he believes could be applied nationally in order to help strengthen the Post Office Network.

Cotswolds MP Helps to Make a Difference at Barnardo’s

Cotswolds MP Geoffrey Clifton-Brown volunteered this weekend at the Barnardo’s shop in Cirencester as part of national Make a Difference Day.  

J P Donleavy - A Singular Man - an author and his images

From Tuesday 2nd – Saturday 27th November 2010

Home-Start Cotswold, a local family support charity, is looking for more volunteers

Home-Start  Cotswold, a local family support charity is looking for more volunteers.  Do you have experience of parenting?, care about others?, want to meet new people?, like spending time with children?, enjoy learning? Or have a few hours to spare each week?

If you have answered ‘yes’ to most of these questions, then why not become a Home-Start volunteer?

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