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Forest of Dean Google Alert 04-Aug-2012
Community bus service to open in Forest of Dean
This is Gloucestershire
A NEW community transport scheme is opening its doors to passengers in the Forest, filling the holes left by scaled back bus services. From Monday Forest Community Transport will begin running lower cost public transport to replace the number 705, 707,
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Why I hate living in the countryside
He waxes lyrical about the Forest of Dean, the Wye Valley and the Brecon Beacons. I can’t deny that country folk are friendly, the views of the hills are glorious, and I love the birdsong that wakes me each morning. Despite all this, I’m at the end of my tether.
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Gorillas and monkeys Go totally Ape!
This is Gloucestershire
Or that’s what I thought as I drove down to Mallards Pike, just outside Parkend in the Forest of Dean one bright morning. Sitting in the back were my 10-year-old son, Ollie, and his chum, Tom, 11, whom I was taking to Go Ape! to give it the once over. Both were
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Potteries’ industrial past revisited
This is Staffordshire
Wood is also visiting the Free Miners of the Forest of Dean, the flax mills of Northern Ireland, the Cornish tin mines, and the world’s first centre of copper production in South Wales. In Liverpool, meanwhile, the presenter shows how slavery underpinned British
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Dearden on course for West Region play-offs
He made a further impact in the Forest Classic at Forest of Dean and Forest Hills golf clubs where he shared second place with European Tour player David Dixon after shooting 66 and 68 for a seven-under-par total of 134. They finished one shot behind Jon
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A wilderness challenge for lifeguard Sam
This is Kent
The 24-year-old is heading to the Forest of Dean for three days and three nights and will learn how to fend for himself, survive in the wild and trek 20km a day. The Folkestone Road resident is hoping to complete the programme to earn himself a gold award.
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