Director, Richard Powell took part in a bike ride of a different kind today.  The charity event titled ‘The Mag 7 Ride Again’ will see 7 cyclists ride from Gloucester to Truro whilst transporting a rugby ball.  The team attracted a lot of attention on their journey through town as all 7 cyclists are on 1 bike!   The event is raising funds for Children’s...
Have you ever wondered what our homes in the future will look like?  To celebrate their 15 th  birthday, Rightmove have teamed up with PC Pro, Pocket-Lint and Future Timeline to look at how homes could evolve over the next 15 years.
When looking to move home you may feel overwhelmed with all of the information and legal jargon you need to understand.  The Stamp Duty guidelines have changed dramatically over the last year following the Chancellor’s Autumn Statement in December 2014.    To make the system clear we have laid out the facts for you…
Stonehouse held its annual Celebration Day on Saturday 5 th  September.  With an office in the heart of the town we are always keen to get involved in the event.   The Celebration Day runs through the centre of the town where there is entertainment, stalls and activities to keep the whole family entertained.
On Saturday 5 th  September, the City of Gloucester came alive.  The gate streets were filled with young and old keen to enjoy the celebrations of ‘Gloucester Day’.   ‘The day was first held in the modern era on 5 September 2009 but originally dates from the lifting of the Siege of Gloucester in 1643, during which the city held out against Royalist forces...
What better excuse do you need to sample a new beer than to support one of the most popular events to hit Gloucester in years!  Scrumpty have teamed up with Butcombe Brewery to launch a beer dedicated to the event, aptly named ‘Scrumpty Gold’.  
Situated in the heart of the city alongside the Gloucester and Sharpness Canal, Gloucester Docks is the most inland port in Britain.  Gloucester Docks was once a bustling ship yard and thriving trade entrance which was described as ‘extraordinary’ by Charles Dickens.
You may have heard that our poor Scrumpty ‘The Tailor’ lost an ear during the first weekend of the Scrumpty Trail.      Fortunately it didn't take all the kings horses and all the kings men to put scrumpty back together again just a very good artist!  Thanks to the talented artist at Scrumpty HQ, The Tailor now looks as good as new. 

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