The latest stories from the Gloucestershire section of the BBC News web site.
Updated: 1 hour 58 min ago
Team news as Gloucester host Saracens in Aviva's Premiership fixture at Kingsholm (15:15 GMT).
Parts of the River Severn in Gloucestershire burst their banks after a combination of high tides and the Severn Bore.
Forest Green Rovers sign striker Lee Hughes on an 18-month contract from League One side Port Vale.
A cricket field, once owned by author Laurie Lee, is bought by the Gloucestershire club which uses it.
Preview followed by live coverage of Saturday's League Two game between Cheltenham Town and Chesterfield.
Three "large" bores predicted over 24 hours
Severn bursts its banks at Minsterworth
Forest Green sign defender Jerome Binnom-Williams on a month's loan from Premier League side Crystal Palace.
The site of a 15th Century battle during the Wars of the Roses is put up for sale to the dismay of campaigners.
People who live near the River Severn in Gloucestershire are being urged to prepare for possible tidal surges.
Trains between Gloucester and Swindon are disrupted after a landslip near Stonehouse blocks the lines.
Gloucester quintet Darren Dawidiuk, Shaun Knight, Charlie Sharples, James Simpson-Daniel and Elliott Stooke sign new deals.
A British fundraiser who was attacked and robbed while he was in Canada for a charity running challenge gets his belongings back.