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Cotswold Style Magazine Cotswold Style June 2016 Back Issue

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Cotswold Style brings you some fascinating characters this month. First we meet our Real Life, Jennifer Simms who is a Ward Sister at Cheltenham General Hospital. Nigel Aplin has been ascertaining
the vocational world of nursing and the fantastic contribution these ‘angels’ give to society. Stef Calleja-Gera has discovered the charitable input made by one of Gloucestershire’s most prominent aristocrats, The Countess Bathurst who resides at Cirencester Park. Lady Bathurst was recently appointed as The High Sheriff for Gloucestershire and is already extremely busy with her commitments in the county, including reaching out to adults who are illiterate. June is going to be the most important political months most of us will ever witness. The gauntlet will finally be laid when we go to the polls to vote on the status quo of Britain remaining or leaving the European Union. The county’s MPs are split with their decision and give their reasons why in this month’s Westminster In The Cotswolds column.
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Cotswold Style June 2016 Cotswold Style brings you some fascinating characters this month. First we meet our Real Life, Jennifer Simms who is a Ward Sister at Cheltenham General Hospital. Nigel Aplin has been ascertaining the vocational world of nursing and the fantastic contribution these ‘angels’ give to society. Stef Calleja-Gera has discovered the charitable input made by one of Gloucestershire’s most prominent aristocrats, The Countess Bathurst who resides at Cirencester Park. Lady Bathurst was recently appointed as The High Sheriff for Gloucestershire and is already extremely busy with her commitments in the county, including reaching out to adults who are illiterate. June is going to be the most important political months most of us will ever witness. The gauntlet will finally be laid when we go to the polls to vote on the status quo of Britain remaining or leaving the European Union. The county’s MPs are split with their decision and give their reasons why in this month’s Westminster In The Cotswolds column.


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Cotswold Style brings you some fascinating characters this month. First we meet our Real Life, Jennifer Simms who is a Ward Sister at Cheltenham General Hospital. Nigel Aplin has been ascertaining
the vocational world of nursing and the fantastic contribution these ‘angels’ give to society. Stef Calleja-Gera has discovered the charitable input made by one of Gloucestershire’s most prominent aristocrats, The Countess Bathurst who resides at Cirencester Park. Lady Bathurst was recently appointed as The High Sheriff for Gloucestershire and is already extremely busy with her commitments in the county, including reaching out to adults who are illiterate. June is going to be the most important political months most of us will ever witness. The gauntlet will finally be laid when we go to the polls to vote on the status quo of Britain remaining or leaving the European Union. The county’s MPs are split with their decision and give their reasons why in this month’s Westminster In The Cotswolds column.
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