In September, the 2015 Rugby World Cup kicks off and Gloucester is proud to be one of the host cities!

Kingsholm, the base for Gloucester’s own team, affectionately nicknamed the Cherry and Whites, is more than ready for the influx of fans. The stadium has a capacity of 16,500 and has a glorious history of international rugby.


After all the cookery, auction and entertainment reality shows, it was probably only a matter of time before it happened – ITV has produced a new television show where the contestants have to guess the values of various houses and their contents.


The election of a new majority Conservative government is expected to be swiftly followed by substantial rises in house prices as investor confidence returns to the housing market.


If you are considering selling or letting a property later this year, you might be thinking about making some improvements to it. A recent Home Improvement Report carried out on behalf of Barclays highlighted some of the UK’s likes and dislikes in the field of home improvement in recent years.


Although Gloucester is acknowledged as one of the top ten historic cities in England and is the county town of Gloucestershire, post code snobbery often tempts potential buyers to Cheltenham instead. Yet Gloucester has much to offer by way of bargains available in fantastic residential locations.