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The funeral of Nell Gifford, the co-founder of one of the UK's best-known traditional travelling circuses, is set to be held later today at Gloucester Cathedral.
Nell Gifford, who had breast cancer, died on 9 December, surrounded by friends and family.
Ms Gifford, a mother of two, told the BBC when she was undergoing chemotherapy last month that the circus gave her "a reason to live".
She had fought breast cancer on three separate occasions before the disease advanced to her bones and lymph nodes.
A pub that was shut for almost two months due to flooding, that only reopened last week, has been cut off due to a flooded road.
The Yew Tree Inn at Chaceley near Gloucester was closed at the end of October after floodwater from the neighbouring River Seven got inside.
It reopened last Tuesday but now the only access road has flooded meaning customers cannot reach it. Landlord Peter Bartlett said he had lost "thousands of pounds" in income.
Mr Bartlett said the water had spilled over the banks of the river, and was two feet (60 cm) deep on the road.
He said the Environment Agency was slow to react to him reporting a flood gate that had become stuck last week, although "nothing could have stopped the water coming over the banks".
"It makes it very difficult financially, with all the Christmas parties we've had to cancel."
He added he would also "probably have to cancel" 80 people who had booked to have their Christmas dinner at the pub of Christmas Day.
The pub's Facebook page stated the flood in November was the 32nd time water had got inside the pub in the past 13 years.
The BBC has asked for a comment from the Environment Agency.
Local Democracy Reporting Service
Council tax is set to rise in Gloucestershire by 3.99 per cent, according to new plans being drawn up by the county council.
The authority wants to increase the bill residents pay to raise an extra £12.6million for services such as adult social care.
In total these changes will result in an increase of under £1 per week for the average Band D taxpayer. More than £70m for schools and children and family services, including £20m towards a £30m new secondary school in Cheltenham, £6.5m for a new special school in Brockworth and £3.2m towards the expansion of The Cotswold School.
The draft budget for next year shows the county council’s money pot will be increased by £31m, totalling £468m.
An initial £1m will be spent to help tackle climate change, and an additional £12.9m will go towards protecting the county’s vulnerable children.
The county council will also make £9.58m in cuts, including reducing the cost of the adult single programme which supports the strategic direction of keeping people safe and independence, ideally within their own home.
Council leader Mark Hawthorne said the council tax rates will still be “one of the lowest levels in any county”.
The authority’s cabinet is expected to approve the budget this Friday and full council will vote to give final approval in early 2020.
The Lib Dem candidate for Cheltenham has revealed he received a death threat ahead of the general election.
Max Wilkinson said he also received "threats of violence" and "consistent abuse on social media".
He said he felt "threatened" but was "thick skinned" and he did not like to let such incidents affect him.
"I was more concerned about the impact it might have on other people in the campaign, and my partner who was very shaken up," he said.
The Labour candidate for Gloucester, Fran Boait, said one of her canvassers was threatened with being shot, and the Green candidate for Stroud, Molly Scott-Cato, said she had also received abuse.
In relation to the death threat on Mr Wilkinson Gloucestershire Police said a man in his 20s was arrested "on suspicion of sending a communication which conveys a threatening message" and he received a caution.
The force said it received a total of six reports of incidents in the county involving election candidates "and these involved abuse and harassment of candidates or their canvassers".
Mr Wilkinson lost out to Conservative Alex Chalk by 981 votes.