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Accidental volunteer Steve Hemmings has been awarded the British Empire Medal in the 2020 New Year's Honours.
Steve, who gained his recognition for "Services to Box and Minchinhampton" said he originally "just drifted in" to helping out the community at Box where he has now lived for the past 43 years.
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Posted: Tue, 31 Dec 2019 07:43 by Ms Jo Barber
Graziers recorded three cattle killed by motorists on the commons during the 2019 season. The fate of a fourth animal is still in the balance as it has not recovered from a collision as well as had been hoped.
The farmers have further agreed that while speed is an issue, a problem is that motorists fail to give the animals enough room when passing them.
The cows are all now off the common, with a few and the horses being grazed behind fences.
Posted: Tue, 03 Dec 2019 10:53 by Ms Jo Barber