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Gloucestershire floodlight plans rejected

Feb 5, 2015: Gloucestershire's hopes of hosting games at the 2019 World Cup have taken a hit after Bristol council declined to approve their application for floodlight planning permission

ESPNcricinfo staff

County news

Gloucestershire submit floodlight plans

Oct 30, 2014: Gloucestershire have applied to Bristol council for planning permission to erect floodlights at the county ground

ESPNcricinfo staff

County previews

Gloucestershire turn to Klinger

Mar 29, 2013:

George Dobell

County news

Richardson to step down at Gloucestershire

Jan 25, 2013: Gloucestershire's chief executive Tom Richardson, the driving force behind the development of their Bristol headquarters, will leave the club at the beginning of September

David Hopps

County news

Bristol development finally approved

May 30, 2012: Gloucestershire's future in Bristol has been secured after planning permission for the development of Nevil Road was granted on appeal

Alex Winter

County news

Gloucs offer Bristol one last chance

Mar 7, 2012: Gloucestershire have drawn up revised development plans for their long-time headquarters at Nevil Road and their chief executive Tom Richardson has warned that they will leave Bristol if they are turned down.

Alex Winter

County news

Gloucs appeal against Bristol planning refusal

Feb 22, 2012: Gloucestershire have appealed against the decision to reject planning permission to develop their Bristol home.

Alex Winter

County cricket

Gloucestershire's future in doubt

Jan 11, 2012: Gloucestershire have suffered a huge blow after the city council rejected plans to develop their homeground of Nevil Road in Bristol.

ESPNcricinfo staff

County news

Record profit for Somerset

Nov 25, 2011: Somerset have announced the highest profit in their history of £408,000

ESPNcricinfo staff

County news

Gloucestershire unveil ambitious redevelopment plans

Jul 27, 2009: Gloucestershire have unveiled an ambitious £10 million overhaul of the County Ground at Bristol, with seating for 20,000 spectators, as they attempt to secure their status as an international ground

ESPNcricinfo staff

England v India, 2nd ODI, Bristol

India battle flu ahead of second ODI

Aug 23, 2007: India have a few factors to consider while picking their XI - the pitch, which the curator feels is "a 300 wicket" and the size of the ground, which is conspicuously small

The Preview by Siddhartha Vaidyanathan at Bristol

England v Australia, NatWest Series, Bristol

Bristol enjoys its day in the sun

Jun 19, 2005: Bristol hosts a colourful occasion despite being a colourless ground

Roving Reporter by Edward Craig at Bristol

County news - Gloucestershire

Gloucestershire buy Bristol ground back

Sep 28, 2004: Gloucestershire have bought their ground at Nevil Road in Bristol back from Royal & Sun Alliance, the landlords, who originally purchased it in 1976

Wisden Cricinfo staff

County news

Bowler shot with airgun during match

Aug 31, 2001: Gloucestershire seamer Alistair Bressington was shot with an airgun during a second team match at the County Ground in Bristol on Wednesday

Sean Beynon

Sanderson Recruitment to sponsor floodlit match

Jul 16, 2001: Gloucestershire County Cricket Club are pleased to announce that Sanderson Recruitment plc are the Sponsors of the Gloucestershire Gladiators v Somerset Sabres Floodlit Match on Tuesday 17th July

Media Release

Durham end Gloucestershire's glorious run

Jul 11, 2001: One-day kings Gloucestershire were beaten at the knockout stage of a cup competition for the first time in three years as Durham defeated them by three runs in a thrilling finish to the fourth-round tie at Bristol

Mark Easterbrook

Ponting century sets up last-over Australian win in Bristol

Jun 10, 2001: One-day cricket may be a different ball game but today's Australia v England contest was bound to give the two teams a fair idea of what to expect in the Ashes Series

Rafi Nasim

Australia take lead in NatWest Series with last-over win over England

Jun 10, 2001: Captain Steve Waugh and Ian Harvey kept their cool to guide Australia to a five-wicket success over England in an exciting NatWest Series match at Bristol

Mark Easterbrook
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