Michelle Fyrne

Michelle co-founded SoPublishing in 2007, returning to her home county of Gloucestershire after living in London and the Middle East. She has worked as a journalist on titles including The Guardian, The Evening Standard and Time Out Dubai during her 20-year media career, and gained a postgraduate diploma from City University’s prestigious Journalism School.

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New contender for Gloucestershire’s best fine dining restaurant discovered in Cheltenham

Exquisite presentation, extraordinarily good ingredients and obsessive attention to detail from the chef made for an almost...
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KIBOU Cheltenham launches new afternoon tea menu

A Japanese twist on high tea, KIBOU in Cheltenham has launched a reasonably-priced new afternoon tea menu – and there’s a...
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Little Amal's walk in Cheltenham

Little Amal, the iconic giant puppet who walked from Syria in support of refugees, walked through Cheltenham for the New Steps,...
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Cote Cheltenham unveils new summer menu

Including a new 30 day-aged ribeye sharing experience and espresso martini crêpes, Côte has just unveiled a new summer menu now...
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Barn on the Farm headliners announced

More headliners on the Barn on the Farm 2022 line-up have been revealed and it’s set to be a massive weekend for the return of the...
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The Festival Shop Window Competition 2022 winners revealed

To celebrate The Festival being held in front of crowds in 2022, Cheltenham Racecourse and SoGlos have teamed-up for The Festival...
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First look inside: YOKU at No. 131

Cheltenham’s newest Japanese restaurant, YOKU, has opened its doors, revealing lavish interiors befitting of the swish No. 131 and...
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New Japanese restaurant YOKU opening at Cheltenham’s No.131

YOKU, a brand-new 'Tokyo vogue' Japanese restaurant is opening at No.131 in Cheltenham – serving meticulously crafted sushi, sake,...
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City Campus in Gloucester officially granted planning permission

The University of Gloucestershire’s new City Campus in Gloucester, in the former Debenhams building, has been ‘unanimously...
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The Gloucestershire Bucket List

Handpicked by the team of journalists at SoGlos, The Gloucestershire Bucket List is the definitive collection of 100 ultimate...
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The Gloucestershire restaurants with Michelin Stars in 2022

The new Michelin Guide to Great Britain and Ireland 2022 has just been published. Discover which Gloucestershire restaurants and...
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The Festival Shop Window competition launches across Gloucestershire

With a £2,000 cash top prize up for grabs, Cheltenham Racecourse and SoGlos have teamed-up to bring back The Festival Shop Window...
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22 exciting things to look forward to in the Cotswolds in 2022

SoGlos has sought out 22 of the most exciting things to look forward to in the Cotswolds in 2022, from unmissable events to...
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Tim Hortons Gloucester reveals its opening date

Cult Canadian coffee and doughnut joint Tim Hortons is finally about to open in Gloucestershire – with the refurbishment of its...
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Three new retailers are coming to King's Walk

Three new names, including local independent businesses and an international coffee chain, will be joining the brand-new Primark...
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Gloucestershire receives £12.8million to improve walking and cycling routes

Sustainable and active travel in Gloucestershire will be improved with a £12.8million cash injection from the government’s...
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SGGLA 2021 awards night photos

See pictures from the 2021 SoGlos Gloucestershire Lifestyle Awards, held at the stunning Cheltenham Ladies' College, where the...
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Full Cheltenham Literature Festival 2021 line-up announced

See Olympic gold medallists, drag queens, comedians, podcasters, politicians, writers and more appear at Cheltenham Literature...
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New technical centre opens in Stonehouse for global manufacturer

International demand during the pandemic sees Gloucestershire manufacturer Sartorius Stedim Lab grow ‘enormously’, opening a new...
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Everyman Theatre reopens to full capacity audiences

Reopening to full capacity with The Play That Goes Wrong was thankfully not prophetic, as Cheltenham audiences relaxed into the...
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Tickets for new Cheltenham Racecourse season on sale now

The new 2021-22 season of racedays at Cheltenham Racecourse, including The Festival and Cheltenham Gold Cup 2022, are on sale now.
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Everything you can do in Gloucestershire from 17 May 2021

A key date in the easing of England’s Covid restrictions, Monday 17 May 2021 has finally arrived – and, as well as hugging, here’s...
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Cheltenham Jazz Festival reveals 2021 line-up

The Cheltenham Jazz Festival 2021 line-up has been announced – with some big names to tune into during the free, two-day digital...
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BBC’s Countryfile is coming to Gloucestershire

Ellie Harrison is bringing Countryfile back to her home county of Gloucestershire in March 2021, with a spring episode of the BBC...
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The Everyman Theatre is reopening this summer with three big shows

After more than a year of closure, the Everyman Theatre in Cheltenham has unveiled that it will be reopening to full capacity...
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Stunning Forest of Dean treehouse features on new Channel 4 travel show

The Hudnalls Hideout, a luxurious treehouse in the Forest of Dean, is one of the impressive staycation properties featuring in...
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SoGlos is Gloucestershire's fastest growing LinkedIn business news channel

As it seeks to dominate business news in Gloucestershire, its first quarter figures for stories and videos on social media channel...
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WellChild sponsors Cheltenham Gold Cup 2021

Cheltenham-headquartered charity WellChild has been named as new partner of The Festival at Cheltenham Racecourse – including...
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Gloucestershire Vintage & Country Extravaganza show 2021 is cancelled

The popular Gloucestershire Vintage & Country Extravaganza at South Cerney Airfield, which attracts more than 20,000 visitors, has...
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Cheltenham Jazz Festival will be a digital-only event in 2021

Cheltenham’s much-loved Jazz Festival will be a digital-only celebration in May 2021. And, as well as live jazz being planned for...