Mar 3, 2024

RGNs Needed in Gloucestershire!

Gloucestershire RGN Jobs: Novello Healthcare needs RGNs in Gloucestershire, South West England – details below! 💥

📍 Gloucester, Gloucestershire, South West England
💼 PAYE & Umbrella
🚀 Escalated rates for members who add their own shifts (umbrella only) – so join our members who self-book private hospital shifts and access higher rates!

💰 Umbrella
£27.36 Weekday
£29.61 Weeknight / Saturday
£32.14 Sunday / Bank Holiday

£26.44 Weekday
£28.41 Weeknight / Saturday
£30.39 Sunday / Bank Holiday

I’m interested! 🚀
To book or for more info, call 0333 307 8897 

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Call the number above and we’ll get your profile sorted!

Join the UK’s Leading Nursing Agency

Novello Healthcare has high-paying RGN jobs in Gloucestershire – join us today!

Our registration process is super quick and pain-free, so you can register in under 60 seconds and get compliant in as little as 24 hours!

We add new hospitals every week so even if we don’t have what you need right now, we’ll let you know when we do in our regular newsletters.

View our map below to see details of our hospitals across Kent or read more about us here.

Find out about our current rates across South West England and wider UK by calling our friendly team on 0333 307 8897

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      10 Things to do in Gloucestershire

      Gloucestershire offers a variety of activities and attractions – here are 10 things to do:

      1. Explore the Cotswolds
        Gloucestershire is part of the picturesque Cotswolds region, known for its charming villages, rolling hills, and historic architecture. Stroll through places like Bourton-on-the-Water, Bibury, and Chipping Campden.
      2. Gloucester Cathedral
        Visit the stunning Gloucester Cathedral, a masterpiece of medieval architecture. It has impressive stained glass windows and is famous for being used as a filming location in the Harry Potter series.
      3. Slimbridge Wetland Centre
        This is a wetland reserve managed by the Wildfowl and Wetlands Trust. It’s a great place for birdwatching, with a variety of waterfowl and waders. There are also interactive exhibits and activities for all ages.
      4. Cotswold Wildlife Park and Gardens
        Located in Burford, this wildlife park features a diverse collection of animals, including lemurs, rhinos, and penguins. The beautiful gardens add to the overall experience.
      5. Cheltenham Spa
        Visit Cheltenham for its Regency architecture, shopping, and the famous Cheltenham Racecourse. The town is also known for its festivals, including the Cheltenham Literature Festival.
      6. Sudeley Castle
        Explore the historic Sudeley Castle near Winchcombe. The castle has beautiful gardens, an impressive collection of artwork, and a rich history dating back to the 10th century.
      7. Forest of Dean
        Enjoy outdoor activities in the Forest of Dean, such as hiking, cycling, and exploring the ancient woodlands. Puzzlewood, a unique and enchanting forest, is a popular destination.
      8. Tewkesbury Abbey
        Visit Tewkesbury Abbey, a remarkable example of Norman architecture. The abbey hosts various events and concerts throughout the year.
      9. Gloucestershire Warwickshire Steam Railway
        Take a nostalgic steam train journey through the scenic Cotswolds countryside. The railway operates between Cheltenham Racecourse and Broadway, offering a charming experience.
      10. Berkeley Castle
        Explore Berkeley Castle, a historic fortress with well-preserved medieval architecture. The castle has connections to important moments in English history, including the trial and execution of King Edward II.

      Remember to check for any specific events or seasonal activities happening during your visit, as Gloucestershire often hosts festivals, markets, and cultural events throughout the year.

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