Former Kent and England wicketkeeper Geraint Jones signs a two-year contract with Gloucestershire.
Gloucestershire sign New Zealand-based all-rounder Kieran Noema-Barnett on a three-year contract.
Gloucestershire sign former Middlesex seamer Tom Hampton on a two-year contract.
Liam Norwell and brothers Jack and Matt Taylor sign new contracts with Gloucestershire until the end of the 2017 season.
The departure of Alex and Will Gidman from Gloucestershire should be a "warning" for the club, says boss John Bracewell.
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Gloucestershire end the Division Two season by wrapping up a comfortable 244-run win over Kent at Canterbury.
Alex Gidman scores a century in his final appearance for Gloucestershire, who are closing in on victory against Kent.
Will Tavare hits a century as Gloucestershire hit back against Kent on the second day at Canterbury.
Gloucestershire's decision to bat first backfires as wickets tumble on day one against Kent at Canterbury.
Gloucestershire confirm Ireland seamer Graeme McCarter will not be offered a new contract for next season.
Will Gidman hits an unbeaten 104 as Gloucestershire bat out a draw against Leicestershire at Bristol.
Niall O'Brien smashes 119 as Leicestershire reply to Gloucestershire's huge first-innings total of 646 all out.
Worcestershire sign 33-year-old former Gloucestershire skipper Alex Gidman on a two-year contract.
Atif Sheikh lifts Leicestershire spirits against Gloucestershire with a hat-trick in only his third first-class match.
Alex Gidman and Gareth Roderick share a record third-wicket stand for Gloucestershire of 392 against Leicestershire.
Australian opener Michael Klinger agrees to return to Gloucestershire from May 2015 for a third season at the club.
Kent complete the semi-final line-up of the One-Day Cup by beating Gloucestershire by 24 runs.
Seamer David Payne signs a new three-year contract to extend his stay with Gloucestershire until the end of 2017.
After a four-year make-over, Gloucestershire welcome international cricket back to Bristol on Monday when they host England against India.