Rebecca Overton-Applebee, 43, of Vicarage Street, Painswick pleaded guilty to driving whilst disqualified and without insurance at Cheltenham Magistrates' Court on September 12.

She was filmed on March by a neighbour moving her car just ten metres into a parking space near her home.

The defendant is disqualified from driving until October 2021 following an excess alcohol conviction.

Magistrates decided to endorse her licence with six penalty points, fine her £200 and order her to pay prosecution costs of £85.

Nicholas Haynes, 32, of Newark Road, Gloucester, pleaded not guilty to counts of causing death by dangerous driving and failing to stop, at Swindon Magistrates' Court on September 18.

Two people died following a crash on the A429 at Corston, near Malmesbury on September 16.

Haynes was bailed by magistrates with conditions not to drive and to live and sleep at his home address. He is due to appear before Swindon Crown Court for a plea and trial preparation hearing on October 18.

He also pleaded guilty to careless driving but denied failing to stop after a separate road accident in May. He will be tried on the failing to stop charge at Swindon Magistrates’ Court on December 16.

Mark Western, 22, of Maidencroft Cottages, Kempsford, pleaded guilty at Cheltenham Magistrates Court to failing to provide a specimen of breath for analysis.

He crashed into a neighbour’s car after drinking with friends, left the scene and then was later found by police hiding in the garden of his home.

A roadside breath test showed him to be over the limit, but he failed to give a breath test at the police station.

Magistrates imposed a six-week curfew, banned Western from driving for 17 months and ordered him to pay £85 prosecution costs.