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From Wednesday 18th October Cotswold District Council’s telephone lines will be open from 9 am to 2 pm, Monday to Friday with more resources going into answering calls at lunchtime and improving online services.
Cotswold District Council will be requesting that local rail bosses respond to concerns from councillors, on behalf of local residents, with regards to the closure of ticket offices across the country.
Cotswold District Council is inviting ideas to boost the district’s economy with over £1.7m funding available to local businesses and communities
Cotswold District Council has welcomed the news that the Cotswold National Landscape Board has dropped plans to designate the Cotswolds as a National Park, a move that could have had a detrimental impact on the District Council’s planning powers and caused housing prices to skyrocket.
This summer was the third year running of the Holiday Activity and Food Programme, providing 2439 children with free activities and 1773 free meals across the district.
A rare and important find has been unearthed in the Cotswold District. Two Roman cavalry swords along with remnants of their wooden scabbards and fitments were discovered by Glenn Manning during a metal detectorist rally in the north of the Cotswolds. There was also a broken copper alloy bowl discovered with the weaponry.
Cotswold District Council is supporting an innovative rural ‘Climathon’ to give residents, community groups, farmers, landowners and local businesses the chance to co-create ideas for how food and farming can help to tackle the climate emergency.
Residents of Cotswold District Council are being invited to take part in a photo competition to help the council refresh the photographs within the public areas of the council buildings, website and other areas to show the district in its best light.
Cotswold District Council has teamed up with MakeMyHouseGreen (MMHG) in a national first for a local authority, to help Cotswold residents make the move to install solar panels on their homes.
Residents in Cotswolds have a unique opportunity to move their bodies with Mr Motivator himself, as part of Cotswold District Council’s Active Cotswold programme, bringing a live exercise and movement event to Cirencester on Sunday 1 October.
Down Ampney Parish Council has submitted a Neighbourhood Development Plan to Cotswold District Council that will shape future development in the village.
Cotswold District Council is inviting residents and community groups to come forward with ideas no matter how BIG or small to improve their local area.