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Cotswold District Council statement - Closure of Bourton-on-the-Water coach car park

The Council has been advised by Bourton Vale Parking Limited that the privately owned coach car park in Bourton-on-the-Water is due to close to coaches from December 2022 .

Double Win for Corinium Museum at Cirencester Chamber of Commerce Business & Community Awards

Double Win for Corinium Museum at Cirencester Chamber of Commerce Business & Community Awards

The Corinium Museum has been awarded Best Small Business, Best Team and Runner-Up for Environmental Project of the Year in the Cirencester Chamber of Commerce Community and Business Awards.

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Consistency and continuity promised for victims of anti-social behaviour

Cotswold District Council, alongside Gloucestershire Health & Care Foundation Trust, Bromford Housing, Young Gloucestershire and Green Square Accord, have come together in support for Safer Gloucestershire’s new anti-social behaviour pledge. 

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Fly tip prosecution success for Cotswold District Council

Cotswold District Council has been successful in prosecuting an individual for fly tipping along a bridleway near the B4450 road that leads from Stow-on-the-Wold to Bledington. The tip contained black bin bags, soft furnishings, a sofa, cardboard packaging from children’s toys, items of clothing and a green waste bin. 

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Innovative Crowdfund Cotswold project wins national award for best practice in working with communities

Cotswold District Council’s ‘Crowdfund Cotswold’ project has won the Community Involvement award at this year's Local Government Chronicle Awards. The project won the national award this week (Wednesday 20 July), recognising it as one of the best community projects in the country.

Cllr Layton with the transport consultation poster

Have your say about transport around the Cotswold Water Park

Cotswold District Council are asking residents, visitors and employees using the Cotswold Water Park for their views on travel around the area to inform a new ‘travel plan’ to improve how people navigate around the area.

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The Cotswolds emerges as business hotspot with growth in key sectors and town centres bouncing back

The Cotswold District is becoming an increasingly attractive location for business according to a recent report, with key sectors of the economy showing strong growth and town centres in the area bouncing back from the pandemic.The upbeat assessment was included in the most recent Green Economic Growth Strategy update at Cotswold District Council’s Cabinet meeting on Monday (4th July).

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Holiday Activity and Food Programme is back - free summer fun for children and young people

Cotswold District Council in partnership with Gloucestershire County Council and community organisation World Jungle, is delivering another Holiday Activity and Food Programme (HAF) for eligible children across the Cotswold district this Summer. 

UK Shared Prosperity fund to be used in the Cotswolds to help boost the local area

UK Shared Prosperity Fund to be used in the Cotswolds to help boost the local area

Cotswold District Council have agreed a number of projects to receive funding from the first year's allocation of the UK Shared Prosperity Fund. The Fund provides the Council with £1m over three years with £109,000 to be spent in the first year.

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Work begins on the 14 new affordable homes in Avening

Cotswold District Council is celebrating Rural Housing Week with the groundbreaking of a new rural housing development in Sunground, Avening.

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Cotswold District Council aims to bring historic Old Station building back to life

Cotswold District Council have committed to exploring options for bringing the Old Station in the centre of Cirencester back into use and preserving the historic building for future generations.

Cllr Jenny Forde at Everyone Active Bourton-on-the-Water

Work to cut carbon emissions at Cotswold District Council's leisure centres complete

Plans to cut the carbon emissions of two district leisure centres and make them more sustainable have been completed as the Council commits to tackle the climate emergency.