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The Hollie Gazzard Trust’s Walk4Hollie is taking place virtually this year - so you can Walk4Hollie your way to raise money and help prevent domestic abuse and stalking.
ZeroAvia, the world’s leading innovator in decarbonising aviation, is to open a major facility at Cotswold Airport at Kemble. The UK-based company will use the facility as its base for developing the breakthrough HyFlyer II project, a hydrogen-electric powered aircraft which solely emits water vapor during flight, potentially making it the future of carbon zero air travel.
Businesses in town centres in the Cotswold District are being encouraged to take up the offer of free business support before the scheme runs out.
Businesses in the Cotswolds will benefit from a new programme to boost their digital skills and help them to adapt to a changing business landscape as Covid-19 restrictions ease.
Preparations underway to make sure polling stations are safe for this year’s local elections and deadline approaches for voter registrations
As the local elections approach on Thursday 6 May 2021, Cotswold District Council is preparing to make sure all polling stations available for those who wish to vote in person are safe and Covid secure.
Local residents have had their say on how to spend the funds raised from a new tourism charge at the Rissington Road car park in Bourton-on-the-Water.
Cotswold District Council has reopened its reception areas at its offices in Trinity Road, Cirencester and the Area Centre at Moreton-in-Marsh for limited face to face enquiries.
Are you ready for the elections? Voters encouraged to make sure they are registered and have signed up for postal voting ahead of May local elections
Voters across the Cotswolds are being encouraged to make sure they are registered and have applied for postal voting ahead of the deadlines so that they can vote in the local elections on 6 May.
Leisure centres across the district are set to reopen from Monday 12 April, after receiving the Government’s go-ahead for Step 2 of the roadmap.
Cotswold District Council has awarded over £25,000 in grants to community groups in the final round of its Community Projects Fund to help improve and enhance facilities that will keep communities connected beyond the pandemic.
Cotswold District Council has recently commissioned expert advisors to provide business support and advice for each of the ten main towns and villages within the District as part of current measures to support the reopening of each centre.