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Sewage Summit

Cotswold District Council announces date for Sewage Summit

Residents are invited to attend Cotswold District Council’s inaugural Sewage Summit on 8 July. We will be bringing together environmental activists, water companies and other agencies to delve into the underlying causes of sewage pollution affecting our district and exploring effective and practical measures to stop it.

General Election Voting Options

Are you ready for the general election? Voters encouraged to make sure they are prepared to make sure they can vote

Voters across Cotswold District are being encouraged to make sure they are prepared for the general election ahead of the deadlines so that they can vote on 4 July. 

Cllr Evemy New Rounds

Cotswold District Council announces waste collection day changes for over half of all households in the district

Cotswold District Council has announced it is changing the waste collection days for 60 per cent of households in the district as the local authority drives for greater efficiency within its waste and recycling service. 

Cirencester Leisure Centre refurbishments

Improvement works have started at Cirencester Leisure Centre

In partnership with our not-for-profit leisure providers, Freedom Leisure, Cirencester Leisure Centre is undergoing significant refurbishment and is due to be completed by the end of summer. 

Publica Group

Gloucestershire County Council vision document

The leaked Gloucestershire County Council document sets out the County Council’s vision for strategic housing development across the county. The vision is based around key transport centres, such as railway stations. 

Voter ID-3

Voters reminded to bring valid ID if voting in polling stations on 2 May

Residents in Cotswold District will need to show photographic ID to vote in person at this year’s Police and Crime Commissioner elections which are being held on 2 May. 

Old Station, Cirencester

Restoration Opportunity for Historic Old Station Building in Cirencester

Cotswold District Council is seeking new partners to invest in the renovation of the Old Station building in Cirencester. 

Ermine Street Guard in formation at Cirencester Amphitheatre

Roman Soldier Re-enactment for Families at the Corinium Museum

The Corinium Museum welcome Roman Soldiers from the Ermine Street Guard to the Corinium Museum this Easter half term. The re-enactment group will be at the museum on Friday 5th and Saturday 6th April.

The Corinium Museum Team

Corinium Museum celebrates VisitEngland accreditation

Cirencester’s Corinium Museum, which is managed on behalf of Cotswold District Council by Freedom Leisure one of the UK’s leading not-for-profit leisure trusts, is celebrating after being awarded the accreditation of VisitEngland Quality Assured Visitor Attraction with a 91% rating.

Council tax premium on empty and second homes

Council clamps down on empty and second homes to help tackle housing crisis

Cotswold District Council is set to clamp down on empty properties and second homes to tackle the housing crisis in the district – where house prices are 14 times the average salary. 

Stockwells, Moreton Opening Ceremony

Cotswold’s first modular affordable housing development unveiled

Cotswold District Council is proud to announce the official opening of new affordable homes at Stockwells in Moreton-in-Marsh, marking a significant milestone in the council's commitment to providing truly affordable and sustainable housing solutions for residents.

Active Cotswold Roadshow

Active Cotswold is hitting the road!

Cotswold District Council is working with Freedom Leisure and One Gloucestershire to put on a Health and Wellbeing Roadshow, as part of the Active Cotswold programme, to provide support to residents.