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On Monday, 27th November 2023, at Cheltenham Magistrates Court, Mr Ismail Elmagdoub of Bath Orchard, Blockley, pleaded guilty to felling three healthy Apple trees without consent from Cotswold District Council.
Cotswold District Council is working in partnership with Gloucestershire County Council and local community organisation World Jungle to deliver another Holiday Activities and Food Programme (HAF) for eligible children across the Cotswold district this winter.
Residents are being urged to be watchful over the festive period to avoid becoming victims of a fraud scam. Christmas is a great break for families but is also a traditional time for fraudsters to try to take advantage of the season of goodwill.
Christmas will officially begin with two free, fun events for the community as Feeding Gloucestershire and Cotswold District Council come together as part of the Cotswold Food Network.
Stow-on-the-Wold Town Council has submitted a Neighbourhood Plan to help shape the development of Stow-on-the-Wold and the Swells.
Corinium Museum staff are celebrating after being presented with the prestigious Sandford Award for excellence in heritage education for the third time.
A By-Election will be held for one of the two Lechlade, Kempsford and Fairford South District Council seats after Councillor Clare Muir resigned her seat.
Cotswold District Council has pledged £24,000 to local community projects through Crowdfund Cotswold, a platform that empowers local initiatives to raise funds for projects to improve Cotswold communities.
Cotswold District Council will be working with local communities to do a full review of car parking across the district to create a plan to improve car parking in future.
Cotswold District Council will be working with local communities across the district to look at the future needs for playing pitches and how existing pitches can be improved to accommodate current needs following the publication of a review.
Cotswold District Council is asking residents, businesses and organisations across the district to give their views on the Council’s finances as it prepares to set the budget for the next financial year.
Cotswold District Council is encouraging residents to eat up their Halloween pumpkins this year to reduce food waste and help the planet.