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Waste collection vehicles

Cotswold District’s Christmas waste and recycling collections announced

Waste, recycling and food waste collections in Cotswold District will be one day later with effect from Monday 26 December to 30 December as no collections will be made on Boxing Day.

Supporting Menopause in the Workplace

Cotswold District Council support staff going through the menopause

Cotswold District Council have passed a motion at full Council to develop a menopause policy to ensure all staff going through the menopause are getting the support they need at work.

Cotswold Connected Community and Food Programme

Cotswold District Council encourages communities to come together to tackle cost of living crisis

Cotswold District Council have set up the Cotswold Connected Community and Food Programme. This programme will help fund initiatives within the community that tackle the root causes of inequalities, the current cost of living crisis and strengthen community resilience in the longer term.

Left to right: Cllr Nikki Ind and Cllr Mike Evemy at the budget engagement event in Tetbury.

Don’t miss your chance to have your say on Cotswold District Council’s budget

There are only five days left to have your say in Cotswold District Council’s budget consultation.

Energy bill rebate

Cotswold District Council provides additional financial support to households not eligible for Government energy support

Cotswold District Council has today written to 348 households across the district to inform them the Council will be providing additional financial support to them to help with the rising costs of energy bills.

Winter HAF 2022

Eligible children and young people across the Cotswolds can enjoy free activities this Christmas holiday

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.

Tetbury Community Fridge

Cotswold District Council to fund and support even more residents through cost of living crisis

Cotswold District Council is providing even more help to people challenged by the cost of living. The Council has agreed to provide more funding to help people to pay their council tax and is giving a financial boost to an ongoing programme of support for local communities setting up local initiatives and food projects.

Cllr Andrew Doherty, CDC Cabinet Member for Environment and Fairford Town Councillor (on left), with local children and Cllr Vicky Lipscombe, Deputy Mayor of Fairford Town Council (on right) at the skatepark in Walnut Tree field in Fairford.

Over half a million raised for hyperlocal projects using Crowdfund Cotswold

Crowdfund Cotswold, Cotswold District Council’s online crowdfunding platform has raised over £540,000 in less than two years thanks to support from local residents, community groups and businesses.

Publica Group

Cotswold District Council to look at different ways to balance its budget in the future during national financial turmoil

Following the recent rise in interest rates and changes to national rules, Cotswold District Council has had to change investment plans which were to provide additional income to improve the Cotswolds and help put the Council on a sound financial footing. 

The Longest Table

Eat, drink and be merry this Christmas

Communities are being urged to come together and make merry this Christmas by organising a ‘Longest Table’ feast. The initiative encourages communities to eat together and is being rolled out by Stroud Community Interest Company ‘The Long Table’, with support from Cotswold District Council.


Fairford residents invited to comment on development plans for the area

Fairford Town Council has submitted a Neighbourhood Development Plan to Cotswold District Council that will shape the development of the town.

Cllr Mike Evemy, Deputy Leader and Cabinet Member for Finance and Rob Weaver, Chief Executive of Cotswold District Council.

Have your say on Cotswold District Council’s budget as Council looks to ‘weather the storm’ of local government cuts in the face of rising costs

Residents and businesses in the Cotswolds are being urged to give their views on the District Council’s spending plans as it prepares its budget for the next financial year. The focus of the budget will be on continuing to deliver services as running costs increase as a result of Putin’s war in Ukraine and the national economic situation.