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A root and branch review of Cotswold District Council has resulted in a range of actions which have already led to improvements in its performance, efficiency and customer service.
A major plan highlighting Cotswold District Council’s key objectives over the next four years has been given the green light.
Something truly wonderful happened during lockdown for the pupils at Paternoster School in Cirencester: work to a fantastic new inclusive playground was completed in time for the new school year.
Preston Parish Council has submitted a Neighbourhood Development Plan to Cotswold District Council.
Robert Weaver will be proposed as the new Chief Executive Officer of Cotswold District Council at a meeting of Full Council next Wednesday (23 September). Mr Weaver is currently Deputy Chief Executive of Tewkesbury Borough Council.
Corinium Museum’s temporary exhibition space is set to re-open after being closed for 18 months. The museum is excited to announce David Durston as the first exhibitor with a retrospective exhibition entitled Durston @70 + Lockdown.
Cotswold District Council has created 12 free 20-minute spaces at car parks in Moreton-in-Marsh, Tetbury and Cirencester to support local visitors.
Corinium Museum in Cirencester has been awarded a South West Museum Development grant for £2,200 to develop a programme of digital workshops thanks to funding from Art Fund and Arts Council England.
This week sees the launch of Keep Britain Tidy’s Great British September Clean (11-27 September) - the national campaign which encourages more of us to get involved in keeping litter off our streets and out of the environment.
Cotswold District Council supports local businesses in harnessing the power of social media to drive recovery
Cotswold District Council (CDC) is demonstrating its commitment to local business recovery by providing access to social media management platform Maybe* for all businesses in the district.
A thoughtful, green and sustainable new ‘Investment Strategy for Recovery’ for Cotswold District Council aims to close a £4.8 million funding gap.
The Covid-19 pandemic looks set to cost Cotswold District Council just over £1 million in 2020/21.