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Kerbside recycling

Covid-19: Recycling and Waste Services Update

Cotswold District Council is calling on all residents to present their recycling correctly and do all they can to limit the amount of waste they are generating while social distancing measures are in place.

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Community Activity Support Grant Scheme Suspended

Cotswold District Council has made the decision to suspend the current Community Activity Support grant scheme in light of the Covid-19 restrictions.

Covid-19 Live Q&A 31.03.20

Cotswold District Council to host first Facebook LIVE Q&A

Join District Council Leader, Cllr Joe Harris, at 3:30 pm for a Facebook LIVE Q&A about the Council's response to the Coronavirus and support available for residents and local businesses.


Council announces its help for local businesses affected by Coronavirus

Cotswold District Council has announced how it will support businesses with the social distancing measures in place to reduce the impact of coronavirus (Covid-19).

Cotswold District Coucil, Trinity Road

Council closes front desks

Face to face services suspended until further notice

Everyone Active Cirencester

All Cotswold District leisure centres closed

Cotswold District Council's leisure centres closed tonight (Friday) until further notice


COVID-19: Support for businesses

Cotswold District Council will be supporting businesses throughout the District in response to the unprecedented economic impact of the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak.

Sheep Street Car Park

Sheep Street car park to reopen for public use

The car park development of Sheep Street car park is due for completion this week and is expected to reopen for public use from Monday 16 March.


Businesses rates and changes in the Budget

Cotswold businesses are being advised that business rates bills they are receiving this week do not take into account changes announced in Wednesday’s Budget.

Dog Fouling

Residents urged not to fall foul of the law

Cotswold District Council is appealing to residents to take personal responsibility for their actions in its bid to tackle littering and dog fouling across the district.