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Royal British Legion Memorial Garden

Royal Makeover for Cirencester Churchyard’s Garden of Remembrance

We're thrilled to announce that work to reinvigorate Cirencester Churchyard's Garden of Remembrance has been completed using the councils WWI fund

Green City

Council Partnership awarded £30k funding to enable the delivery of carbon neutral homes

Cotswold, West Oxfordshire and Forest of Dean District Councils have been awarded £30,000 from the Local Government Housing Advisers Programme to aid the delivery of carbon neutral homes

Planning

Cotswold District Council is committed to strengthening its financial stability and resilience

The council is working to grow its income and manage costs to cope with expected reductions in funding from the Government

CDC EU Flag

Council leader confirms future commitment to EU residents

Residents that have moved from a EU27 country to the Cotswolds will be receiving a letter from the leader of the Council this week reminding them to consider applying for settled status to ensure they safeguard their rights to live in the UK

Ubico Unsafe Driving

Unsafe driving putting refuse & recycling crews at risk

We're calling upon all road users in the Cotswold's to respect our refuse and recycling crews and exercise more patience following a spike in unsafe driving reports

Memorial Hospital - Sheep Street

Demolition work begins at Sheep Street car park

Residents and visitors to Cirencester are being advised that Sheep Street car park in the town centre will be fully closed from 14 October for demolition works and car park development to continue safely

Corinium Museum in Cirencester

More money for museum

Cirencester’s Corinium Museum is to get an extra £135,000 funding to finance some unforeseen work to the ground below the shop area

Renovation work

Go ahead given to convert Cirencester pub into flats

Our councillors have given the green light to an application to convert the Waggon and Horses pub in London Rd, Cirencester into five flats

Climate Emergency

Council seeks specialist to take on climate emergency role

We've approved the appointment of a climate change manager as the first major step in our commitment to tackle climate change

Recycle Week

Recycle Week: This is the year that people in the Cotswolds ‘take recycling into their own hands’!

The Cotswolds is proud to be taking recycling into its own hands! In the biggest and best Recycle Week ever, Recycle Now is tasking residents to take recycling into their own hands and take action to protect our environment

Empty Homes Week

National Empty Homes Week 2019

This week marks Empty Homes Week 2019 and Cotswold District Council is working with the national campaign charity ‘Empty Homes’ to highlight the 216,000 long term unoccupied houses in the UK

money

How grants are helping Cotswold communities

Cotswold District Council’s Community Activity Support Grant scheme is inviting applications from groups across the district, with a deadline of October 14th