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Cotswolds Tourism is offering tourism businesses the chance to become bookable online as part of a major new initiative.
Waste and recycling collection dates in the Cotswolds have been updated for the holiday season.
A new scheme to support local businesses affected by the national lockdown (5 Nov-2 Dec) is set to go live from 9am on Monday.
Cotswold District Council (CDC) is supporting the 16 Days of Action campaign to raise awareness of domestic abuse and sexual violence, particularly in rural areas.
Local businesses in the Cotswolds that are affected by the national lockdown will be able to apply for a Support Grant from Monday 16 November.
Cotswold District Council are this week starting the process of contacting people deemed to be ‘clinically extremely vulnerable’ (CEV) across the district to make sure their basic needs are being met during lockdown.
Young peoples’ health during the Covid-19 lockdown is to take top priority with new initiative from Young Gloucestershire and the Cotswold Community Safety Partnership.
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.
We are aware many business owners will be worried about the financial implications of having to close due to the new lockdown restrictions on Thursday.
Park homes and rural households in Gloucestershire and South Gloucestershire to receive £1m winter energy efficiency boost
150 of the region’s coldest properties will receive improved insulation and heating through the government Green Home Grant scheme, funded by the Secretary of State.
Residents will be able to report fly-tips more easily thanks to an improved service from Cotswold District Council.
Cotswold District Council has teamed up with the Barn Theatre to continue production of a monthly online broadcast of the highly successful CDC LIVE - the Council’s online platform to engage with the communities of the District on important issues.