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Residents in the Cotswolds recently affected by flooding are being invited to a virtual flooding forum Q&A session chaired by Cotswold District Council.
Cotswold District Council to host Q&A with the Leader and Chief Exec in upcoming episode of CDC LIVE
Cotswold District Council LIVE is returning on Wednesday 27 January at 4 pm for a special Q&A, streaming live from the Council’s Facebook and YouTube channels.
Cotswold District Council is launching an exciting new online crowdfunding platform that enables residents to raise money to improve their neighbourhoods.
Cotswold District Council encourages local schools and businesses to sign up to the Business2schools initiative to help get local equipment to children during lockdown
Cotswold District Council is encouraging local schools and businesses to sign up to the national business2schools scheme to help get more equipment out to families who may need it during lockdown.
The application process for all business grants via Cotswold District Council has now reopened with individuals encouraged to check their eligibility and apply through the Council website.
Final deadline for Community Projects Fund announced as Council gears up to launch new civic crowdfunding platform
Cotswold District Council’s current capital grant scheme, the Community Projects Fund, is coming to an end on 12 February 2021. The Council’s annual £80,000 budget will be rolled into the Council’s new Civic Crowdfunding Programme ‘Crowdfund Cotswold’ in partnership with Spacehive.
The Leader of Cotswold District Council has written to Thames Water in a bid for more support for communities affected by sewage flooding over the Christmas period.
Council to encourage faster uptake of electric vehicles, with new electric vehicle charging points to be installed across the Cotswolds
Cotswold District Council’s Cabinet has approved an ambitious strategy and delivery programme to support residents and businesses in the transition to Electric Vehicles by installing charging points across the Cotswolds.
Businesses in the Cotswolds are being reassured that the Council's finance team is actively assessing Covid-19 grant applications against the backdrop of a rapidly changing national situation.
The new chief executive of Cotswold District Council has officially taken up his role.
Following a period of drier weather in the last 24 hours, river levels and highway flooding have started to recede in most severely affected South Cotswold locations.
Following flooding in recent days, snow and ice is now affecting parts of the Cotswolds.