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Latest funding round of Crowdfund Cotswold launched

Cotswold District Council launches the Spring funding round of its award-winning crowdfunding initiative Crowdfund Cotswold. Inviting community-led ideas that will help make a greener, more connected and healthier Cotswolds.

Cllr Mike Evemy announcing freeze to parking charges in 2023. Cllr Evemy is holding a sign that reads 'Parking Charges Frozen'.

Cotswold District Council’s Cabinet propose a freeze on car park charges as funding from Government continues to fall

Cotswold District Council’s Cabinet has proposed its budget for the next financial year which includes a freeze on parking charges as inflation continues to put pressure on the Council’s finances. 

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Cotswold District to receive £1,000,000 from UK Shared Prosperity Fund

Cotswold District Council has been allocated a total of £1m funding from the UK Shared Prosperity Fund (UKSPF) as part of the government’s Levelling Up agenda. The funding will be used to build pride in communities, support local businesses and improve employment and training opportunities.

Cllr Joe Harris and Cllr Lisa Spivey presenting Mike McKeown, Jon Cantouris and Nick Cartwright from the Thames Head Energy Project with a pledge for £7,400.

New community energy project will help local homes and businesses reduce energy costs

Thames Head Energy, a community energy social enterprise, has successfully raised £16,331 through Crowdfund Cotswold.

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Continuing our fight against fly-tipping

Cotswold District Council joined forces with Gloucestershire County Council Trading Standard and Gloucestershire Police to carry out a Stop and Search operation as part of our commitment to stop fly-tipping in the district.

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Say ‘cheese’! New cameras installed to prevent fly-tipping

Cotswold District Council have installed cameras around the district in potential fly-tipping hotspots to capture any illegal activity such as a vehicle dumping waste.

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Cotswold District residents will need photo ID to vote at local elections on 4 May

For the first time, residents in Cotswold District will need to show photographic ID to vote in person at this year’s local elections which are being held on 4 May.

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Cotswold and West Oxfordshire District Councils celebrate £230,000 funding boost to engage with communities

Cotswold District Council and West Oxfordshire District Council have received a joint award of £230,000 from the Department for Levelling Up, Homes and Communities (DLUHC) towards improving digital engagement with residents. 

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50p parking levy set to fund more improvements in Bourton-on-the-Water

Local residents have had their say on how to spend the funds raised from the tourism levy included in the charges to park at the Rissington Road Car Park in Bourton-on-the-Water. 

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Council-owned land in Kemble to be considered for allotments and community gardens

Cotswold District Councillors will be considering a proposal to protect council-owned land in Kemble, for use as allotments and community gardens for the local community.

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Clear! Community Public Access Defibrillators get a jump start in new developments across the Cotswold District

Cotswold District Council have passed a motion to improve the provision of Community Public Access Defibrillators (CPADs) on new developments in the Cotswold District.

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Cotswold District’s Christmas waste and recycling collections announced

Waste, recycling and food waste collections in Cotswold District will be one day later with effect from Monday 26 December to 30 December as no collections will be made on Boxing Day.