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Cotswold District Council has approved £15,000 in grant funding to The Churn Neighbourhood Project to support the continued delivery of frontline support services for the South Cotswolds.
A parish councillor vacancy has arisen at Longborough Parish Council following the resignation of Stephen Mathers.
Cotswold Friends will receive £10,000 in grant funding to support the continued delivery of essential services for the most vulnerable in our district.
Cotswold District Council has announced that fortnightly garden waste collections will restart from Wednesday 13 May.
Cotswold District Council has been working with its voluntary sector partners in supporting vulnerable people who need food, medicines and other support throughout COVID-19 lockdown restrictions.
Cotswold District Council is calling on residents to dispose of batteries and small electrical items safely using their new kerbside collection service following an incident at Thamesdown Recycling.
Cotswold District Council has now paid out over £27.5 million in business support grants to over 2,200 businesses in the district.
Cotswold District Council has seen a large increase in the number of burning complaints in the last few weeks and is calling on residents to be more considerate of those with respiratory conditions and people in self-isolation.
Following the request by Secretary of State that councils reopen cemeteries to the public, Cotswold District Council has confirmed that Chesterton and Stratton cemeteries in Cirencester will be open to the public between 4 pm and 8 pm each weekday and open between 9 am and 8 pm on Saturday and Sunday for visiting of graves.
Major progress is being made in processing Government grants for eligible businesses across the District.
Cotswold District Council confirms there are no changes to recycling and general household waste collections over the Easter Bank Holiday weekend. Residents are asked to present their bins and containers as per their regular collection schedule.
Cotswold District Council is making good progress in processing grant payments to local businesses affected by the coronavirus outbreak.