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Tetbury Town Council has completed works to an engine-eous new railway station themed play area for nursery-age children.
Corinium Museum in Cirencester will reopen its doors on Monday, August 3, welcoming back visitors to its famous archaeological collection after almost five months of lockdown. The Museum will be open Monday – Saturday from 10am – 5pm, and Sunday from 2-5pm.
Cotswold District Council has confirmed that it will begin the phased reopening of its leisure services from Saturday, 1 August, following recent confirmation from the Government that leisure centres can reopen with social distancing measures in place.
For the first time in the history of the Census, there will be a question on service in the Armed Forces following a campaign led by The Royal British Legion and Poppyscotland and supported by Cotswold District Council.
Cotswold District Council (CDC) has today launched its streamlined application process for licences to place tables and chairs outside pubs and cafes. The scheme is a response to new government legislation, the Business and Planning Act which became law yesterday.
Cotswold District Council (CDC) has voted to declare an ecological emergency, putting ecological issues at the heart of the Council’s actions to deliver nature recovery across the district.
The BARN Theatre in Cirencester will soon reopen its doors to the public with a brand new offering of big-screen delights, as they raise the curtain on the BARN Cinema experience.
Don’t lose your voice - residents in the Cotswolds urged to look out for their voter registration details from Cotswold District Council.
Last night, Cabinet voted to postpone development of a decked car park at the Waterloo in Cirencester for 12 months.
Tourism in the Cotswolds has received a welcome boost thanks to a visit by Tourism Minister Nigel Huddleston MP on Saturday 4th July. His visit coincides with the reopening of many pubs, restaurants and museums and comes at a time when Cotswold tourism businesses are facing one of the toughest periods in their history.
Cotswold District Council (CDC) has confirmed its ambition to play a central part in local recovery as businesses exit lockdown.
Staying at home more? Energy efficiency is more important now than ever before, say Cotswold’s fuel poverty service, Warm and Well.
Cotswold residents spending more than usual on their energy bills during lockdown are able to access support and grant funding free of charge through a local support scheme.