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While the reopening of the economy continues, Cotswold District Council officers are continuing to work with the Health and Safety Executive (HSE) to call and visit local businesses with the team offering help and advice on the safest operating procedures.
Cotswold District Council Leader, Councillor Joe Harris, has announced his new Cabinet for the coming year.
Cotswold District Council is investing in the North Cotswolds to provide improved face-to-face services at its Moreton Area Centre.
Young people in the Cotswolds are being invited to have fun and get expert advice on opportunities for employment and support through a series of outreach events being delivered by the Cotswold Youth Network.
English Tourism Week to highlight the brilliant Cotswolds tourism economy as the sector looks to recover from the pandemic
The Cotswold tourism sector is being highlighted as part of English Tourism Week to help national organisations understand its importance and the impact of Covid-19 as the sector starts to recover from the pandemic.
South Cerney Parish Council has submitted a Neighbourhood Development Plan to Cotswold District Council that will shape the development of the parish.
Cotswold District Council is supporting local litter heroes who sign up to join in with this year’s Great British Spring Clean (28 May–13 June) – the national campaign that invites us all to get involved and clear up around where we live.
You have the authority to ask us anything! Jackie Weaver joins upcoming episode of Cotswold District Council LIVE
Cotswold District Council LIVE is returning on Tuesday 25 May at 3 pm for a special Q&A with none other than local democracy rising star Jackie Weaver.
Cotswold District Council has successfully prosecuted two individuals for operating a vehicle without a private hire licence and not fulfilling private hire operator requirements thanks to reports from a member of the public.
More support to be provided to help the local economy recover from Covid-19 as vital Welcome Back funding is used to support local businesses
Over £81,000 has been allocated to the Cotswolds as part of the Welcome Back Fund which Cotswold District Council will be using to help High Streets and local businesses reopen safely and successfully across the district as Covid-19 restrictions ease.
Group exercise set to return to Cotswold Leisure Centres providing a huge boost to the wellbeing of communities
Leisure Centres in the Cotswolds are set to relaunch group exercise classes from Monday 17 May in what has been called “a huge boost” for the mental health of the community.
Corinium Museum excited to re-open from Monday 17 May with brand new galleries and opportunities for everyone to explore our Cotswold history
The award-winning museum, renowned for its Roman Cirencester exhibits, is set to re-open on Monday 17 May in line with the Government’s reopening roadmap.