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Chipping Norton Leisure Centre set for expansion
Chipping Norton Leisure Centre is set for a major upgrade after councillors gave funding the green light.
The Centre, based at Chipping Norton School, will be given an artificial turf pitch which ...
: 20/07/2018 08:58:35
Record numbers for Cheltenham Science Festival
Record numbers flocked to Cheltenham Science Festival last week (5-10 June) to explore the wonders of science. There were over 45,000 visits from people of all ages taking part in six free interactive...
: 11/06/2018 21:23:48
Scout Group set to benefit from council grant
Plans for the interior fit out of a Scout Group hut in Chipping Norton have been given an £18,000 funding boost from West Oxfordshire District Council.
The new fit out is for a brand new hut...
: 16/06/2017 16:13:55
Woodstock's outdoor heated pool reopens for summer on Saturday 22
Woodstock's outdoor heated swimming pool reopens for summer on Saturday 22 April.
With a 25 metre main pool and a depth of 3.5 metres, it is ideal for diving enthusiasts and there is a separate pa...
: 21/04/2017 11:33:29
Youth club to build new home after major grant funding
Members of a youth club are celebrating after councillors agreed a £50,000 grant to help build their new purpose-built home.
The Woodstock Youth Centre will now press ahead with its plans to const...
: 23/11/2016 11:40:19
Eastern promise for Cotswolds tourism
Tourism is set for a boost from afar after a glowing report from a Middle East delegation.
A seven-strong party made up of TV representatives and social media influencers from Saudi Arabia and Duba...
: 16/08/2016 20:55:29
Weird Fish goes for gold in this year’s Cheltenham in Bloom
Cheltenham-based clothing brand Weird Fish is aiming for gold in this year’s Cheltenham in Bloom. Weird Fish’s award-winning car park garden, created by Ron Morris and Nick Harford, won gold for best ...
: 27/07/2016 13:10:59
Family Fun Day at The Slaughters Country Inn
On Saturday 13 August The Slaughters Country Inn will open its gates to visitors of all ages for its annual ‘Family Fun Day’. Throughout the day, the inn will be celebrating summer with a barbeque an...
: 04/07/2016 17:28:24
New traffic management plans in place for Cotswold Show
Plans are well underway for the Show to be held in Cirencester Park on 2nd and 3rd July 2016 and following feedback from visitors and local residents, there will be extra traffic management in place t...
: 16/06/2016 21:26:35
Stay Active and Able At Cross-Cotswold Courses
Under the Active and Able programme, a combination of both Tai Chi and Falls Prevention are held at several of the 4 different venues across the District.
The classes, which are desig...
: 08/06/2016 13:35:02
Open weekend set for lift-off
The countdown has begun to a special event offering residents discounted entry to a host of visitor attractions across West Oxfordshire and the Cotswolds.
The Welcome Open Weekend (WOW) is being he...
: 10/03/2016 18:26:30
Green light for Chipping Norton neighbourhood plan
Residents in Chipping Norton have voted overwhelmingly in favour of adopting a neighbourhood plan which will give them a greater say on future developments in the town.
Results of the referendum w...
: 04/03/2016 12:58:14
Bourton coach park will continue to operate!
Coach parking will continue to be available in Bourton-on-the-Water following a series of discussions between Cotswold District Council, Bourton Parish Council and the owner of the coach park at Stati...
: 28/01/2016 17:12:06
Referendum on Chipping Norton’s Neighbourhood Plan
The Chipping Norton Neighbourhood Plan has passed the examination stage and there will now be a referendum.
The referendum is taking place on Thursday 3 March 2016 from 7 am to 10 pm.
If more ...
: 22/01/2016 19:04:10
Award-Winning Luxury At The Heart of England’s Most Perfect High Street
Described in equal measure as quintessentially bucolic and defiantly English, Chipping Campden is a jewel of a market town, beset on all sides by the rolling hills and unspoiled parklands of The Cotsw...
: 25/11/2015 10:19:17
CDC offers free parking for Christmas launch events
Cotswold District Council will be waiving parking charges temporarily to support the launch of festive celebrations at several local market towns.
Christmas shoppers will be able to enjoy free park...
: 17/11/2015 04:49:25
Christmas and New Year waste collection arrangements
Waste collection arrangements for the forthcoming Christmas and New Year period in Cotswold District:
Collections on all days are unchanged until Friday 25 December
Friday 25 Dec - Will move t...
: 20/10/2015 17:58:02
Cheer on Britain’s silver medallists at Blenheim Palace International Horse
In a glorious autumn of British equestrian sport, the action now moves to Blenheim Palace International Horse Trials this week (17th-20th September).
Riders from 12 nations head to Oxfordshire for...
: 15/09/2015 20:30:06
Blenheim Palace International Horse Trials Outstanding entries revealed
Blenheim Palace International Horse Trials has attracted a huge entry of outstanding quality for its 25th anniversary event, which takes place from 17th-20th September 2015.
Entries in the princip...
: 11/09/2015 15:43:24
Eco-friendly technology used in swimming pool upgrade
Improvements have been made and new technology added to the water treatment system at Chipping Norton Leisure Centre’s swimming pool whilst essential maintenance was carried out.
New medium-rate f...
: 03/09/2015 15:49:16
Phill Jupitus – performs his poetry at legendary venue The Convent
Phill Jupitus, one of the UK’s most successful stand-ups, will be performing poetry at The Convent in Stroud on September 3rd as a special guest of the Panic Brothers. It is part of a series of shows...
: 31/08/2015 19:24:23
Zara Phillips and Toytown return to Blenheim
Zara Phillips and Toytown, who were crowned European eventing champions at Blenheim Palace in 2005, are returning to the scene of their great victory this autumn.
Toytown, who carried Zara to trium...
: 28/08/2015 11:47:36
Chippy Jazz is not dead
Every September for the past seventeen years, New Orleans has come to Chipping Norton! During the one-day Chippy Jazz and Music (CJAM) Festival, the streets, pubs, cafes and wine bars of Chipping Nort...
: 26/08/2015 14:05:09
Blenheim Palace International Horse Trials Entries for international classes open
Entries open today (13th August) for the principal classes at Blenheim Palace International Horse Trials, which takes place from 17th-20th September 2015.
The Oxfordshire event stages two internati...
: 13/08/2015 19:31:48
Enjoy in one of the UK’s prettiest al fresco spots at Buckland Manor
Next week, 10-16 August, has been named ‘Afternoon Tea Week’ and, if the sunshine plays ball then where better to enjoy one than in one of the UK’s prettiest al fresco spots? Right here in the Cotswo...
: 05/08/2015 11:43:06
Woodstock play and activity day
Children and young people have the chance to join in the fun at a FREE action-packed play and activity day in Woodstock to kick-off the summer holidays.
With activities including body zorbing, drum...
: 10/07/2015 18:46:59
Blenheim Palace Escape
Working closely with Blenheim Palace, The Bay Tree Hotel in Burford are delighted to offer this very special break.
From £115 per person enjoy a nights accommodation, three-course dinner, full Engl...
: 17/06/2015 21:00:50
Grab a festive bargain at Visitor Information Centres
West Oxfordshire’s Visitor Information Centres are getting into the Christmas spirit with gifts and decorations on sale – and are giving you the chance to grab a bargain during a special discount week...
: 21/11/2014 16:12:10
Bee Books Creates a Buzz in Oxfordshire Bookshop
This week saw the Oxfordshire launch of Quiller Publishing’s new book, In Praise of Bees: A Cabinet of Curiosities by author Elizabeth Birchall. Both Jaffe and Neale Bookshop in Chipping Norton and Th...
: 17/09/2014 13:00:58
Spectacular autumn colour predicted for beautiful Batsford Arboretum
Batsford Arboretum are gearing up for the annual blaze of autumn colour thanks to their magnificent collection of maples and cherries.
Home to one of the largest private collections of trees and s...
: 05/09/2014 09:15:11
The Slaughters Country Inn celebrates double award
Local pub, The Slaughters Country Inn, is celebrating after receiving two prestigious awards. The AA has awarded the inn a ‘5 Gold Star Award’, positioning it as one of the best Coaching Inns in the ...
: 19/06/2014 19:45:01
Inspirational Claire Lomas to be Guest of Honour at the Cocklebarrow Fair
Claire Lomas, who was paralysed from the chest down in an eventing fall in 2007 and who has since become the first paraplegic to walk the London Marathon in a ReWalk Robotic suit, is to be the guest o...
: 30/05/2014 10:19:50
Japanese Flowering Cherries reach their blossomy peak at Batsford Arboretum
Batsford Arboretum’s National Collection of Japanese Flowering Cherries are on target to reach their blowsy blossomy peak in time for the Easter Weekend. With around 120 trees planted in clusters, it...
: 15/04/2014 16:13:42
Visitor Information Centre takes Gold for being Green
Burford Visitor Information Centre (VIC) has received the top Gold Award for being eco-friendly and for encouraging visitors to ‘be green’ during their stay in West Oxfordshire.
The award follows an ...
: 11/04/2014 11:52:30
Get ready to make a splash as Woodstock pool reopens for summer
After a record-breaking number of visitors in 2013, Woodstock’s outdoor pool is gearing up to open its doors for the summer.
The pool is due to reopen on Saturday 26 April and staff are looking f...
: 04/04/2014 18:25:32
No changes to waste collections during Easter and Spring Bank Holidays
Cotswold District Council has confirmed that its waste service company, Ubico Ltd, will be collecting waste and recycling from households on Good Friday (18 April) and Easter Monday (21 April.) They ...
: 06/03/2014 13:24:06
High hopes for a spectacular spring at Batsford Arboretum
Staff at Batsford Arboretum in the heart of the north Cotswolds are confident of a spectacular showing this April – as the collection of Japanese village cherries take centre stage.
: 05/03/2014 15:44:40
Pothole warning as rural roads crumble
NFU Mutual, the UK’s largest rural insurer, is urging motorists to take extra care on rural roads after it revealed that the number of claims it received for pothole-related damage rose by 21% between...
: 10/02/2014 22:28:56
Star Names Line Up For Cheltenham Jazz Festival 2014
Jamie Cullum, Laura Mvula, Jools Holland, Billy Cobham, Frank Sinatra Jnr, Curtis Stigers and many more
Opening on International Jazz Day, the Cheltenham Jazz Festival returns at the end of ...
: 10/02/2014 19:00:22
Colin the Crocodile Copper Takes His Road Safety Antics to Nailsworth!
Colin the Crocodile Copper, Gloucestershire Constabulary’s number one roads reptile brought his usual road safety antics to a school in Nailsworth.
Colin, along with local police officers and PCSOs...
: 22/01/2014 17:11:23
New police front counter opens at Chipping Norton
From 20 January 2014 West Oxfordshire District Council's Guildhall Reception in Chipping Norton will double up as a one-stop shop for police and council services.
The Police's new base at the Gu...
: 15/01/2014 15:12:31
Bromford launch Café Ark – volunteers wanted!
Residents at Ark House, supported housing for homeless young people in Stroud, are joining forces to open a new café on Wednesday, 8 January.
The café will run every Wednesday 10-1pm and 6-8.30pm a...
: 04/01/2014 12:22:41
Radio play unlocks memories
Unlocking memories through the arts is having a positive impact on people with dementia attending the Lights Up arts and memory club in Chipping Norton.
Arts activities have included the creation a...
: 28/11/2013 11:04:51
Chipping Norton Literary Festival 2014
The popular and celebrity-laden Cotswold town of Chipping Norton is gearing up for what has become a refreshing take on the plethora of literary festivals. The third Chipping Norton Literary Festival...
: 14/11/2013 14:59:10
Wishing Shoppers A Warm and Hi-Tech Christmas at Bishops Walk, Cirencester
Students from Cirencester College are creating a Jean Michel Jarre style piece of cinematograph technology to bathe the town's Bishops Walk shopping centre outside and in with unique music backed film...
: 13/11/2013 17:19:22
Cheltenham Set To Host Kids Love The Races Roadshow
New interactive roadshow for kids on course on Sunday 17th November.
There aren’t many places that you can take the kids for free but Cheltenham Racecourse is a great exception with children under ...
: 12/11/2013 11:47:53
Historic Wiltshire sporting venue returns to its former glory!
Inglesham Polo Centre, based at Inglesham, just outside Lechlade, has a rich history as one of the leading polo clubs in the UK and it is unusual in that it can host polo all year round due to ...
: 06/11/2013 15:44:10
Rising South West Rents Tipping Bank of Mum and Dad Over Edge
Britain’s housing crisis is putting parents under more financial strain than ever in the South West. Against a background of soaring housing costs, parents are forking out just so their struggling adu...
: 06/11/2013 10:59:03
A417 Open Following Two Fatal Collisions
The A417 at Birdlip in Gloucestershire has now reopened.
Crickley Hill had been closed from 3.10am until around 1pm following a collision in which a 54-year-old Cheltenham man died.
The A417 was...
: 04/11/2013 19:56:35
Park for free after 4pm in Cirencester and Tetbury on Xmas light switch-on
Cotswold District Council will suspend parking charges after 4 pm for car parks in Cirencester (including the Brewery) on Saturday 30 November and in Tetbury on Thursday 5 December to tie in with the ...
: 04/11/2013 16:39:49
Cashless car parking coming to the Cotswolds!
With effect from Friday 15 November, residents across the Cotswolds will be able to pay for parking by phone using their debit and credit cards at car parks owned by Cotswold District Council. Season...
: 30/10/2013 18:34:27
Beautiful Batsford escapes the worst of the storm at key time of year
The beautiful tree collection at Batsford Arboretum appears to have escaped relatively unscathed from last night’s storm.
Head Gardener Matthew Hall says despite the rough conditions, most of the ...
: 28/10/2013 16:33:09
Waste weather warning
Potentially severe weather early next week could disrupt waste collections, Cotswold District Council has warned.
With an “amber” warning of high winds, especially on Sunday night and Monday mornin...
: 26/10/2013 01:06:55
Confused weather leads to late autumn colour!
Batsford Arboretum – normally a blaze of colour by this time each year is about two weeks behind – in line with many other parts of the country. But staff are confident it will prove some of the best...
: 25/10/2013 18:34:36
Witness Appeal Following Collision in Tetbury
Police investigating a serious collision on Hampton Street in Tetbury on Tuesday October 15th are appealing for witnesses to contact them.
The collision happened at around 4.30pm and involved a Yam...
: 17/10/2013 18:50:12
Election: Cirencester Town Council, Beeches Ward – 24 October
An election to fill two vacancies on Cirencester Town Council (Beeches Ward) is to be held on 24 October. The Notice of Poll giving details of the candidates has now been published and is as follows:
: 16/10/2013 14:23:05
Town Council Election Lechlade - 21 November
An election has been requested to fill a vacancy on Lechlade-on-Thames Town Council and this will be held on 21 November. Nomination packs and candidate guides are now available. Anyone wishing to s...
: 16/10/2013 14:21:16
Christmas Raffle launched to boost funds for new classroom at Batsford
Batsford Arboretum’s Leaves For Learning Project is set to receive a welcome boost thanks to the generosity of local businesses.
A Christmas Raffle has been launched with prizes totalling almost £...
: 10/10/2013 18:26:16
Work to reduce flooding at Burford Car Park
Work has been carried out to reduce the risk of flooding at Burford’s public car park as part of on-going prevention measures in West Oxfordshire.
The Guildenford Car Park is the town’s main publi...
: 02/10/2013 11:14:14
Crime-busting: week of advice and information for Cotswold residents
The first ever Cotswold Crime Prevention Week begins on Monday 7 October with a full programme of events for residents.
This new initiative - organised by Cotswold District Council and other partne...
: 01/10/2013 18:13:38
Make sure you are registered to vote!
The annual update of the register of electors is about to begin. Cotswold District Council urges you to update your details as soon as possible so you do not lose your right to vote.
From 1 October...
: 25/09/2013 13:22:19
New police front counter at Chipping Norton
Following an agreement between Thames Valley Police and West Oxfordshire District Council, police front counter services in Chipping Norton will soon be moving to a more convenient town centre locatio...
: 16/09/2013 20:17:19
Pop Star Welcome For Colin The Crocodile Copper as he Visits Stroud School
Colin the Crocodile Copper, Gloucestershire Police’s number 1 road safety reptile was treated to a pop star welcome as his tour of schools across the five valleys stopped in Stroud on Tuesday (Septemb...
: 14/09/2013 08:59:37
Mums take the plunge for £1
Mums and female carers for children under 16 can now swim for only £1 at West Oxfordshire’s leisure centres.
Carterton, Chipping Norton and Windrush leisure centres are all participating in ...
: 29/08/2013 16:22:29
Batsford’s Big Bulb Bonanza
Join multi award-winning bulb producer Johnny Walkers at Batsford Arboretum and discover how autumn planted bulbs can bring colour to your garden for more than five months of the year!
Winner of ...
: 29/08/2013 09:12:54
Notice of Election – Tetbury Town Council
Having received a request from 10 electors to fill two vacancies on Tetbury Town Council by election, an election has been set for Thursday 26 September 2013.
Anyone wishing to stand as a candidate...
: 21/08/2013 00:06:06
Lechlade moves towards establishing a Neighbourhood Plan
Lechlade-on-Thames Town Council has submitted a proposal to Cotswold District Council to have its town boundaries recognised as a ‘neighbourhood area’ – an important formal stage in setting up a Neigh...
: 14/08/2013 09:26:51
New Licensing Officer for Gloucestershire Police
PC Jaine Simner has been appointed as the new Licensing Officer for Gloucestershire Constabulary.
In her new role Jaine will oversee 3,000 licensed premises within the county, working with them to ...
: 19/07/2013 18:06:30
‘Friends’ complete purchase of Old Prison
Residents in Northleach and further afield were celebrating on Thursday 18 July after completing the purchase of the town’s historic Old Prison building from Cotswold District Council.
: 18/07/2013 21:54:46
Return of Clare Teal prompts Box Office rush
Following Clare Teal’s huge success at the Sodbury Jazz Festival on 1st June the reaction has been ecstatic. “Brilliant... it was a wonderful evening... we should have more like this in Chipping Sodbu...
: 11/06/2013 10:28:23
Moreton Area Centre adds support to Armed Forces Day
To mark the growing popularity of Armed Forces Day, Cotswold District Council will now be celebrating the event at two venues on Monday 24 June.
As well as staging a special flag raising ceremony ...
: 05/06/2013 09:24:36
Construction set to begin on Fairford flood alleviation scheme
Work is scheduled to begin very soon on a £600,000+ scheme which will provide Fairford with excellent protection from flooding in future years.
From 10 June, workers will be on site in the town to...
: 05/06/2013 09:23:51
Tetbury moves towards establishing a Neighbourhood Plan
Tetbury Town Council, working with Tetbury Upton Parish Council, has submitted a joint proposal to Cotswold District Council to have their two parishes recognised as a ‘neighbourhood area’ – an impor...
: 29/05/2013 20:49:34
Quartet comes to the Cotswolds
Venues across the Cotswold District are in for a treat this May as the star studded movie Quartet - directed by Dustin Hoffman and starring national treasures Maggie Smith, Michael Gambon, Tom Courten...
: 17/04/2013 11:01:36
Search for potential housing, employment and other commercial use land
Residents, landowners, agents and parish councils have until 30 May 2013 to put forward any land or buildings in Cotswold District that they believe have the potential to meet future housing, employme...
: 17/04/2013 11:00:02
Date set for Woodstock Pool opening
Woodstock’s heated outdoor pool opens for the summer season on Saturday 20 April.
In addition to the main 25 metre swimming pool, it has a separate paddling pool for younger children.
: 10/04/2013 15:42:14
Beat Easter holiday boredom at The Sports Club
Kids can beat the holiday boredom this Easter by signing up for a range of Cotswold-wide sports coaching, thanks to The Sports Club.
Daily doses of sport sessions are being hosted at venues across...
: 09/03/2013 00:24:33
MP will kick start English Tourism Week with local calendar launch at Moret
On the eve of English Tourism week, local MP Geoffrey Clifton-Brown will be visiting Cotswold District Council’s Moreton Area Centre (MAC) to launch a special 2014 calendar which features unique views...
: 07/03/2013 09:22:48
CDC praised for achieving biggest Council Tax cut in the country
Local government minister Brandon Lewis MP has heaped praise on Cotswold District Council following their decision on Tuesday to cut Council Tax by 5% for 2013-14.
Mr Lewis, who also has responsibi...
: 01/03/2013 17:38:50
Promoting Literacy in the Cotswolds
Chipping Norton Literary Festival has a strong commitment to removing barriers to books for children. It prides itself on its work with children across the Chipping Norton area, placing authors in ele...
: 21/02/2013 16:55:46
Southrop Parish Council Election - 28 March
Following a request from 10 electors to fill the vacancy for Southrop Parish Council by means of an election, a date for a poll has now been set.
Should there be more than one nomination received...
: 20/02/2013 17:30:43
CDC secures extra £100k to complete flood defence work in Moreton
Cotswold District Council is making very good progress on building better flood defences in the district, and received a significant boost last week when it secured a £100,000 contribution from the En...
: 15/02/2013 12:12:03
Waste collections cancelled this week due to icy weather.
Whilst most main roads are now clear, many side roads, paths and pavements in the Cotswolds remain hazardous following last week’s heavy snowfall on Friday and continuing sub-zero temperatures which h...
: 22/01/2013 19:00:35
Election of Councillor for Moreton-in-Marsh Town Council
Following a request from 10 electors to fill the vacancy for Moreton-in-Marsh Town Council by means of an election, a date for a poll has now been set.
Should there be more than one nomination re...
: 16/01/2013 17:03:54
Cabinet considers big reductions for some car parking tariffs
Cotswold District Council’s Cabinet is proposing big reductions to some car parking tariffs and a cheaper season ticket option which would be welcomed by many motorists and traders across the district...
: 11/01/2013 10:46:53
Cheltenham Police Hope to Get Cyclists Back on Their Bikes
Cheltenham Town Centre are hoping to get cyclists back their bikes this weekend by reuniting owners stolen bicycles at the Police Station on Lansdown Road this Saturday, January 12, between 9am and 2p...
: 10/01/2013 08:06:17
Farewell Plastic Bottle Banks!
Following the successful introduction of a kerbside mixed rigid plastic recycling service in October 2012, Cotswold District Council has announced that it will be withdrawing all plastic bottle recycl...
: 03/01/2013 09:51:31
Election of Councillor for Tetbury Town Council
Following a request from 10 electors to fill the vacancy for Tetbury Town Council by means of an election, a date for a poll has now been set.
Should there be more than one nomination received fo...
: 03/01/2013 09:48:20
Annual Boxing Day Bibury Duck Race 2012
The annual Boxing Day Duck race in the beautiful Cotswolds village of Bibury is due to take place on Boxing Day (26th December) on the River Coln in Bibury. Come and join the fun which usually starts ...
: 20/12/2012 10:23:21
Support anti-cancer appeal fund by recycling your Christmas cards
Cotswold District Council’s Moreton Area Centre is once again inviting residents to recycle their old Christmas cards and benefit a leading local charity.
Staff at the MAC will be collecting old ca...
: 17/12/2012 18:07:36
CDC gives ‘grand’ support to Pudsey Bear and local charities
A recent fundraising event at Cotswold District Council has netted over £1,000 to be shared across three charities.
Staff from the Print and Design Services recently organised a coffee morning, bli...
: 11/12/2012 20:38:57
Tetbury’s 7 December Christmas Lights switch- on gets free parking boost
Cotswold District Council has announced that parking charges at the Church Street and West Street car parks in Tetbury will be suspended after 3 pm on Friday 7 December to tie in with the town’s Chris...
: 06/12/2012 09:33:46
Flooding Threat Recedes in Cotswold District
The Environment Agency has confirmed that the majority of floodwaters in Cotswold district have gradually receded owing to relatively drier conditions following the heavy rain which fell over the last...
: 27/11/2012 16:46:03
Suspect ash tree dieback disease? – contact Forestry Commission
Cotswold District Council is asking the public to be on the lookout for symptoms of dieback disease in ash trees and to report any potential cases to the Forestry Commission.
Although there have be...
: 15/11/2012 11:25:52
Cotswold District runners raised almost £9,000 for Sport Relief
Staff at Cotswold District Council’s dual leisure facilities in Bourton, Chipping Campden, Faiford and Tetbury have just learned that events they staged in the Spring to support Sport Relief have rais...
: 13/11/2012 11:15:10
CDC visitor information strategy provides boost to local Tourism
Despite pressure to cut spending, Cotswold District Council's Cabinet has agreed to continue funding the provision of visitor information services across the district. As well as maintaining current l...
: 07/11/2012 08:23:01
West Oxfordshire’s Visitor Information Centres up for top award
West Oxfordshire’s Buford Visitor Information Centre and Witney Visitor Information Centre are in the running to be crowned the South East’s Tourism Information Service of the Year.
The VICs are t...
: 26/10/2012 11:39:14
Reduce the risk of twilight intruders!
As the public prepares for the clocks going back this weekend, Cotswold District Council and the local police are advising residents to take precautions to ward off potential burglars during the late ...
: 23/10/2012 11:00:38
Charity Christmas cards now available at Museum and Moreton Area Centre
Cotswold District Council's Corinium Museum and Moreton Area Centre are inviting the public to buy Christmas cards which support a range of charities.
Once again, both venues will be selling an imp...
: 19/10/2012 19:01:54
Sacks delivered across district for kerbside plastic recycling
In preparation for the launch of kerbside mixed rigid plastic collections in the Cotswold district next month, special white sacks for storing the materials have now been distributed to most household...
: 21/09/2012 10:06:50