Gloucestershire council leaders frustrated by no deal confusion

The leaders of Cheltenham Borough Council and Cotswold District Council have today spoken out at the lack of clarity offered by the Government on a no-deal Brexit and the impact it could have on Council finances. 

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Save Cheltenham A&E

Gloucestershire's NHS bosses have let slip that they are looking to close Cheltenham's Accident and Emergency, downgrading the department to a GP led Urgent Treatment Centre. 

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District Council purchases high profile Cirencester property

Lib Dem run Cotswold District Council has purchased a major town centre property in Cirencester. 

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Giving Gloucestershire's youth a voice

Gloucestershire’s Liberal Democrats are bringing a motion to the next County Council meeting calling for the introduction of a Gloucestershire Youth Council. 

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New Council meeting dates announced by Lib Dems

The new Lib Dem administration at Cotswold District Council have published new times and dates for Council and Committee meetings to make it easier for people to attend.

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Lib Dems present leadership team at Cotswold District Council

The new Liberal Democrat administration at Cotswold District Council have announced their new leadership team at the authority.

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Cotswold Lib Dems Win District Council

Cotswold residents decide they deserve better and elect Cotswold Lib Dems to run District.

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Cotswold Lib Dems launch local election campaign

“You deserve better!” - that’s the call from local Liberal Democrats as they launch their bid to take control of Cotswold District Council in the local elections on May 2nd.

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Ray paints the town!

When Cllr Ray Brassington (Four Acres Ward) heard that vandals had sprayed obscene graffiti in the underpass below Tetbury Road, rather than wait on the Council to sort it out he leapt into action.

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Lisa Spivey calls for action on rural crime and policing

Whilst our villages are great places to live, work and visit, something needs to be done about rural crime. That’s according to local campaigner, Lisa Spivey.

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