Full steam ahead after Lib Dem council backs rail study

Plans to build a new railway line from Kemble to Cirencester are back on track after councillors agreed to bridge a funding gap.

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Championing Mental Health in the Cotswolds

Lib Dem-run Cotswold District Council is committed to improving the mental health of communities, tackling some of the wider determinants of good mental health and preventing mental illness.

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Council pledges to tackle domestic abuse in rural communities

Lib Dem-run Cotswold District Council will continue its work to raise awareness around domestic abuse and improving access to support services in rural communities to ensure the Cotswolds are a safe place for all. 

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Lib Dem Council leader confirms future commitment to EU residents

EU residents of the Cotswolds will receive a letter from the leader of Cotswold District Council this week, confirming the council’s commitment to European residents that they remain welcome in the Cotswolds and will continue to be welcomed in the future.

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Missing Link - have your say!

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People are being urged to have their say about new 'Missing Link' proposals.

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Lib Dems announce launch date for new waste service

A new date has been announced for the launch of Cotswold District Council’s increased waste collection by the Lib Dem administration.

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Assurances sought the recycling won't be burnt in 'No Deal'

Lib Dem Council leader, Cllr Joe Harris, is seeking assurances from Gloucestershire County Council that the Cotswolds’ recyclable materials won’t be sent to the Javelin Park incinerator in the case of a no-deal Brexit.

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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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