Newsroom January 2016
Gloucestershire County Council's cabinet will discuss changes to local bus services in Cheltenham and Tewkesbury as part of a bid to make £75million savings over the next three years.
The case against a trader who targeted an elderly Gloucestershire resident was heard by Cheltenham Magistrates on Monday 25th January 2016.
Recommendations by Gloucestershire Fire and Rescue Service (GFRS) will be considered at the next cabinet meeting on Wednesday 3rd February.
With the council required to find £75million savings over the next three years, local transport services need to be affordable and prioritise people who depend on it most.
Gloucestershire County Council should increase council tax to raise more money for vulnerable people. That's the majority view of those who took part in the recent budget consultation.
Lakers School is taking immediate action to accelerate pupil progress and drive up the quality of teaching
Foster carers, Donna and Adam of Evesham are being recognised for their dedication and commitment to a teenager in their care who is now studying for her A levels.
Gloucestershire County Council has launched a new 'Community Chest Fund' and is now inviting applications for grants.
Gloucestershire County Council is asking local people for their views on proposed changes to services for vulnerable families with young children.
Over 80 musicians from Gloucestershire are set to entertain families with music from some iconic films.
Two new music sessions in Coleford and Tetbury are being launched for young people to try their hand at music technology or being part of a band.
Gilders Transport Ltd, of Marlborough Cottage, Gretton Field were at Cheltenham Magistrates court on Wednesday 6th January to answer to nine offences relating to the handling of animal by products.
The recycling centre will close temporarily from 29th January to 5th February while the access road is improved.
Sightings of a very rare bird has bird watchers excited after being spotted at a new city council reserve.
There is still time for parents to apply for a primary school place online or by returning their form by 15th January, 2016
Gloucestershire County Council is encouraging people to sign up in the next round of the Big Community Switch and save money on their energy bills.
As temperatures drop and weather worsens, staying safe on the county's country roads is even more important at this time of year.
Gloucestershire County Council will carry out survey work this month for the proposed A40 Benhall bus lane scheme.
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