With the walk to neighbourhood testing facility in Barton and Tredworth centre continuing to work well, people who work in Gloucester city, as well as those who live there, are now being invited to get tested.
As part of the Government’s new Kickstart scheme, Gloucestershire County Council has brought together employers from all sectors to offer over 300 job opportunities to 16 to 24 year olds across the county.
Gloucestershire County Council has brought forward the next stage of construction of the West Cheltenham Transport Improvement Scheme (WCTIS) which includes £1.6million of walking and cycling improvements, with work starting in January 2021.
Following the government’s announcement of a new national lockdown, Gloucestershire County Council is working closely with schools to ensure all children across the county can continue their education.
Following the Government announcement, Gloucestershire along with the rest of England has now entered national restrictions and residents must stay at home. In line with this, the county council has updated its list of service changes.