Newsroom July 2017
The new parking permit zones in the west of Cheltenham come into operation on 1st August.
A new stop on Lansdown Road is being introduced for the Arle Court park & ride service to provide convenient pedestrian access to Cheltenham Spa Railway Station.
The Gloucestershire Police and Crime Panel is searching for a highly committed and energetic person from Gloucestershire to help oversee and scrutinise the work of the Police and Crime Commissioner (PCC).
Highfield Road in Lydney will be partially closed for resurfacing from 1st – 11th August. A convoy safety car will be used to manage traffic as the works take place between 7:30am and 5:30pm.
Gloucestershire County Council is holding fostering information sessions throughout the summer for those interested in becoming a foster carer.
Work will start next month on the Bristol Road in Gloucester to resurface the road, improve the layout and make the road more cycle-friendly.
We’ve been looking back at what happened and what we’ve done since to protect our county.
Sherlock Holmes can close up 221b Baker Street and go on holiday because the ‘Animal Agents’ are here for the summer.
Gloucestershire Fire and Rescue Service (GFRS) have added its voice of support to London Fire Brigade’s (LFB) ‘Total Recalls Campaign’.
Twenty five roads around Gloucestershire will be improved this summer to prolong their life.
As part of the county council’s commitment to upgrading highways Bouncer’s Lane near Prestbury is being resurfaced.
Funding from Gloucestershire County Council has meant that a popular cycle path near Maisemore has been repaired and reopened.
Gloucestershire Fire and Rescue Service welcomed a ministerial visit today (6th July).
If you are looking to stop smoking, lose weight, cut down on alcohol or be more active then the county council’s healthy lifestyles service is here to help.
The key roundabout in and out of Cheltenham will be resurfaced over night 18 - 21 July.