From 3 August, Gloucestershire County Council will be installing a new cycle lane along London Road, Cheltenham Road and sections of Estcourt Road in Gloucester, creating a link between Longlevens and the city centre, hospital and railway station.
For the first time in the history of the census, there will be a question on service in the Armed Forces following a campaign led by The Royal British Legion and Poppyscotland, supported by Gloucestershire County Council.
Two families in Gloucestershire are opening up about something they all have in common and feel passionately about. They are foster carers who provide a loving, stable home to siblings, helping them to stay together.
With restrictions easing, staff in Gloucestershire County Council’s registration team have been working tirelessly to process birth registrations, Notices of Marriage and re-organise weddings and civil partnership ceremony dates.
On Wednesday 22 July, cabinet will be asked to agree £2.7m to continue supported housing for adults with serious mental illness, and £1m for a specialist team to work with them to design brand new placements.
As we approach the end of a challenging academic year, head teachers and teachers, working with the county council, are already looking ahead to the autumn as they prepare to welcome all children back to school.
To provide a more complete picture of the number of confirmed cases there has been in the county, the council is today publishing details of cases confirmed via both NHS and PHE testing (Pillar 1) and community testing by commercial partners and the military (Pillar 2).