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Gloucestershire County Council agree to form a highways and biodiversity working group, aiming to protect and encourage endangered species of plant and wildlife to flourish in grass verges.
To help keep Gloucestershire moving, the county council will lay a brand new road surface along a main route between Gloucester and Newent.
Daytime piling work at Over Roundabout will take place this weekend (Sunday 24 June) to help crews speed up the work. A road closure will be in place on the A40 westbound between Over and Longford.
Highways crews will be in Coleford at the B4028 Gloucester Road doing vital resurfacing work as part of Gloucestershire County Council’s £150 million investment into the county’s highways.
Donnington Brewery Bridge at Upper Swell has reopened this week following major reconstruction by Gloucestershire County council.
Colwell Arts Orchestra will be performing at Ribston Hall School from 7:30pm on Wednesday 20th June.
Gloucestershire is set to get musical as more than 500 local performers come together for four days of concerts.
Gloucestershire County Council and Finlay Community School are asking people to have their say on plans to permanently increase the school’s intake from September next year.
This year’s Summer Reading Challenge is Mischief Makers; celebrating the 80th anniversary of the much-loved comic, Beano.
The Forest of Dean based school is working with the county council to make improvements after being given an inadequate rating by Ofsted.
The county council has launched a new website that shows the parking options available throughout Gloucestershire on one easy to use map.
A429 is being resurfaced overnight as part of Gloucestershire County Council’s £150 million promise to upgrade your highways.
Chalford Hill Primary School officially opens two new classrooms today.
Hard working social workers and improved management were headlines from the most recent Ofsted visit.
Newnham High Street is being resurfaced overnight as part of Gloucestershire County Council’s £150 million promise to upgrade the county’s highways.
School is a challenge for some children, particularly those with learning difficulties or who struggle to cope with life at school. Gloucestershire County Council is asking for your views on how they can support them better.
An ‘outstanding’ school has been appointed as the sponsor for a brand new school in Cheltenham.
Appointment of a new contractor to takeover the maintenance of Gloucestershire’s 3,000 miles of highway is on track and moving forward to the next stage.
Launching today, 4th June, the #PoisoningPrevention campaign aims to reduce the number of children under five from being accidentally poisoned.
Today, Saturday 2nd June 2018, it has been announced that 11 local volunteer groups have won The Queen’s Award for Voluntary Service.
Repairs will take place this summer on a key route into Cheltenham.