Newsroom March 2016
Part of Albion Street will soon be made two-way as phase one of Cheltenham's Transport Plan begins.
Residents will have better access to services now that two brand new bus shelters have been installed in the town.
Community groups across the county will receive grants of between £500 and £5000 to spend on local projects which they have developed.
Work has begun to remove silt from ditches and watercourses in the Tewkesbury to help make the town resilient to flooding.
The Gloucestershire Safeguarding Children and Adult's Boards are supporting a community open day in Gloucester on 23rd March.
Gloucestershire County Council has announced additional funding so that phase two of the Moreton-in-Marsh flood alleviation scheme can begin.
Mike and Lindsay West from Winchcombe have recently been highlighted by Gloucestershire County Council as excellent foster carers and role models for the children in their care.
Gloucestershire County Council is asking people to consider if they could make a positive difference to the lives of disabled young people and their families.
The county's Police and Crime Panel has unanimously urged Cotswold District Council (CDC) to rethink their recent announcement about joining West Oxfordshire District Council.
Gloucestershire County Council has set up a new autism support team for children and young people aged between 0-25 years old.
If the Cotswolds joins Oxfordshire, how would that affect the rest of our county? How would it affect council tax for Cotswold residents? These are just some of the questions highlighted in a document published today.
The well used Tewkesbury Boys' Brigade community hall in Newtown has had a disability ramp installed to offer more people access to the much loved community hall.
An extra 100 car parking spaces will be added at Lydney Railway Station as Gloucestershire County Council leases land from Network Rail.
As part of National Apprenticeship Week 2016, Gloucestershire County Council's Adult Education team will be entering a team of apprentices in the Apprenticeship Business Challenge.
Gloucestershire County Council Trading Standards officers have seized large quantities of illegal tobacco from shops in Gloucester and Cheltenham that has a legal price tag of £23,866.
Help is at hand for Gloucestershire people who are thinking about quitting smoking as No Smoking Day comes around this year on the 9th March.
Each year local volunteers help around 5,000 toads cross our county's roads
Plans to stop taxis from using bus lanes in Gloucestershire look set to be dropped by Gloucestershire County Council.
Road markings will be refreshed and a new tactile crossing will be installed during work to improve a popular Coleford street.