Newsroom October 2016
The work will be carried out in two phases to minimise disruption to the Cheltenham General Hospital.
Gloucestershire County Council is taking a joined up approach to helping people lead healthier lifestyles, including support to stop smoking and lose weight.
A new one stop shop for reporting road safety concerns in Gloucestershire is launching this week.
Residents and businesses in Gloucestershire are being invited to contribute to a major survey of broadband availability across the county.
Work will begin later this week to lay more than 3000 square meters of new road surface.
Road resurfacing work on the A438 will be carried out in three phases to minimise disruption and allow the area near the war memorial to be clear for visitors on Remembrance Day.
Gloucestershire County Council has welcomed a partnership approach to tackle long standing congestion on the A46 and the improvement of J9 of the M5.
The B4234 in the Forest of Dean is due to reopen on Friday 4th November following crucial geotechnical repairs over the summer.
Vital public transport links in the Forest of Dean are being protected following feedback from local people.
Councils across Gloucestershire have celebrated 10 years of partnership working with the sixth edition of the Gloucestershire Charter launched earlier this year.
The A46 at Coopers Hill is beginning to show signs of deterioration so Gloucestershire County Council is taking steps to keep it safe and keep traffic flowing.
Work continues to replace the weakened northbound bridge on the A38 at Berkeley following the completion of phase one.
Following the completion of recent drainage work near Blakeney on the A48 the road will now be resurfaced.
Gloucestershire Fire and Rescue Service is calling on people to be careful when using candles and how to deal with a burn as part of two national awareness events.
To minimise traffic disruption for local people, a brand new road surface will be laid during the school holidays.
Up Hatherley Library will be closed from 26th November - 10th December 2016 whilst it is refurbished and new technology is installed.
Patching works to improve the road surface in Tetbury will be taking place over two days this month.
Gloucestershire's Trading Standards and Fire & Rescue Services are warning people of the dangers of using cheap electrical chargers following recent incidents.
After concerns from residents, new permit parking is planned for Lansdown, the West End and near the train station in Cheltenham this winter.
The public consultation on how the sexual health services should be run in the future closes on 23rd October. You have two more weeks to share your views.
Have you ever wondered about adopting but you're not sure where to start? Now's your chance to find out more about how the process can be.
Gloucestershire Library service is celebrating the most successful summer reading challenge in five years and would like to congratulate all participants who took part.
This is an archived news story from October 2016
A principal social worker from Gloucestershire County Council has been selected as a finalist in the social worker of the year awards 2016 as a result of their outstanding work and leadership skills.
Joining the fight against flu, Gloucestershire County Council is encouraging everyone in the county to get vaccinated if they are at risk.
Work continues in Cheltenham today to replace temporary tarmac repairs with the original quality paving slabs.
To mark World Mental Health Day (10th October), Gloucestershire Libraries will have special displays and events promoting the popular reading well books on prescription scheme.
Gloucestershire County Council's library service is ready to celebrate Get Online Week this month, as libraries across the county try to help more residents use the internet.
The first area of the Fastershire phase 2 rollout across the Cotswolds has already reached its halfway mark.
Gloucestershire County Council's music service, Gloucestershire Music, is supporting local school children with the chance to play a musical instrument.
Gloucestershire County Council is inviting carers to take part in a national survey to find out more about their vital role.
Parents and carers of children making the step up to 'big school' next September have until midnight on 31st October to apply.
With the chilly mornings already here, Gloucestershire County Council is preparing for the winter ahead.
Gloucestershire County Council is to start work this week to resurface Oxstalls Way, Longlevens.
Gloucestershire County Council is undergoing essential work next week to Valiant Way in Brockworth to resurface the road and installing bollards to stop lorries from parking on the roadside.
Gloucestershire Music, part of the county council, will be taking three county youth music groups to the prestigious Music for Youth's Proms at the Royal Albert Hall this November.
Calling all animal lovers! What pets do you have? Come and join in the festive fun and see your pet displayed!
With the darker nights, colder weather and wetter roads drawing in, Gloucestershire Road Safety Partnership is urging motorists to use flower power to stay safe on the roads.
This year's reading passport challenge will feature a selection of the most iconic authors from the past 100 years.
To celebrate 400 years of William Shakespeare, Gloucestershire libraries will be hosting theatre productions of the bard's works.