Published 15th September 14 in Community and living news
Local authority owned environmental services company Ubico Ltd is sending a group of volunteers to help the Friends of Leckhampton Hill and Charlton Kings Common (FOLK)
Published on 12th September 14 in Council and democracy news
Today the Local Government Minister Kris Hopkins announced that 80 local authorities will share £9 million investment as they join up services and reduce costs for taxpayers.
Published on 12th September 14 in Transport and streets news
From Monday 15 September the Brewery car park at Baynham Way will close permanently.
Published on 11th September 14 in Leisure and culture news
A significant point has been reached in establishing a trust to manage Cheltenham’s leisure and culture services.
Published on 9th September 14 in Tourism and travel news
The Cheltenham Bach Choir and the Göttingen Stadtkantorei are combining once again to present a great choral work at Cheltenham Town Hall on Saturday 8 November at 7.30pm.
Published on 9th September 14 in Planning news
Cheltenham Borough Council has won an appeal made by Nina Salerno, owner of 24 Lansdown Parade, Cheltenham, which is a Grade II listed building.
Published on 8th September 14 in Parental support news
Family life is tough for everyone, so to help make life a little easier, families are being invited to come along to fortnightly coffee mornings at various locations across Cheltenham.
Published on 5th September 14 in Parks and open spaces news
Cheltenham’s hidden gem, the Italian Gardens in Sandford Park, has had a welcome addition thanks to funding of £1,500 from the council’s Community Pride scheme.
Published on 5th September 14 in Planning news
A couple from Cheltenham have been found guilty of failing to comply with a Listed Building Enforcement Notice which required them to remove unauthorised solar panels from their listed barn.
Published on 3rd September 14 in Environment and planning news
Plastic recycling has proven to be a big hit with local residents and now the service looks set to stay.
Published on 3rd September 14 in Housing news
The latest housing figures for Cheltenham show a significant increase in housing stock for the first time since the economic downturn began in 2008.
Published on 3rd September 14 in Children and family care news
A free 'book bank' scheme to help encourage families to read at home is asking for members of the public to donate suitable children’s books as well as books aimed at teenagers.
Published on 2nd September 14 in Recycling, rubbish and waste news
Residents affected by road closures due to Severn Trent sewer work are being asked to keep their bins and recycling boxes out, rather than taking them back in if it appears they've not been collected.
Published on 22nd August 14 in Advice and benefits news
Two cases of benefit fraud, coming to a total of £28k of falsely claimed money, have been won by Cheltenham Borough Council at court this month.
Published on 20th August 14 in Community and living news
Cheltenham’s local organisations are now able to bid for money to deliver projects that will help improve the health and wellbeing of the people of Cheltenham.
Published on 20th August 14 in Parks and open spaces news
After fantastic feedback from residents, officers from the council’s green space development team would like to thank everyone who took the time to praise the urban meadows project.
Published on 14th August 14 in Environment and planning news
A local contractor has been fined after destroying a privately owned hornbeam tree.
Published on 12th August 14 in Leisure and culture news
On Sunday 10 August at 12pm Cheltenham made its attempt to set the Guinness World Records title for the 'Most people Jiving simultaneously' on the Promenade in the town centre.
Published on 12th August 14 in leisure@cheltenham news
Leisure-at-cheltenham staff are looking to get people involved in beneficial Beginner and Intermediate Pilates programme, with sessions available from early September.
Published on 11th August 14 in Dog warden service news
Dog action days at Springfields Park, Springbank and at Clyde Crescent in Whaddon have helped dog owners learn more about responsible dog ownership.
Published on 11th August 14 in Recycling, rubbish and waste news
The refuse and recycling collection schedule will change slightly as a result of the August bank holiday.
Published on 7th August 14 in Extra-curricular activities news
Day trips to exciting attractions and activities across many of Cheltenham’s local parks will keep the children entertained during the summer holidays, thanks to the council's play development team.
Published on 6th August 14 in Community and living news
Over £45,000 of community pride funding will be shared out between eighteen groups in Cheltenham to improve and enhance their local area.
Published on 6th August 14 in Youth support news
Cheltenham Borough Council is pleased to announce that fifteen community-based organisations have secured funding to deliver youth work through the Positive Activities Fund.
Published on 4th August 14 in Community and living news
Local stories and memories can be shared using a new website commemorating the First World War.
Published on 4th August 14 in Volunteering - information and advice news
Six employees at Cheltenham Borough Council, including chief executive, Andrew North, will volunteer at the Cheltenham Animal Shelter as part of the council’s employee volunteering scheme.
Published on 31st July 14 in Leisure and culture news
Dinosaur footprints will soon be appearing across The Promenade, the High Street and near Chester Walk in Cheltenham town centre.
Published on 31st July 14 in Leisure and culture news
Pittville Park to host fun packed day
Published on 29th July 14 in Exhibitions news
Organisers of Paws in the Park 2014 are inviting dogs and their families to join in the fun for the eleventh year in the event’s history.
Published on 25th July 14 in Parks and open spaces news
Hatherley Park, Naunton Park, Springfields Park and Montpellier Gardens have again been given the green flag award from Keep Britain Tidy.