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Help shape LGBT activities in Cheltenham

Published 10th February 16 in Community and living news

February is LGBT History Month and the LGBT Partnership is holding a workshop to share their findings of their research on what’s available and needed in Cheltenham for the LGBT community.

Cabinet approves budget with late adjustment

five pound notes

Published on 10th February 16 in Council budgets and spending news

Last night cabinet approved the budget proposals which will now go to full council on 12 February for final approval.

Capture our town to celebrate twinning

annecy town hall

Published on 10th February 16 in Town twinning news

To celebrate 60 years of twinning between the twin towns of Cheltenham and Annecy, a photo competition is being organised with the theme ‘I Present My Town’.

First pieces of equipment installed at Pittville play area

Design for new Pittville Park play area

Published on 9th February 16 in Parks and open spaces news

A milestone has been reached in the Pittville play area project with the first pieces of equipment being installed.

Cheltenham’s High Street gets new trees and planters

A picture of the shops on the high street. Looking down from Top shop

Published on 8th February 16 in Transport and streets news

Five new trees in planters are being installed on Cheltenham’s High Street this week as part of improvement works by the borough and county council.

Make a good choice when eating out - #WheresTheSticker

banner for the food hygiene rating scheme

Published on 8th February 16 in Environmental health news

This month the Food Standards Agency (FSA) launches a campaign to encourage people to make an informed choice by asking ‘where’s the sticker’ if one is not displayed.

Don’t miss out on a brown bin discount

cartoon child raking leaves next to a brown wheelie bin

Published on 8th February 16 in Recycling, rubbish and waste news

More households than ever signed up to the garden waste scheme last year.

Cheltenham's clubs and bars say 'no' to legal highs

half empty beer glass in public house

Published on 4th February 16 in Health and social care news

At a recent meeting of Cheltenham’s Night Safe (pubwatch) group, the trade unanimously voted in favour of banning all forms of legal highs in Cheltenham’s night-time economy.

Please only recycle your quality aluminium foil

Published on 4th February 16 in Recycling - information and advice news

Take-up for five aluminium foil recycling points around Cheltenham borough has for the most part been incredibly positive since it was publicised in November 2015.

Budget aims to build a prosperous town

White piggy bank with black flower design

Published on 2nd February 16 in Council and democracy news

Final budget proposals which will go before Cheltenham Borough Council on 12 February are focused on making Cheltenham “the most prosperous, vibrant and welcoming town that it can be”, according to cabinet member for finance, Cllr John Rawson.

Celebrate LGBT history month this February

LGBT history month logo

Published on 1st February 16 in Community and living news

This year sees Cheltenham celebrate LGBT History Month for the first time with a series of exciting events and workshops.

Pancake social for local families group

Stack of pancakes

Published on 1st February 16 in Children and family care news

Local parents and carers in St Paul’s are invited to come along to a free pancake social on Thursday 4 February from 9am to 10.45am.

Light a beacon for the Queen's 90th birthday

Beacon on a hill

Published on 29th January 16 in Leisure and culture news

Her Majesty The Queen is celebrating her 90th birthday on 21 April 2016 and to mark this occasion community groups are invited to take part in the lighting of beacons on that day.

Popular book bank scheme continues to inspire

Inspiring Families logo

Published on 28th January 16 in Education and learning news

Three years since launching, the free 'book bank' scheme to help encourage families to read at home is still proving popular.

#NVRD - Join the drive and register to vote today

box containing a black cross

Published on 27th January 16 in Council and democracy news

Cheltenham Borough Council wants to encourage anyone not yet registered to vote, to take advantage of National Voter Registration Drive next week and go online to register.

Council prosecutes the Everyman Theatre for health and safety breach

A wooden gavel on top of a document

Published on 27th January 16 in Health and safety news

At Cheltenham Magistrates court on Monday, Cheltenham Borough Council successfully prosecuted the Everyman Theatre.

Council appoints director of place and economic development

Tim Atkins, managing director of place and economic development

Published on 21st January 16 in Environment and planning news

Cheltenham Borough Council is pleased to announce the appointment of a new managing director of place and economic development.

Recycling is all sorted

Green kerbside recycling box

Published on 21st January 16 in Environment and planning news

New short film shows benefits of separating recycling.

Partners offer support and advice to Cheltenham Guardians

half empty beer glass in public house

Published on 19th January 16 in Community and living news

Concern by statutory bodies over Cheltenham Guardians’ activities and procedures has been widely reported locally.

Crowdfunding gets underway for Pittville play area

Design for new Pittville Park play area

Published on 19th January 16 in Parks and open spaces news

Friends of Pittville are actively supporting Cheltenham Borough Council’s plan to rejuvenate Pittville Park play area and have launched an exciting crowdfunding campaign.

Possible snow and ice - advice on waste collections

Snow covered tree branches

Published on 15th January 16 in Recycling - collections news

The cold weather has arrived at last and brought the chance of wintery showers.

Possible snow and ice - advice on waste collections

snow

Published on 14th January 16 in Environment and planning news

The Met Office has issued a yellow weather warning, indicating that there may be chances of snowfall in the county.

Don't stand by - Holocaust remembrance day 2016

holocaust memorial day logo

Published on 14th January 16 in Community and living news

An act of remembrance for those who died in the Holocaust will be held on Wednesday 27 January at 6.30pm, at the Municipal Offices.

Students to help thin Benhall Woods

walking boot stepping into a scene of grass and trees

Published on 14th January 16 in Parks and open spaces news

Arboriculture students from Pershore College are assisting the council with the thinning of Benhall Woods in order to ensure the wood’s survival and improvement in the longer term.

Still time to bid for a share of Late Night Levy cash

money

Published on 12th January 16 in Environment and planning news

Deadline: 5pm, 29 January 2016

Worried about rising energy costs?

Newly built red  brick building against blue sky with fluffy white cloud

Published on 7th January 16 in Community and living news

Join the Big Community Switch

They deserve a medal!

The Cheltenham Medal of Honour on a black background

Published on 7th January 16 in Council and democracy news

Nominate your hero for the Cheltenham Medal of Honour.

Have your say over spending proposals

Giving money (courtesy of www.freeimages.co.uk)

Published on 6th January 16 in Council and democracy news

Thursday 14 January, 7pm at the Municipal Offices

New Year, new play area for Pittville Park

Design for new Pittville Park play area

Published on 5th January 16 in Parks and open spaces news

An exciting few months gets underway from Monday 11 January when work starts on the new play area for Pittville Park.

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