Published 11th December 13 in Leisure and culture news
A milestone has now been reached in the creation of a new leisure and culture trust in Cheltenham.
Published on 11th December 13 in Business news
Gloucester City Council (GCC) and Cheltenham Borough Council (CBC) have reaffirmed their commitment to a prosperous and thriving airport in Gloucestershire.
Published on 11th December 13 in Council budgets and spending news
Cheltenham Borough Council’s cabinet is proposing to freeze its share of council tax and its car park charges for the fourth year running.
Published on 11th December 13 in Extra-curricular activities news
A girls only badminton course is starting at leisure@ in the New Year.
Published on 10th December 13 in Civic recognition and awards news
Cheltenham Borough Council is offering the public a chance to pay their own personal tribute to Nelson Mandela by setting up a book of condolence.
Published on 10th December 13 in Grants - community facilities news
Residents in the St Peters ward and The Moors estate in Cheltenham are celebrating the first funding success from the Big Local project.
Published on 4th December 13 in Community centres and facilities news
A football project aimed at engaging young people in St Pauls has proved to be a great success following a successful summer launch. The project now provides indoor facilities for the winter months.
Published on 4th December 13 in Planning enforcement news
Cheltenham Borough Council is contacting all known local estate agents and letting agents reminding them of the regulations on the correct usage of advertising boards.
Published on 3rd December 13 in Fitness news
The team at leisure@ want to help you kick start your New Year resolutions with two new exercise classes.
Published on 29th November 13 in Leisure and culture news
Cheltenham’s new leisure and culture trust is one step closer to becoming a reality after the search for its chair of the board of trustees has concluded this week.
Published on 28th November 13 in Charities news
Mayor of Cheltenham, Councillor Wendy Flynn, will be inviting guests to join her at Cheltenham Racecourse on Friday 13 December in order to raise money for her chosen charities.
Published on 27th November 13 in Food news
Good company, great food, Christmas crackers and all the trimmings are usually the ingredients for a great meal out during the festive season.
Published on 26th November 13 in Parking news
On-street parking and park and ride buses in Gloucestershire will be free on 7th December as part of a campaign to support local businesses.
Published on 26th November 13 in Recycling, rubbish and waste news
Cheltenham Borough Council want to remind residents that the refuse and recycling collection schedule will change slightly over the Christmas period.
Published on 26th November 13 in Parks and open spaces - maintenance news
Some of Cheltenham’s busiest roads and roundabouts are to benefit from trial ‘urban meadow’ planting, following the success this year of similar planting in Gloucester’s Eastern Avenue.
Published on 22nd November 13 in Healthy living news
Award winning health walks scheme ‘Walk Well’ will be taking a short break over the festive period, but will be starting again in the New Year ready to burn any excess gained over the holiday period.
Published on 21st November 13 in Environment and planning news
Planners at Cheltenham Borough Council have published responses to a recent consultation on what should be included in the Cheltenham Plan.
Published on 20th November 13 in Markets news
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Published on 19th November 13 in Arts and entertainment news
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Published on 15th November 13 in Planning news
Cheltenham town centre is soon to benefit from new pedestrian signage that will make understanding directions and destinations much easier.
Published on 14th November 13 in Community and living news
Thursday 21 November, 7.30 – 9.30pm at the University of Gloucestershire, Park Campus, (Room TC007), The Park, Cheltenham
Published on 14th November 13 in Council and democracy news
Thousands of people across Cheltenham are being asked to put aside a couple of minutes – and register to vote.
Published on 13th November 13 in Community and living news
This weekend, council worker, Hannah Wright, will embark on the adventure of a lifetime to raise £3,000 for local charity, Cotswold Riding for the Disabled.
Published on 13th November 13 in Museums and galleries news
Cheltenham is proving to be a town of art and culture lovers, with over 500 people a day paying a visit to the newly-opened art gallery and museum.
Published on 11th November 13 in Voluntary organisations news
Local group, Strawberry Singers, will be starting new singing sessions at six care homes around the borough, thanks to a funding boost from Cheltenham Borough Council’s Community Pride Fund.
Published on 7th November 13 in Historic sites and monuments news
Ten historic phone boxes in the heart of Cheltenham’s town centre are to be restored and rejuvenated, thanks to a funding bid from the council that has been supported by the Cheltenham Arts Panel.
Published on 4th November 13 in Extra-curricular activities news
Young people in the Hesters Way area of Cheltenham can now benefit from a new Doorstep Sports Club, thanks to funding secured by Cheltenham Borough Council through Street Games.
Published on 25th October 13 in Community safety news
In the run up to Halloween and bonfire night, organisations around Cheltenham have come together to help vulnerable adults feel safe in their homes and communities.
Published on 25th October 13 in Recycling, rubbish and waste news
Year one children from Rowanfield Infant School took part in a litter pick during a local area walk around King George Fifth Playing Field, as part of their project 'Litter Bugs'.
Published on 23rd October 13 in Leisure and culture news
Children can look forward to some spooky fun during the half term with a family fun session being held at leisure@.