Published 27th April 16 in Recycling, rubbish and waste news
As it’s the early May bank holiday this weekend, the council’s waste collection provider, Ubico, is reminding residents of their alternative collection days.
Published on 26th April 16 in Markets news
The International Street Market which has swept Scandinavia with a feast of foodie fun is on its way to the Promenade in Cheltenham, aiming to build on the success of the last event.
Published on 26th April 16 in Parks and open spaces news
A thriving partnership between the council’s green space development team and a group of Green Space Volunteers, has received a significant boost from Waitrose Cheltenham.
Published on 26th April 16 in Equality and diversity news
On Tuesday 17 May, join in the celebrations for International Day against Homophobia, Biphobia and Transphobia.
Published on 21st April 16 in Council and democracy news
Information about all Police and Crime Commissioner (PCC) candidates across the country has now been published.
Published on 19th April 16 in Urban design news
On Saturday, a poetry ‘walking workshop’ was held to create a poem about the Minster alleyways and the surrounding area which will be incorporated into the final public art.
Published on 19th April 16 in Environment and planning news
Deadline for applications: 5pm, Friday 22 April 2016
Published on 13th April 16 in Leisure and culture news
To celebrate the 90th birthday of Her Majesty The Queen The Cheltenham Trust has organised an event at The Pittville Pump Room.
Published on 13th April 16 in Parks and open spaces news
Thanks to Friends of Pittville and a grant from Gloucestershire Environment Trust the aviaries in Pittville Park are being refurbished.
Published on 12th April 16 in Parks and open spaces news
With less than two weeks to go before the Queen celebrates her 90th birthday, Cheltenham Borough Council is pleased to announce plans to light a beacon at a special event on Thursday 21 April.
Published on 12th April 16 in Licences and street trading news
The Council and the Police & Crime Commissioner are spending tens of thousands of pounds to continue to promote a safe, well managed and diverse night-time economy in Cheltenham.
Published on 11th April 16 in Town twinning news
There’s still time to enter a photo competition which celebrates 60 years of twinning between the twin towns of Cheltenham and Annecy.
Published on 8th April 16 in Anti social behaviour and nuisance news
A group of support and enforcement agencies have come together to address the antisocial issues often associated with street drinkers and rough sleepers.
Published on 7th April 16 in Community and living news
The deadline to register acts for this years Midsummer Fiesta is Monday 18 April.
Published on 7th April 16 in Cycling news
Cheltenham Borough Council has installed a bike pump for members of the public to use.
Published on 6th April 16 in Animal welfare news
Cheltenham Borough Council will be carrying out an urban gull egg replacement programme in May this year and are asking residents to inform them of where the gull nests are so they can be included.
Published on 5th April 16 in Transport and streets news
Ten historical phone boxes in the heart of Cheltenham’s town centre are being restored and rejuvenated as part of a new public art campaign celebrating the 300th anniversary of spa waters being found in the town.
Published on 4th April 16 in Environment and planning news
Cheltenham Borough Council has successfully prosecuted a local resident, Mr Tetronetto of 15 St Georges Street, Cheltenham, for fly tipping.
Published on 31st March 16 in Transport and streets news
Part of Albion Street will soon be made two-way as phase one of Cheltenham’s Transport Plan begins.
Published on 31st March 16 in Recycling - residential collections news
From this week food waste in Cheltenham will be collected in specialised food waste vehicles, separately from household waste.
Published on 30th March 16 in Council and democracy news
Deadline for nominations: 4pm, Thursday 7 April 2016
Published on 29th March 16 in Community and living news
An exciting new festival to celebrate children will run for the first time this year, free of charge.
Published on 24th March 16 in Community and living news
More than 800 volunteers gave a spring clean to 45 areas across Cheltenham ahead of the Queen’s 90th birthday and they have done an incredible job.
Published on 24th March 16 in Community and living news
Cheltenham could play host to the country’s biggest professional cycle race in 2017, if the town’s proposal is successful.
Published on 23rd March 16 in Community and living news
Encouraging children to eat healthy, inexpensive meals is the idea behind a new recipe sharing initiative.
Council’s response to Gloucestershire Association for Voluntary and Community Action (GAVCA) closure
Published on 22nd March 16 in Community and living news
A letter has been issued today (22 March) from the Trustees of GAVCA announcing their decision to cease operations with a view to dissolving the charity.
Published on 22nd March 16 in Parks and open spaces news
Pittville Park’s new play area is set to be completed in one phase.
Published on 18th March 16 in Grants news
Cheltenham Borough Council and Gloucestershire County Council are pleased to announce that community-based organisations are now able to bid for money to deliver positive activities for young people.
Published on 18th March 16 in Grants - community facilities news
Cheltenham Borough Council is now inviting applications for a pot of funding worth £30,000 that is ready to be allocated to support community pride projects across Cheltenham.
Published on 16th March 16 in Community and living news
Local volunteers are all set for one of the biggest clean ups yet, as the nationwide campaign ‘Clean for the Queen’ kicks off in earnest this weekend.