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Cemetery and crematorium chapel

Public feedback will help shape future of cemetery and crematorium

Published 28th August 15 in Deaths, funerals and cremations news

Following a recent consultation, residents have shown their support for a new chapel and crematorium.

Historic phone boxes given new life

phone boxes

Published on 18th August 15 in Community and living news

Ten historic phone boxes in the heart of Cheltenham’s town centre are to be restored and rejuvenated.

Changes to waste and recycling collections over bank holiday

Recycling and waste bins

Published on 18th August 15 in Recycling, rubbish and waste news

With the bank holiday fast approaching, Cheltenham’s residents are reminded of the slight alterations to waste and recycling collections.

Views wanted on changes to animal welfare licences

dog showing teeth

Published on 13th August 15 in Environment and planning news

The council is updating the conditions for animal welfare licences for pet venders (pet shops), dog breeders and animal boarding establishments in Cheltenham.

Big Local - Picnic in the Park

Adults and children in front of a brightly coloured bouncy castle

Published on 11th August 15 in Community and living news

- Saturday 15 August, 12pm – 4pm - Elmfield Park

Your views wanted on lower high street regeneration

Sketch of proposed view of St George's square

Published on 11th August 15 in Urban design news

Cheltenham Borough Council’s townscape team is looking at a number of ways to regenerate the public realm environment of the lower high street.

Views wanted on the future of Shopmobility in Cheltenham

shopmobility scooter

Published on 4th August 15 in Community transport services news

Cheltenham’s Shopmobility is moving offices and the council is taking this opportunity to review the service and the way it’s provided, as well as its future location.

Residents should be on their guard as callers claim to be 'from the council'

Woman wearing a bright pink cardigan holding a mobile phone to her ear and writing on a sheet of paper

Published on 30th July 15 in Council and democracy news

Cheltenham Borough Council is reminding residents to be on their guard as hoax callers are claiming to be ‘from the council’.

Cheltenham’s parks amongst the best in the country

View over the lake at Hatherley Park

Published on 28th July 15 in Parks and open spaces - information and advice news

Montpellier Gardens, Hatherley Park, Naunton Park and Springfields Park are amongst the best in the country – and that’s official.

Look out for your household enquiry form

Voting form and pencil

Published on 28th July 15 in Elections - electoral register news

Over the next week, every household in Cheltenham should receive an enquiry form from the Electoral Registration Office.

Paws in the Park celebrates 12 years of family fun

girl in a summer dress with her white dog

Published on 27th July 15 in Parks and open spaces events news

Organisers of Paws in the Park 2015 are inviting dogs and their families to join in the fun for the twelfth year in the event’s history.

Families enjoy a healthy summer thanks to veggie boxes

Volunteers
Vegetable boxes

Published on 23rd July 15 in Community and living news

Tasty meals will be even healthier this summer, as a new scheme is launched to offer veggie boxes to low income families.

Twinning visit celebrates 64 years of friendship with twin town

Gottingen market place

Published on 21st July 15 in Town twinning news

More than 80 Cheltenham residents will be setting off for Göttingen on Friday 24 July for a week-long visit returning on Friday 31 July.

Views sought on options for improving Cheltenham's cemetery and crematorium

cemetery

Published on 20th July 15 in Deaths, funerals and cremations news

Public consultation runs from 20 July to 16 August

Photo competition launched to capture Cheltenham’s beautiful urban meadows

Girl running through wildflwoer urban meadow in Pittville Park

Published on 17th July 15 in Parks and open spaces news

Cheltenham’s urban meadows are beginning to flower and promise to be even bigger and better this year.

Can businesses boost Pittville Park play area plans?

People at Pittville Park play area

Published on 15th July 15 in Parks and open spaces news

Cheltenham Borough Council has big plans in store for its most popular play area at Pittville Park and is asking businesses if they would like to support them with their vision.

Business plans and hopes for the future are shared with committee

swimming pool

Published on 14th July 15 in Councillors, democracy and elections news

Sandford Parks Lido welcomed an opportunity to share their future plans with a group of councillors at a recent Overview and Scrutiny meeting.

Sky-high courage to raise funds for Mayor’s charities

sun in the sky

Published on 10th July 15 in Community and living news

Cheltenham’s Mayoress, Helen Smith will team up with Alex Chalk MP, as they take part in an unforgettable sky-dive on Sunday 12 July.

Sharing council services - public consultation begins

Two different sized magnifying glasses lying on a printed sheet of paper

Published on 8th July 15 in Council and democracy news

Share your views on 2020 Vision, by 15 September

The biggest free festival in Cheltenham returns for its fifth year

People in Montpellier Gardens

Published on 1st July 15 in Leisure and culture news

Saturday 4 July, 12pm-9pm, Montpellier Gardens

Flag to fly at half-mast

municipal offices

Published on 29th June 15 in Council and democracy news

The flag on Cheltenham Borough Council’s Municipal Offices will be flying at half-mast this week in memory of the British victims in the Tunisian attack.

Location revealed for new council offices

Delta Place in Bath Road

Published on 25th June 15 in Council and democracy news

Council staff are one step closer to moving out of the Municipal Offices as Cheltenham Borough Council reveals it has acquired new office accommodation at Delta Place, 27 Bath Road, Cheltenham.

Service to mark 70th anniversary of VJ Day

St Marys Church

Published on 25th June 15 in Council and democracy news

15 August at 1pm, St Mary's Minster

Have your say on the plan for Cheltenham’s future

form

Published on 22nd June 15 in Planning news

- Consultation runs from 22 June to 3 August 2015

Plants for sale at council's nursery

plants at the nursery

Published on 17th June 15 in Parks and open spaces news

Cheltenham’s environmental and waste management company Ubico are holding an end of season plant sale at the council’s nursery.

Flying the flag for our armed forces

municipal offices

Published on 16th June 15 in Mayoral invitations news

- Monday 22 June 2015, 11am, at the Municipal Offices

Minster alleyways - have your say

St Marys Church

Published on 11th June 15 in Environment and planning news

On Saturday 13 June 2015, residents are invited to view proposals to improve several alleyways off the High Street.

Sue and Hannah share their stories

Hands together in a group

Published on 10th June 15 in Community and living news

This month, Cheltenham’s volunteers are being celebrated for their work in the community.

Cult and independent brands land at The Wilson Shop

Alessi designer metal fruit bowl

Published on 9th June 15 in Museums and galleries news

The Wilson Shop team have been excitedly unwrapping and displaying an eclectic new range of giftware and unique items for sale in the ground floor shop.

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