Parks and open spaces news
Published 19th March 2013
Cheltenham Borough Council has planted 52 trees in and around the town during the recent planting season.
Published 14th January 2013
A year long survey recording the variety of birds in two of Cheltenham’s parks has revealed over 50 species in Pittville Park and 35 species in Hatherley Park.
Published 12th November 2012
Although there have been no reported symptoms in the area, we would like to make residents aware of the disease that affects ash trees.
Published 14th September 2012
On Tuesday 18 September, a group of 30 volunteers will start work to clear thick scrub from the Iron Age fort and Roman burial on Leckhampton Hill.
Published 23rd July 2012
Celebrate ‘Love Parks Week’ this week and make the most of the being outdoors by exploring some of Cheltenham’s award winning parks and open spaces.
Published 2nd July 2012
Cheltenham’s residents and businesses are invited to join Cheltenham in Bloom (CIB) in celebrating its thirtieth anniversary by entering their free annual garden competition.
Published 22nd June 2012
On Tuesday 26 June pupils from Cheltenham College Junior School are taking part in a Conservation day on Leckhampton Hill.
Published 16th May 2012
Cheltenham Borough Council and Transition Town Cheltenham are working together to produce an edible garden in the heart of the town for local residents to enjoy.
Published 17th April 2012
Come and join us at our St George’s fun day with a family event to remember.
Published 16th April 2012
Tree lovers can learn more about planting, general arboriculture and tree management issues at a talk on Tuesday 17 April.
Published 20th March 2012
This Friday, as part of the Woodland Trust Jubilee Woods Project, over 100 trees will be planted in Springfields Park.
Published 9th January 2012
Cheltenham Borough Council has provided funding to carry out conservation work at Pilley Bridge Nature Reserve, Old Bath Road , Leckhampton.
Published 1st December 2011
Cheltenham Borough Council staff from the central depot (Swindon Road) were clearing autumn leaves from Pittville Park with help from the community today.
Published 2nd November 2011
The redesign of Imperial Gardens has started following extensive consultations over the summer months by Cheltenham Borough Council.