Following the referendum in June 2016, the UK government has begun the process of leaving the EU. Negotiations are continuing on the future relationship between the UK and the EU. As Brexit moves forward we will update these pages as information becomes available.

Leaving the EU means there will be changes that will affect businesses and individual citizens.

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Get ready for Brexit

Online tool to find out what you or your business will need to do to get ready for Brexit

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EU citizens

Apply for 'settled status' to stay in the UK after it leaves the EU

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Advice for businesses and employers on preparing for Brexit

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Voluntary and community sector

Guidance and resources from the National Council for Voluntary Organisations (NCVO)

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Local authorities

Guidance for local government on preparing for Brexit

EU settlement scheme

The map below shows many of the locations in Cheltenham offering free computer access, scanning facilities, advice or support with EU settlement scheme applications.

book icon Libraries offer free computer access and scanning facilities (you may need to bring your own USB stick). Many libraries also offer help to use a computer, call for details before you visit.
computer iconFree computer access
Information iconAdvice or support with completing your application


Find information about how to apply to the EU settlement scheme (settled and pre-settled status) on GOV.UK.

GOV.UK have also provided translations of the EU settled status guidelines in 26 languages.

Citizen’s Advice Bureau have guidance about staying in Britain after Brexit on their website.