Councils 'not winning the battle' against potholes

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Councils are "not winning the battle" against potholes as related vehicle breakdowns between April and June reached a three-year high, a motoring organisation has warned.

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New crossing for Bourton?

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The pedestrian crossing on Station Road by the School in Bourton on the Water is almost 5 years old. Many children cross the road each day and residents have felt safer going across this busy road out of school hours. Now, another crossing is being planned after lobbying from local residents.

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Scouting for success

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Cubs and scouts in the Cotswolds have just benefited from a grant from the County Council.

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The Council's cutting out plastics and here's how

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An albatross unwittingly feeding plastic to their young. A sea turtle hopelessly ensnared in floating debris. The most celebrated and watched programme of 2017 was also the most sobering.

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'Cut your speed' say Bourton residents

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Residents in Bourton are hoping a new road feature will help slow down speeding drivers.

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Thumbs up to Missing Link consultation

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A 6 week consultation has started into 2 options to solve the A417 Missing Link at the Air Balloon.

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Pothole hell

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As the winter drags on, there's one thing you can't avoid on Gloucestershire's roads - potholes.

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Why is new crossing already closed?

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A new zebra crossing in Bourton on the Water has already been closed - and people are asking why.

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New facilities for Bourton primary school

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There's been a £0.754 million cash injection into improving a Cotswold school. 

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'It starts with me'

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Councillors in Gloucestershire are backing a campaign to promote healthy living which starts this week.

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