Wildlife Trust and Active Together Launch New Nature Play Trail

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County recycling targets missed for last 4 years


 Latest figures show that Gloucestershire is binning more waste than ever but too much is going to landfill. 

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Call for action over shocking levels of deprivation

New figures show big differences across Gloucestershire when it comes to hardship and access to services. 


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Call for new Transport Secretary to confirm commitment to ‘Missing link’

Leader of the County Council Liberal Democrats, Paul Hodgkinson, has today sent an open letter to the newly appointed Secretary of State for Transport, Rt Hon Chris Grayling MP.


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Traffic warden contract should be parked!

Liberal Democrats have criticised the decision to extend Gloucestershire County Council’s parking enforcement contract with APCOA.

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Are you listening, O2?

A Cotswold village has today made a bank holiday protest after weeks of non existent phone coverage.

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End of 'Coxit' welcomed

Today it was announced that the so-called ‘COXIT’ has been abandoned due to a lack of public support and difficulties in merging two councils from different counties.

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Active Together comes to Northleach

A new fitness class has been launched in Northleach.

Cllr Paul Hodgkinson, County Councillor for Bourton and Northleach, provided cash for the ‘Fit for Life’ fitness class at the Westwood Centre through the Council’s Active Together fund to help set up the class in partnership with Northleach Town Council.


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Timetable bid for Air Balloon solution

We’re all painfully aware of the still-present gridlock and accidents at the Air Balloon A417 and many people were pleased when the last Government announced money for a solution at last.


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Massive black hole in Tory pothole funding for Gloucestershire

The county’s Liberal Democrats have blasted local Conservatives for letting down Gloucestershire as figures unveiled in Parliament now show that cash to fix our roads has been slashed.

Parliamentary analysis shows that in Gloucestershire pothole maintenance funding has been cut by £478,000.


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