British armed forces, past, present and future will be honoured with a show of support when flags are raised across the United Kingdom, Channel Islands and Isle of Man from 24 June To help reduce the level of metal thefts in Cheltenham, registered scrap metal dealers have signed up to a new code of good practice for their sales.
Cheltenham residents who are part of the Gloucestershire Green Points — Cheltenham pilot scheme are now able to spend their Green Points on swims at their local leisure centre.
Future services and activities for young people will be the topic of the day when a number of Gloucestershire organisations come together on 13 June. Cheltenham Borough Council is upgrading the parking system in Regent Arcade Multi-Storey Car Park to a new, more flexible system to coincide with improvements to the shopping centre.
A junior badminton coaching club for young people aged 8 to 16 starts on Wednesday 19 January at leisure cheltenham. Over the next few days, all Cheltenham residents will receive a letter through the post telling them about the new, more secure electoral register.
Cheltenham residents, who have not yet returned their electoral registration forms, will get a visit from a canvasser to ensure they are registered. Cheltenham Borough Council is very pleased to announce the winners of its allotment competition.
Members of the public are being invited to give their views on a document that outlines where future housing and employment sites will be located in Gloucester city, and Cheltenham and Tewkesbury. On Thursday 12 July the official launch will take place of the CCTV cameras which have been fitted along part of the Honeybourne line.
A corner of Pittville Park is being turned into a mini wildlife sanctuary thanks to a University of Gloucestershire biosciences student. It has today been revealed that Cheltenham has been selected to host an evening celebration event when the Olympic flame comes to the borough on 23 May Home Office, London Google Scholar.
Pam Thomas of Joyce Brooks, a specialist lingerie shop in Cheltenham, provides a personal insight as to how a local independent trader will cope with the new VAT increase.
More than tonnes of carbon emissions were saved by leisure cheltenham last year, which is the equivalent to taking cars off the road. Leslie Michael Cook of no fixed address was given an Injunction by Gloucester County Court on Friday 20 February for a period of one year because of his anti-social behaviour in Cheltenham.
Bulky plastic, also known as mixed hard plastics recycling, will be returning to the Swindon Road Recycling Centre from 16 June. Live today - Thursday 21 February.