Menu

Archive | January, 2020

Bus 882..

Gloucestershire County Council (GCC) are currently holding a public consultation for Gloucestershire’s Local Transport Plan (LTP)

Gloucestershire County Council (GCC) are currently holding a public consultation for Gloucestershire’s Local Transport Plan (LTP) The LTP sets the long-term transport strategy for Gloucestershire up to 2041 – this includes bus & train travel, cycle paths etc. The LTP influences how and when people choose to travel so that individual travel choices do not […]

Continue Reading

MAYOR’S REPORT

2019 ended on a high, with lots of festive celebrations in our very special town, I attended many both personally and in my official capacity and these included: Tetbury Dolphins Pantomime – Tetbury is lucky to have such a talented group and thanks must also go to The Lions Club who arranged the usual Wednesday […]

Continue Reading

Gloucestershire County Council Tetbury Traffic Regulation Order – Tetbury Town Council

Tetbury Town Council have submitted a Traffic Regulation Order to GCC at a cost of £10,000 for the following road safety improvements. Tetbury – Proposed Waiting Restrictions This is a review of the parking restrictions in Tetbury town centre. Tetbury Town Council have identified various parking issues and anomalies and this proposed Order aims to […]

Continue Reading
doc00401920200114152328_001

Tetbury Town Council election update

Two candidates have now been announced for the Tetbury Town Council elections which will take place on Thursday 6th February 2020. The Statement of Persons Nominated for Tetbury Town Council has now been published. There are two candidates: David Andrew Creed and Judith Penelope Taylor. A poll will take place on 6 February 2020 and […]

Continue Reading

GLOUCESTERSHIRE CONSTABULARY NEW WEBSITE

Gloucestershire Constabulary has updated its website and has a new link to report crime online: https://www.gloucestershire.police.uk/ro/report/ocr/af/how-to-report-a-crime/ Please use the above link to contact us when reporting a crime. In an emergency please call 999 and you can still use our non-emergency number 101.

Continue Reading