Tetbury COVID-19 News Updates

Page updated: 25th March 2020

The Tetbury Town Council offices are closed to members of the public. This is to protect everyone’s health and help prevent spreading the virus. However, staff are busy maintaining essential services for the residents during this difficult time.

Our Grounds Team will be maintaining a basic grounds service, in full compliance with Government guidance. Please help us to continue this by protecting our grounds team and keeping at least 2 meters distance from them at all times.

Answers to most enquiries can be found on our Website or our pointing you in the right direction webpage:

If you cannot find the information you need please get in touch with the Office Staff or Councillors by email: or call us on 01666 504670 but please bear with us as our capacity to answer telephones is reduced.

Stay Safe,

Tetbury Town Council Team

Statement from Lloyds Bank – Mobile Van Service Suspended.

Our mobile branch service is now suspended for the safety of our customers and colleagues. There are other ways to bank with us during this time, which you can find out about on our website:

Current and Up To Date Information on Covid 19 can be found through the following links:-

Latest news and advice for everyone to be aware of:-

Gloucestershire Community Help Hub
We are conscious that not everyone has local connections so we have created this community help hub to match local people who need help, with others who can provide the help they need.

Gloucestershire County Council

Cotswold District Council

Current advice from the NHS

Latest news from Public Health England (PHE)

Latest news from the Government

Coronavirus Q&A from the World Health Organisation

Latest advice on social distancing/isolation from the Government

Guidance for employees, employers and businesses:
The government has issued updated information on healthcare advice for employers and support for businesses.

Hardship fund:
The government has confirmed a £500 million hardship fund will provide council tax relief for vulnerable households.

Stay safe in these times.

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