A large area of public open space in Bishop’s Cleeve will be regenerated to help reconnect the community with nature, water and wildlife. The Grangefield Watercourse Restoration project will see the area enhanced with a meandering watercourse, wetland, wild meadows and walkways.
Tewkesbury Borough Council has adopted a charter committing to work with the Motor Neurone Disease Association (MNDA) to help raise awareness with its staff and its partners in order to better support those living with the disease within the borough.
Tewkesbury Borough Council is working in partnership with Tewkesbury Rotary Club and UBICO to plant purple crocuses on council land. The project aims to raise awareness of a campaign to bring an end to Polio.
The council has recognised the communities right to bid on the parcel of land on Lincoln Green Lane (corner by Aldi) . For more information as to what this means please follow this link www.tewkesbury.gov.uk/community-rights
This Saturday 28 October, Tewkesbury's town centre will come alive with an array of delicious food and craft stalls. Located on Tewkesbury High Street from 9am to 5pm, there is set to be lots of mouth-watering treats on offer to try and buy.
We are looking to take a strong stance on dog fouling within the borough and under the Antisocial Behaviour, Crime and Policing Act 2014, we have the power to introduce a public space protection order to help protect our community. Please help us by providing feedback though a short survey.
Following the public consultation session held on Saturday 25 March, Tewkesbury Borough Council is pleased to announce that the favoured play area design for the Vineyards area has been confirmed and work is to begin shortly.
Tewkesbury Borough Council will commemorate Armed Forces Day on Saturday, 24 June with a special flag raising ceremony.The ceremony will take place at the council’s offices on Gloucester Road at 10am on Monday 19 June.