A Scrutiny Hearing - which members of the public are welcome to attend - will take place at 4.30pm on Tuesday 24 April 2018 and questions will be put to the various bodies involved. Anyone interested in attending should contact firstname.lastname@example.org or 01684 272021.
Tewkesbury Borough Council has welcomed a new mayor for 2017/18. Councillor Harry Turbyfield was invested as Mayor of Tewkesbury borough at a ceremony held at Millbrook Academy in Brockworth on the evening of Tuesday 9 May 2017.
You may have noticed that we have replaced our old council website with a fresh new one.
The new site uses modern digital technology that has enabled us to rapidly design the dynamic new look, make it simpler to use and allow it look great on mobile devices. In the process we have managed to reduce the yearly cost of running the website from £13,000 to £170.
Tewkesbury Borough Council is celebrating the launch of its newly transformed website. The dynamic new look and responsive design means it is very simple to use and it looks great on mobile devices too.
Tewkesbury Borough Council has welcomed a new mayor for 2016/17. Councillor Gill Blackwell was invested as Mayor of Tewkesbury Borough at a ceremony held at St Andrews Church in Churchdown on Thursday 12 May 2016.
Help shape council services. Tewkesbury Borough Council is setting up a citizens' panel to give an opportunity for people living in the borough to help influence the way it shapes and delivers its services.
Tewkesbury Borough Council has agreed a budget for 2016/17 which keeps its council tax rate at one of the very lowest in the country. On Thursday 18 February, full council approved a £9.6m budget, which includes increasing council tax by the equivalent of £5 per year for a band D property.